Captain America

Captain America Captain America: The First Avenger was released on July 22, 2011 from Marvel Studios and distributed by Paramount. Rated PG-13

Based on the popular Marvel Comics character Captain America. It is the fifth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film was directed by Joe Johnston, written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, and stars Chris Evans, Tommy Lee Jones, Hugo Weaving, Hayley Atwell, Sebastian Stan, Dominic Cooper, Neal McDonough, Derek Luke, and Stanley Tucci. Set during World War II, the film tells the story of Steve Rogers, a sickly man from Brooklyn who is transformed into super soldier Captain America to aid in the war effort. Captain America must stop the Red Skull -- Adolf Hitler's ruthless head of weaponry, and the leader of a mysterious organization that intends to use a device called a tesseract as an energy-source for world domination.
There's been a lot of talk about the 'superhero genre' lately, not least due to Steven Spielberg's thoughts about it eventually going "the way of the western". Kevin Feige recently touched on those comments, and addressed that (largely overblown) Zack Snyder 'flavor-of-the-week' remark. - Minty
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Throughout fiction, there are countless super-powered role models that offer inspiring characteristics for audiences to look up to. Perhaps the greatest of these is Captain America, a patriotic hero who always has something to say. Hit the jump to check out 5 of his best moments. - GliderMan
Most of us on this website love Marvel movies. However we are all aware that they aren’t perfect. Therefore here is a five part miniseries of a comedic look on the many problems of the marvel movies. - AvatarTarSauce
Iron Man 3 seemingly brought that franchise to an end for the time being, and it now appears as if Captain America: Civil War will be bringing down the curtain on Steve Rogers' solo adventures too. Is he making it into Infinity War alive? Hit the jump for details... - JoshWilding
During a recent panel at the Edmonton Comic Expo, the legend Stan Lee spoke on the upcoming Captain America: Civil War film, and revealed the hero he's siding with! So, is it the billionaire Tony Stark, or the Super Soldier Steve Rogers? Hit the jump to find your answer... - NightWatcher
Recently, Sebastian Stan didn't sound too enthused about taking over as Captain America, but his tune now appears to have changed! You can find details on that after the jump along with insight from the actor on Bucky's past and how that's informed his performance... - JoshWilding
There was a time when only Bucky was the next logical choice to become Captain America, but with Falcon now taking that role in the comics, Anthony Mackie explains why neither should replace Steve Rogers after Civil War. He also talks about being beaten up by Ant-Man... - JoshWilding
Chris Evans appeared at the Salt Lake Comic Con today and spilled the beans on Captain America: Civil War, confirming that the Accords are what leads to the dive between Steve and Iron Man, as well as revealing why we may just end up siding with the Armored Avenger over him... - JoshWilding
Mark Millar wrote the comic book series that Captain America: Civil War is based on, and he talks in detail here about just how important secret identities are to the series, who should be portrayed as the villain, and whether the movie actually needs Spider-Man to unmask... - JoshWilding
As we are yet to experience and see more shows and films based on DC and Marvel Comics in 2016 and 2017, there are major priorities that we need to agree on that also need be accomplished so that we can also make it through this era of irritating setbacks of lies, twists, selfishness, and unreasonability and we need to make sure that the people developing these films and shows do not make any proplems so please read the article to find out what we need the people of Marvel Studios and Warner Bros need to do and make sure happens. - PredatorRIsing
Ahead of the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron on DVD and Blu-ray in North America, Marvel has put together a very interesting promo image which indicates that the rift caused by James Spader's robotic villain in the sequel could be the spark that ignites Civil War in the MCU... - JoshWilding
Revealing how filming Captain America: Civil War was different, or "more fun," than Avengers: Age of Ultron, Paul Bettany discusses returning as the Vision, offers praise for the Russo brothers, and explains how gets into the head space of his synthetic humanoid character. - DCMarvelFreshman
A reportedly updated trailer for Marvel's Captain America: Civil War was screened at the Asia Pop ComicCon earlier today and we now have a few rough descriptions of what may or may not have been shown. Proceed with caution and come check it out! Potential spoilers! - KingPatel
Sebastian Stan had a LOT to say about Captain America: Civil War in a recent interview. He teased Bucky's expanded role, elaborated on Ant-Man's post-credits scene, defended the movie from claims it's 'too crowded,' and made a retort to Zack Snyder's 'flavor-of-the-week' comments. - Minty
Revealing whether or not she would be up for a standalone movie about the Scarlet Witch, actress Elizabeth Olsen talks more about how Captain America: Civil War is "dark and fun" and what she knows about the two-part Avengers: Infinity War. Check it out after the jump! - DCMarvelFreshman
A couple of new tidbits relating to the Webhead's role in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War for you here. It seems that when we're first introduced to Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in the movie, he'll have had a few swings around the city under his belt already... - RorMachine
Captain America: Civil War star Sebastian Stan talks here about finding out his Marvel Cinematic Universe future from Kevin Feige, and the Marvel Studios President's surprising reaction to visiting the movie's set. He also weighs in on that Ant-Man after-credits scene... - JoshWilding
After learning from actress Elizabeth Olsen and from other confirmed sources, it is revealed that the reason Marvel was purposely lacking promotions of her character Scarlet Witch in the Captain America Civil War was all because of rights issues from Fox and that her character is said to be the film's "Wild Card", that would explain why the studio's artists purposely did not include her in the Team Captain America promo arts but also with Spider-Man's rights still owned by Sony and is also not seen in the Team Iron Man promo arts, does this mean Tom Holland's Spider-Man is a "Wild Card" too? Well either way, both Olsen and Holland's need to survive the fights in Captain America Civil War and all the information in this article explains why and on how their roles as "Wild Cards" would work. - PredatorRIsing
Sam Wilson's tenture as the Star-Spangled Avenger has been a breakneck ride so far, facing a world-shattering HYDRA plot and the Incursion, but it doesn't look like things are slowing down when the All-New, All-Different Marvel U arrives. Read a preview of his newest series now! - staypuffed
Before we all get a chance to see the first official teaser trailer for Captain America: Civil War, it seems another lucky group of people will be able to see footage from the Marvel threequel, this time at a convention in the Philippines. Check out details after the jump! - DCMarvelFreshman
The Comic Book Show gives you your weekly fix of comic book news, review, previews, and discussion. Hosts Jen, Matt, Wes, Ben, and Lucas welcome Groot and Jimmy Kimmel Live writer Jeff Loveness and discuss what would happen if Groot fought Poison Ivy. What happens? Find out after the jump... - DangerRoom
Sebastian Stan talks here about the possibility of Bucky taking over as Captain America as he did after the Civil War comic book, and drops some very interesting hints about the "brutal" fight sequences we should look forward to seeing in the highly anticipated 2016 movie... - JoshWilding
Why didn't we see Scarlet Witch in that "Team Cap" and "Team Iron Man" Captain America: Civil War promo art a few weeks back? Well, Elizabeth Olsen weighs in on that here and shares some details on how the character's powers have developed since Avengers: Age of Ultron... - JoshWilding
It seems like Captain America: Civil War is going to be all about choosing sides, and in this new piece of promo art for the movie, we get to see "Team Cap" assembled as Steve Rogers, The Winter Soldier, The Falcon, Ant-Man, and Agent 13 head into action. Check it out! - JoshWilding