Is T.J. Miller on board for Deadpool sequels and potential spin-offs? Why was the Gambit movie delayed? How did Baron Zemo almost look in Captain America: Civil War? What are the best superhero comic book covers of all time? What will be unique about the Black Panther cast? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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In its second weekend, Captain America: Civil War is still pulling in major cash, pulling in over $940 million worldwide and pushing the Marvel cinematic universe movies over $10 billion. Plenty of Marvel fans are heading back to theaters for the second round and beyond. But if you’ve decided to wait until the movie hits Blu-Ray and DVD later this year, maybe some new Captain America Civil War art will hold you over.
Poster Posse put together a little tribute to the Marvel Studios sequel by having their community put together some awesome artwork featuring Captain America, Iron Man and all the Avengers who have to choose a side in the battle. One of them even includes a Spider-Man influence, which is great since he was largely absent from the poster campaigns.
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If you’ve seen Captain America: Civil War, then you know that Spider-Man takes notice of how Cap’s shield doesn’t really follow the rules of physics. The shield effortlessly bounces off walls and foes and somehow always manages to make it right back into the hands of Steve Rogers. And now one fan has made some of the magic of Captain America’s shield a reality with the use of electromagnets.
Find out how electromagnets help complete a real Captain America shield below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 12th, 2016 by Angie Han
Steve Rogers may be a proud son of Brooklyn, but even he can’t afford a place in his beloved hometown anymore, as he admits in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Or so he assumes. It turns out the since Captain America was never officially relieved of duty after he went under the ice in 1945, he’d be entitled to several decades’ worth of back pay from the U.S. Army — as confirmed by an actual U.S. Army spokesman. Find out how much our government would (theoretically) owe this (fictional) all-American hero below. Read More »
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Now that Captain America: Civil War is in theaters and millions around the world have seen it, we can start digging into the finer details of Marvel Studios first film in Phase Three of their cinematic universe. This was quite the big sequel for the Captain America franchise, so much that it surpassed the entire domestic box office of Captain America: The First Avenger in just three days and nearly doubled the opening weekend of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
But as many have said, this is also like Avengers sequel, and even a better one than Avengers: Age of Ultron. That means it’s chock full of Easter eggs and comic book references, especially for those who read the major Marvel Comics storyline from 10 years ago. A new video runs through a bunch of the Captain America Civil War easter eggs and more, and you can watch it below. Obviously, beware of spoilers. Read More »
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Last year, /Film ranked the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so that means we’re allowed to wait a few more years before we’re due for a full and proper refreshment. But with Captain America: Civil War currently in theaters, we decided we had to rank something. This is the internet and this what you do on the internet.
So we put our heads together and cast top secret votes to determine the greatest superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After winnowing down the list or eligible characters to thirty names (anti-heroes, power-less sidekicks, and villains were ineligible, as was the cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. since almost no one on the crew watches it), we each ranked the heroes in order of preference. Those ranked higher were given a certain number of points. Those ranked lower received fewer points. Any ties were decided by a second round of voting.
And this is what we got. Feel free to express your polite disagreements and passionate opinions in the comments below.
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