Sebastian Stan claims he's getting ghosted by longtime Marvel collaborator and friend Anthony Mackie.
"Captain America: The First Avenger" architects Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely explain how Chris Evans fundamentally changed original conception of Cap and alternate storylines that wound up being cut.
Future "Captain America 4" writer explains why becoming a Black Cap "never became easy" for Sam Wilson.
Despite thinking the action figure resembles Jamie Foxx more than it does himself, Mackie was happy with it and said it’s amazing.
"I'm a Black man carrying the stars and stripes," declares Uncle Sam. Meanwhile, identity of the mysterious Power Broker is revealed.
The new Captain America has blood on his shield in the latest episode of the blockbuster Disney+ series.
Russell says if you didn't have a strong reaction to his Cap, then he "did something wrong." He also reveals which MCU hero he originally auditioned for a decade before appearing in "Falcon and Winter Soldier."
As far as the Marvel Cinematic Universe public knows, only two men have served as Captain America: Steve Rogers and now John Walker. But the second episode of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" lifts the veil on long-held military secret.
Stars Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, director Kari Skogland and executive producer-writer Malcolm Spellman on how latest show fits in the Marvel Universe and the challenge of following "WandaVision."
Bickering super-frenemies reunite in Disney+'s upcoming Marvel series to take on a familiar "Captain America" who's out for revenge.
Jack Kirby’s son, Neal, strongly denounced the rioters’ use of Captain America-inspired imagery, noting the character’s World War II-era origins as a super-soldier against fascism.
EXCLUSIVE: In a move that is sure to rock the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sources tell Deadline that Chris Evans is cleaning the dust off his Captain America attire as he expected reprise the role in the MCU in some form. Still vague if deal as completely closed but insiders say its headed in that direction […]
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"It’s a huge opportunity for me to be part of the Marvel universe, so it’s my job to make sure the Marvel universe is as good as it can be," the actor said.
A viral post claims the 2011 film predicted the coronavirus pandemic based on a still shot from the movie's closing scene. This is false.
Megyn Kelly criticized HBO Max’s decision to temporarily remove "Gone With the Wind" from its library.
Here's your first look at the toymaker's newest superhero sets that remix some of the biggest moments of the MCU. And check out the Iron Man helmet.
"Captain America" star Chris Evans says he is "going to take my foot off the gas" on social media ahead of launching his political website, A Starting Point.
"It was a big thing on my list to get to do a military movie or show or something," the actor says of his family's ties to the military.
Marvel Studios unveiled its most ambitious and diverse phase yet at San Diego Comic-Con.
Captain America himself reacted to President Trump’s tweets, telling several Democratic congresswomen of color to “go back” to where they came from, with the message: "This is racist, Biff."
Evans retweeted a Daily Beast article about a U.S. policy that is stripping citizenship from the children of LGBT Americans, slamming the practice revealed by the report.