You’ll be able to see the new trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger this evening (it hits at 7:30 EST) but for now we’ve got a new poster that puts the heroic profile of star Chris Evans front and center. Advance word on the film, by way of a long-lead press screening or two, is very very good, and the movie is really starting to look like the summer action picture to beat. That new trailer will probably give us a better idea of what to expect. While you wait, check out the new poster below. Read More »
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Paramount has released four new images from or related to Captain America: The First Avenger. Two are behind the scenes shots, one of which shows the very cool set built to house the workings of the Super Soldier program that creates Captain America. The other two are production stills showing Haley Atwell as Peggy Carter and Chris Evans as Cap. Check ‘em all out after the break. Read More »
Terry George, who wrote and directed Hotel Rwanda and Reservation Road and wrote In the Name of the Father, has roped in Brendan Fraser to star in the comedy heist film Whole Lotta Sole. The film is written by Mr. George and Thomas Gallagher, and follows “a young man robbing a fish shop in order to pay off a gambling debt; the heist goes terribly — and humorously — awry when it turns into a hostage situation.” Yep: robbing a fish shop.
Brendan Fraser is not the young man; he’s the shopkeeper. (But he is trying to elude his father in law, a gangster.) He can be a solid actor, when not being called upon to mug and grimace in family adventures. No idea how this one will turn out, but we’ll keep a lookout for the actors chosen to play the robber and gangster father in law. [Variety]
After the break, Clifton Collins, Jr. faces the supernatural and Hayley Atwell books an odd gig. Read More »
Marvel Entertainment has released a new batch of photos from Joe Johnston‘s big screen adaptation of Captain America: The First Avenger. Some of these photos have appeared in magazines (which may have appeared scanned online), but others are completely new. All of them are high resolution. Hit the jump to see all seven of the new photos right now.
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The internet is still buzzing after seeing our first glimpse of actual footage from Captain America: The First Avenger during the Super Bowl on Sunday and as we now anxiously await a full trailer, more high resolution photos have surfaced. These are from the recent issue of Empire, which we posted a glimpse of last week. We’ve already seen a few of these images, such as the first look at Captain America’s sidekick Bucky and the Red Skull with the Cosmic Cube, but there are tons of new photos including Tommy Lee Jones, Natalie Dormer, Hayley Atwell and the full, up close and personal version of the suit, which you can see a sliver of above. Check them all out after the jump. Read More »
Update: High resolution uncropped versions of these photos are now online – click here to see them.
This morning we saw the new cover for Entertainment Weekly, which had the first photo of Chris Evans in the hero suit for Captain America: The First Avenger. Now the rest of the photos from within the issue have appeared online, and they show some great stuff. Check ‘em out after the break. Read More »
Joe Johnston is directing Captain America: The First Avenger right now in Manchester, and to say that the Manchester locations are not closed sets would be something of an understatement. Two days ago we saw a video walkthrough of the dressed streets, and there has been a steady stream of photos showing a car chase, explosions and more shooting.
Now we’ve got the first photos and video of Chris Evans at work (not in the Captain America costume, however) and of Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter. Read More »
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There was a rumor a couple of weeks back that Tommy Lee Jones would have at least a small part in Captain America: The First Avenger. Now an interview with actress Hayley Atwell, who plays Peggy Carter in the film, has confirmed Jones’ appearance. Read More »