The 'Avengers: Infinity War' trailer delivers moments featuring just about everyone involved in the jam-packed proceedings, including Cap engaging in hand-to-hand combat with Thanos.
It might be an alternate-universe storyline, but Peggy Carter will soon don the stars-and-stripes costume and wield the vibranium shield of America’s iconic hero Captain America.
Speaking to USA Today about new film 'Gifted,' Chris Evans again says his future as Captain America after 2019 is up to Marvel, but 'nothing lasts forever'
Captain America was introduced to comic book readers in 1940. A creation of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, he was created in response to the Nazi uprising, according to Simon’s daughter, Melissa Groben. “Captain America was created while the Jews were being killed off in Europe, and my father, being Jewish, and Jack, being Jewish, were enraged that America was not over there with our military strength,” Groben told the Hollywood Reporter.
What, no fireplace? No worries! Marvel will lend you some of its most popular characters’ hearths and homes, at least in a virtual sense. Now at Marvel’s official YouTube page, you’ll find 10 new hourlong fireside videos to help you imagine what it’s like at holiday time in the abodes of Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Ms. Marvel. Guardians of the Galaxy’s toddler tree-man is the only Marvel character who actually appears in these clips.
2016 marks the 75th year of Marvel hero Captain America. To commemorate this milestone, a 13-foot bronze statue of the Avenger was created. As Yahoo Movies reported back in July, it was unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con but now it’s residing in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York. Why Brooklyn?
Infographic shows the most action for Captain America, Iron Man, and the Winter Soldier, while Black Widow jumped into the fewest altercations
During the MTV Movie Awards, "Captain America" star Chris Evans was on hand to debut some new footage from Marvel’s latest movie, "Captain America: Civil War."
The upcoming Justice League: Part One has added Oscar winner J.K. Simmons to its cast as Batman’s ally, a possibly-retired Commissioner Jim Gordon. Simmons, replacing Gary Oldman in the role, is no stranger to comic book movies - he played Jean Grey in X-Men. Kidding.