In July of 2013 I took a short trip to Marvel Studios in Manhattan Beach to visit the Captain America: The Winter Soldier set. While on the studio lot, I got a chance to chat with the cast and crew; I learned some of the secrets of the movie and about the making of the film. After the jump you will read over 40 things I learned during my visit to the Captain America: The Winter Soldier set. Marvel has also provided us with some photos to premiere from the production. And elsewhere on /Film, you can read full transcripts of our roundtable interviews with the actors, writers and directors.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier is still about a month away, but you can watch a full scene from it right now.
Marvel has released a 4 minute clip from the beginning of the movie which shows Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) storming a hijacked cargo ship. You’ll also see Brock Rumlow (Frank Grillo) and Georges Batroc (Georges St. Pierre). It’s about 3 minutes of sequential footage ending with a minute-long montage and it’s all awesome. Check it out below. Read More »
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These X-Men Days of Future Past posters highlight one thing: the film is one of the biggest and most varied wild cards of the upcoming summer movie season. Normally, any X-Men movie would be a home run, but director Bryan Singer has really swung for the fences this time, attempting to link the new “First Class” continuity with the original storyline in a massive multiple-timeline action film featuring several dozen mutants, some at two different ages.
It’s a gamble. As we get closer to the May 23 release, you’ll read much more about the film. Russ was on set, I recently saw footage in Singer’s edit bay, and we’ll start to see more footage. But one thing is for certain – the film offers a myriad of options for artistic exploration. All those mutants; all those timelines; all those actors; it’s a cornucopia of comic book inspiration.
Which brings us back to these X-Men Days of Future Past posters. One site has been recruiting talented artists and fans to make posters for the film. Below, you can see a selection of our favorites. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, March 4th, 2014 by Angie Han
With exactly one month to go until the release date, Marvel has unveiled a new Captain America: The Winter Soldier TV spot that’s chock full of fresh footage. And while it’s not like the earlier ads were stingy with the action, this 60-second promo may be the most adrenaline-pumping one yet.
The focus this time is on the Winter Soldier of the title (Sebastian Stan), specifically the amount of death and destruction he’s rained down on the world. Falcon (Anthony Mackie) gets a good chunk of screentime as well. Watch the video after the jump.
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