Mondo and Marvel go together like Iron Man and metal. Since the earliest films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Austin-based collectable company has been creating beautiful limited-edition posters for the studio’s films. Iron Man 2, Thor, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Hulk and Captain America: The First Avenger are just a few of the posters they’ve made so far. Next month, artist Mike Mitchell is even doing a full show of Marvel portraits. With all that, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier hitting theaters tonight, it’s no surprise they’re releasing a poster for the highly-anticipated sequel.
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After a few days off, Superhero Bits is back! How can you get this exclusive Captain America poster by Dave Perillo? Want to see Cap’s new suit from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron? What new details have been revealed from Guardians of the Galaxy? Is there a new Quicksilver photo from X-Men: Days of Future Past? Do babies play a part in Amazing Spider-Man 2? Will Russell Crowe return for Batman vs. Superman? Could Captain America: The Winter Soldier break $100 million this weekend? Want to see Patton Oswalt in Agents of S.H.I.E.L..D? Will Chadwick Boseman play Black Panther? Read about all this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Monday, March 31st, 2014 by Angie Han
Captain America may be the most American of superheroes — it’s right there in the name — but that doesn’t mean he can’t adapt to other cultures. While audiences around the globe flock to Captain America: The Winter Soldier, they’ll be getting ever-so-slightly different versions of the movie depending on what country they’re watching from. Hit the jump to find out what specific detail has been altered for the Captain America 2 international versions.
UPDATED: Now than Captain America: The Winter Soldier is actually out, Yahoo has a more comprehensive list of Cap’s to-do list for each market. Items that show up in other (non-U.S.) countries include currywurst (Germany), Roberto Benigni (Italy), Daft Punk (France), and Tim Tams (Australia). No matter what country he’s in, though, his curiosity about Thai food remains the same.
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Posted on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 by Angie Han
Many a comic book movie has contemplated the emotional cost of being a superhero. You’re constantly in peril. You regularly have to put your civilian life on hold while you go battle baddies. All your loved ones are at risk of being captured by the enemy at any moment. And it can really sting when the public you’ve worked so hard to save doesn’t seem all that grateful for your help.
But then there’s also the dollar cost of being a superhero. Sure, Steve Rogers may have started out as an middle-class kid from Brooklyn. But super-soldier serums and cutting-edge equipment don’t come cheap, and — since S.H.I.E.L.D. is a government agency — we taxpayers are the ones footing the bill. So how much does having a Captain America cost the U.S., really? After the jump, a video breaks down the total price tag.
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Want to see lots of set photos and videos featuring Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Hawkeye and Ultron himself, from Avengers: Age of Ultron? Where can you find two new posters for Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Is the Green Goblin on a new poster for The Amazing Spider-Man 2? What was Miles Teller‘s Fantastic Four audition like? Was the cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. shocked at happenings in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What is Marvel’s Spiderverse? Read about all this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.
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Posted on Friday, March 21st, 2014 by Angie Han
You, Me and Dupree directors Joe and Anthony Russo seemed like totally unexpected picks when they were tapped to helm Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but by all accounts they’ve exceeded all expectations. So how did they do it? Maybe 16 minutes of Captain America 2 behind-the-scenes material can offer some clues. Check it out after the jump.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a big movie. Big in scope, dense in story, and pivotal to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole. It continues the story of Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), also known as Captain America, as he begins to return to “normal” life after saving the world with some friends in The Avengers. He’s joined by fellow S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), director Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), a soldier turned friend Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and a slew of others including, but not limited to, characters played by Sebastian Stan, Robert Redford, Frank Grillo, Georges St. Pierre, Cobie Smulders and Hayley Atwell. Like I said, it’s a big movie.
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo do a solid job of molding all these moving parts into a story that, for the most part, makes sense. But even when the story gets a little too complicated and the exposition a bit too wordy, it’s quickly saved by its entertaining action and continual narrative twists. Many of these will change everything you thought you knew about the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And I’m not just talking about the two credits scenes. Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a fun, worthy, if slightly bulky entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Posted on Thursday, March 20th, 2014 by Angie Han
When we finally journey back to the galaxy far, far away in 2015, we’ll be doing so on the biggest screens possible. Disney announced today it has officially renewed its long-running deal with IMAX to release several upcoming tentpoles in the jumbo format.
The agreement covers all the films you’d expect, including Star Wars Episode VII, Maleficent, and all the remaining Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 movies. Get the specifics after the jump.
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