You know that awesome (crowded) new poster that Marvel released to tease Avengers: Age of Ultron?
The one that featured all our returning faves, including Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson, who’s been in self-imposed exile; and newcomers Vision (Paul Bettany) — backlit by the sun; and the twins Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) in the upper right? That one?
Well, it turns out there’s yet another character on this poster. There is, in fact, an extra character hidden in plain sight: The text block on the one-sheet lists Anthony Mackie — which means the Falcon will at least make a cameo!
After losing the Super Soldier Serum that gave him his powers and vitality, Steve Rogers rapidly aged and was forced to surrender the role of Captain America. But his on-again, off-again super sidekick Sam Wilson (a.k.a. the Falcon) is picking up the shield in October’s Captain America #35, and will headline a new ongoing series, All-New Captain America, launching this fall.
Writer Rick Remender (along with artist Stuart Immonen) promised Marvel.com an exciting new status quo:
This is the fireworks factory we’re arriving at, and now everything’s going to blow up and be very pretty and exciting to look at. I think that it’s important with these stories to do things that are natural and make sense and have an inherent logic to the universe, but are also constantly shifting and exciting, keeping the drama high. In order to do that it really comes down to creating new dynamics.
ComingSoon.Net had unveiled six stylized character posters for the upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Based on previously released designs, these new versions feature a powerful deep red color motif. To me they resemble a mashup of Cap and Sin City. The actual posters themselves can be seen in person at the Hollywood Arclight if you happen to be in Los Angeles.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens Aril 4.
We’re less than a month away from the April 4 opening day for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and anticipation is building.
Marvel Studios has released a poster of The Winter Soldier and a new one of Cap that looks a lot more like a comic book cover than the previous images — well, except for Chris Evans not wearing his Cap mask! In his own comic book and in Avengers, Captain America never goes into battle without his mask, But it’s always different in the movies: The studios all want to see the face of the actor they hired to wear the costume.
Take a look at this great new trailer (the third) that features more new footage — including the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) in battle, Cap vs. the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), and more on that amazing helicarrier crash!
Yes, it’s true, Marvel Studios has released another batch of photos to promote Captain America: The Winter Soldier. For those of you haven’t heard, this is the sequel to 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger, and it opens April 4.
The Winter Soldier
Cap springs into action!
Cap defends himself.
Cap and Widow
Teaser images are great, but let’s hope that the studio doesn’t release so many images that someone is able to piece together the movie, fumetti-style, photo by photo, before opening night!
I don’t think there was any doubt that the Captain America: The Winter Soldier Super Bowl trailer lived up to the hype — and matched the high standard set by the first Cap clip.
CA:TWS made you forget there were trailers for other movies. Relive the glory:
Look for Cap, Widow, Falcon and all their friends on April 4.
I found a handful of teaser images from Captain America: The Winter Soldier that I hadn’t shared yet, so here they are:
Cap and the Falcon leap into action!
Next time, send more men!
Jet vs. Cap
A helicarrier takes off!
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo
Look for CA:TWS in theaters April 4.
Following the release earlier this week of the most majestic (and ass-kicking) teaser poster of 2013, we at last get a glimpse into the sequel to 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger in spring’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier. I really like this clip because it seems to give a taste of what the movie will be like overall: Some character banter, some politics and a whole lot of jaw-dropping action. What I’m excited about is the film seems to treat Cap (Chris Evans) with the reverence he deserves.
It looks like the Black Widow will have a more significant role than originally rumored — but who’s going to complain about more Scarlett Johansson? We also got a glimpse of Anthony Mackie as both Sam Wilson and the Falcon in action! Of course Sam Jackson is Sam Jackson, but Robert Redford appears to fit right in as Alexander Pierce, the head of S.H.I.E.L.D.
I get more and more psyched for this movie the closer we get to April 2014.
Is it just me, or does anyone else think the Captain America sequel is getting more than a bit crowded? The latest synopsis of Captain America: The Winter Soldier teases a big role for Black Widow, and combining that with lots of Nick Fury and introducing the Falcon and new baddie the Winter Soldier — so where does Cap himself fit in?
Samuel L. Jackson recently had this to say about his character, Nick Fury:
“You see Nick Fury the office guy, him going about the day-to-day work of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the politics as opposed to that other stuff. It’s great to have him dealing with Captain America in terms of being able to speak to him soldier to soldier and try to explain to him how the world has changed in another way while he was frozen in time. Some of the people who used to be our enemies are now our allies — him trying to figure out, “Well, how do we trust those guys?” or “How do we trust the guys that you didn’t trust who don’t trust you? And explaining to him that the black and white of good guys/bad guys has now turned into this gray area. Nick lies to him all the time, too. But he’s trying to help him navigate the waters of the new sharks that he doesn’t know anything about.”
Of course, all this mental stuff could be going on inside Fury’s head and all we’ll see onscreen is one interaction with Cap. But then again, probably not.