Scarlett Johansson has two new movies out this weekend: Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Under the Skin. For this special occasion, we're out to find out the actress' best movie yet.
Marvel's star-spangled Avenger returns in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, so here’s a primer on everything you need to know about the story so far…
Catch up on all of today's big movie news, including Ghostbusters 3 buzz.
Dominican actress Dania Ramirez stars in her first leading role in David Koepp's Premium Rush alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt as aggressive bike messengers trying to get from point A to point B by dodging speeding cars, New York City pedestrians and crazy taxi drivers.
Since Marvel's hiring of brothers Anthony and Joe Russo to helm the Captain America sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we haven't heard much from the duo. Anthony spoke with Huffington Post about the upcoming Marvel film, touching on topics ranging from tone, story arc, character development and more.
Amongst the many superhero movies flooding the cineplex, something is a little more super about Captain America: The First Avenger. Steve Rogers stands up to bullies, puts others' needs before his own, and doesn't curse. Do you think children are more likely to curse if they hear it in films?
In honor of the release of Captain America: The First Avenger, Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s collectible art boutique, has released a whopping six separate posters, marking their largest release yet for one movie. Three artists created two posters each: Tyler Stout, Eric Tan and Olly Moss. All will be on sale to the general public soon.
Last week a new, longer trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger was shown to the attendees of the Hero Complex Film Festival, but don't worry if you missed it. There's no need to curse the sky and build a time machine, just click the big box below to watch a digitally shrunken Chris Evans turn into a super soldier and kick a bunch of Nazi ass.
New images for Captain America: The First Avenger and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter have hit the web. Plus an update on Terrence Malick's super, super secret romance movie from Rachel McAdams.
It’s all about sequels these days, and if you thought Marvel would launch two new franchises this year (Thor and Captain America) without counting on continuing them with new adventures in the coming years, then you don’t know Marvel … or Hollywood. The Avengers will hit theaters in 2012, and Iron Man 3 is already in the works for 2013.
The full-length trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger has finally arrived online. Meanwhile, new names are starting to pop up now that Viggo Mortensen is no longer attached to Zack Snyder's Superman reboot. Also, check out this real-life Eye of Sauron!
The new heavily-anticipated Captain America trailer is set to unleash a whole batch of awesomeness on these here internets at some point tomorrow (and in theaters this weekend), but Entertainment Tonight premiered a good chunk of the trailer on their show last night, which you can now watch...
Oy! After Variety announced to the world that Joseph Gordon-Levitt was playing Alberto Falcone (aka The Holiday Killer) in The Dark Knight Rises, Entertainment Weekly has stepped forward claiming that news is false, according to their inside source. So what’s the real truth? Unfortunately no one knows at this point, though I’m leaning toward...
Though most of the geek world would literally murder Christopher Nolan if he included the character of Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises without showing her transformation into Catwoman, we all still needed some sort of confirmation that Anne Hathaway was indeed going to be Catwoman in the film in order to calm our worst fears. Plus the Grease video with Hathaway and Franco that didn't make it into the Oscars telecast and waiting for a new Captain America trailer.
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