After playing The Human Torch and Captain America, Chris Evans will play another Disney Property hero. Chris Evan just announced on his Twitter and Instagram account that he will be Playing Buzz Lightyear. Sure it will be a lot of pressure because Tim Allen made this character iconic. He won’t
When Captain America throws his mighty shield, all those who stand for evil must yield. And when Captain America wears his mighty hoodie, all those who stand for evil must boogie. Merchoid, mighty manufacturers of superhero merchandise, have created the Captain America: I Could Wear This All Day Premium Hoodie
Although Marvel is heading towards another big movie success with Avengers Infinity War, the countdown has also begun for a major departure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Mainly, Chris Evans will be leaving the role of Captain America. Once Avengers 4 airs, he will be done with the role. Evans
The current state of Marvel Comics universe is anything but stable or sane. Currently, Captain America, Steve Rogers, has been brainwashed into thinking he’s a Hydra sleeper agent, and has not only taken over Hydra, he’s taken over all of America via his “Secret Empire”. And he’s fully committed to
Marvel pulled a big move when they “revealed” that Captain America was a sleeper agent for Hydra. Now in truth, his history was changed via a Cosmic Cube to make him think that, but he didn’t know that. Then, through the last few months, Steve Rogers has been building an
When it comes to the superhero movie universes of DC Comics and Marvel, there’s an underlying question that must get asked, “How long are they under contract for?” This goes especially for Marvel who has a further developed universe, and with numerous hits, it’s going to last for a while.
One of the things that made Civil War so memorable in the comics was that death was evident throughout the story. It was the death of civilians (caused unintentionally by heroes) that started the Superhero Registration Act. Then, it was the death of the hero Goliath (by a clone of
At the end of the Civil War movie, Iron Man demanded that Captain America, Steve Rogers, leave his iconic shield behind because it “didn’t belong to him”. And, he did. Also at the end of the film, he let Tony Stark know that when he needed him and his other
Part of the appeal of Captain America: Civil War, for both the comic and the movie is the thought and idea of having numerous heroes together in one place duking it out. For the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this had to be a little more focused, but as the Russo Brothers
Captain America: Civil War was already a pretty packed film. Not only did it bring back many of the Avengers and the Winter Soldier, but it introduced new characters like Black Panther, Spider-Man, and Zemo. As such, with all of these characters running and flying around, there were a lot
Disney have changed their release schedule, revealing that they have dropped the two-part Infinity War Avengers movies, instead choosing to have just one film concentrating on that story and the other being a standalone entry. The change in the schedule that was mad elate on Friday night shows that Avengers:
In honor of 75 years of comic book service, Marvel has unveiled a massive statue honoring Captain America. You can see the unveiling, and a detailed explanation of the statue via the video below.