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Since Phase 3 is set, we won't be getting a stand-alone Black Panther movie, but we might actually see him in Captain America 3. He might play a super major role in starting the Civil War...
This week TWP team break down news of Civil War making it's way to the big screen, DC and Warner Bros. new line-up including The Flash and Suicide Squad plus Doctor Strange casting news. Plus we discuss your who would win superhero scenarios.
Recent revelations concerning Marvel adapting the popular Civil War story arc (still unconfirmed) have excited both comic and movie fans alike. Hit the jump for three reasons pitting Captain America and Iron Man against each other is a great movie for the MCU.
We had yet to hear from the Iron Man star about reprising his Avengers: Age of Ultron role in Captain America 3, but now Robert Downey Jr. has briefly commented. Check it out after the jump!
As opposed to writing out new theories all the time, I'll now be adding to it via these installations. In this one, I'll be looking at just what may be panning out in Captain America and Avengers 3 and all that Civil War business.
This November, the hero formerly known as the Falcon soars once more, recharged, reborn and reinvigorated in All-New Captain America #1 from the creative time of Rick Remender (Uncanny Avengers) and Stuart Immonen (All-New X-Men). Hit the jump for a first look at the issue!
Captain America 3 will not only include Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man once more, but will adapt themes from the famous 2006 story arc titles "Civil War". Some fans are excited, some are outraged. I'm extremely excited and thoughts and ideas have been bouncing around in my head since I read the article. This is where I dump them all out.
An alternate time. An alternate world. Steve Rogers is a man who is willing to do anything to fight for a just cause. However, his frail form inhibits his ability to be the hero he is on the inside. Modified by a secret program, Steve is transformed into Captain America, a symbol of hope who must lead the forces of freedom in a desperate struggle against the villainous Hydra.
In an overlooked interview from last month, directors Joe and Anthony Russo respond to suggestions that Captain America 3 will adapt the Civil War storyline, which has since turned out to be true.
A huge piece of news landed last night when it was revealed that Robert Downey Jr. has joined the cast of Captain America 3 to kick off a big screen adaptation of Civil War. With 2016 now set to feature Captain America v Iron Man AND Batman v Superman, we have to ask...which excites more?
With the recent news from Variety that we were getting a Captain America movie with Robert Downey Jr., I thought I would take this opportunity to ask what you would like to see in a Civil War influenced storyline for Cap's third installment.
Who might be directing Avengers 3? Who will make up the new team that Cap will lead at the end of Age of Ultron? And how big of a role will Tony Stark have in Cap 3? The answers & more after the jump
That's right! In a HUGE piece of news, it has been revealed this evening that Captain America 3 will pit Captain America (Chris Evans) against Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) as the two butt heads over the Superhuman Registration Act in an adaptation of Civil War. Read on for details!
Sam Wilson, the all-new Captain America, is set to lead a team of super-powered people as part of Avengers & X-Men: AXIS next month, so hit the jump to check out a textless preview of Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #1.
Two from Marvel Studios, one from Fox and another from Sony. Marvel superheroes dominated theaters this year, but which was your favorite? Captain America: The Winter Soldier, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 or Guardians of the Galaxy?
Well, Steve's not really going anywhere, but next week's Captain America #25 will see Sam Wilson, aka the Falcon, prepare to the take on the mantle and become the All-New Captain America! Hit the jump to preview the final issue in the series.
An alternate time. An alternate world. Steve Rogers is a man who is willing to do anything to fight for a just cause. However, his frail form inhibits his ability to be the hero he is on the inside. Modified by a secret program, Steve is transformed into Captain America, a symbol of hope who must lead the forces of freedom in a desperate struggle against the villainous Hydra.
Upon Watching Captain America: The Winter Soldier again, I couldn't help but notice... Captain America is ALWAYS trying to die for his cause, even when it's not necessary.
Jeremy Renner (Avengers: Age of Ultron) reveals why he doesn't believe Hawkeye needs his own movie and that he has little interest in making one happen. The actor does however seemingly confirm that Clint Barton will be in 2016's Captain America 3! Hit the jump for details.
While almost everyone loved Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it looks like the folks over at CinemaSins weren't the biggest fans. They've just released the latest installment in their "Everything Wrong With" series where they've gathered over 20 minutes worth of sins. Come check it out!
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