On Saturday, Joe Johnston and his crew took to the streets of New York City to shoot a scene with Chris Evans and another actor for Captain America: The First Avenger. The shoot appears to be from the end or epilogue of the film — we know that Captain America climaxes with Cap being frozen, and that he’ll be thawed in the ‘current’ timeline to prepare him for The Avengers. (Which starts shooting today.) This shoot would seem to be part of the sequence that sets Cap up for inclusion in the Avengers, as you’ll see from the other participant in the scene. Spoilers — not particularly surprising ones, mind you — follow. 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 »

UPDATE: Marvel has released a large new photo of Cap; you can find that after the break, too.

We’ll be seeing a new Captain America trailer very soon, and last night Entertainment Tonight presented a few clips of new footage. There’s not a lot here, but if you look closely you can see the first shot of Captain America throwing his shield. Check the clip after the break. Read More »

Update: Paramount Pictures/Marvel Entertainment have provided us with a super high resolution file of the new Red Skull photo. Hit the jump to see the image in high res!

One of the big questions about Joe Johnston‘s Captain America: The First Avenger was concerned with how Hugo Weaving would look in makeup as villain The Red Skull. The Super Bowl commercial for the film answered that question definitively: pretty damn good. And now, in advance of the new trailer that will hit this week, we have a new image that gives the best look to date at the Red Skull. It is after the break, in much better quality. Read More »

The man who put the music behind Marty McFly and Forrest Gump is going to tackle Steve Rodgers. Alan Silvestri, who wrote such iconic scores as Back to the Future, Contact, Forrest Gump and Predator, has been tapped to write the score for Captain America: The First Avenger, directed by Joe Johnston and starring Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Stanley Tucci and Hayley Atwell.

Also, rumor has it that a full trailer for the film will (finally) premiere this week. Read more after the jump. Read More »

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 »

Alan Menken has won eight Oscars, mostly for his work on such Disney classics as The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Pocahontas. He’s both a composer and songwriter who is synonymous with upbeat, happy music that’s fun for the whole family. Now that Disney owns Marvel, it seems they’ve imported their Oscar-winner to help with one of their upcoming comic book movies, Captain America: The First Avenger. According to Badass Digest, Menken is writing a song, or songs, for the film that will most likely be used when Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is sent out on a USO tour. Read more after the break. Read More »

‘Captain America’ Super Bowl Commercial

Here’s the Super Bowl commercial for Captain America: The First Avenger, which also happens to be the first footage from the film that has been shown to the public at large. And you know what? It looks terrific. Check out the 30 second spot after the break. Read More »

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