Articles about Captain America: The First Avenger

Kevin Feige, Marvel's Superhero at Running Movie Franchises
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An in-depth article about Kevin Feige and how he turned Marvel from a forgotten comic book publisher into a $5 billion acquisition for Disney.
Added by on 4/17/14
22 Things We Learned From the 'Captain America: The First Avenger' Commentary
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Captain America: The First Avenger is probably the best of Marvel's Phase One films. I say "probably" to allow for nostalgia for Iron Man and the abundance of fun that is The Avengers, but re-watches have shown The First Avenger to be the least problematic and most affecting of the bunch. Its high entertainment value doesn't hurt either.

The sequel, The Winter Soldier, hits theaters this Friday, and according to at least one very reputable source it may just be the best Marvel film yet. We're spending the week exploring all things Captain America so there's no better time than now to take a listen to director Joe Johnston's commentary for The First Avenger. He's joined by the film's editor and director of photography, and together they discuss the production, the cast and crew, and the moments they love as film fans.
Added by on 4/5/14
13 Great Patriotic Films for Independence Day
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Colonize your Fourth of July weekend movie marathon with 13 films that will make you sing, "America (F**k Yeah)!"
Added by on 7/3/13
Look Out for the Falling Debris and Sparks
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Hollywood's current movie poster trend: "Hero Stands, Weapon In Hand, Before a Cloudy Background, With Flying Debris, and Sparks"
Added by on 12/6/12
Toby Jones on playing Alfred Hitchcock and improvising with Danny McBride
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At a glance, Toby Jones wouldn't seem to be someone destined for a filmography filled with big-budget blockbusters, but between his unique look and formidable acting ability, he has secured roles in the Harry Potter franchise, Captain America, and The Hunger Games. Also, Jones has carved himself a niche as a go-to guy for biopics. He talks about all those roles here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 10/22/12
This is What An Assembly Looks Like, Apparently
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A @whatculture list of "ridiculous" movie title changes (often from one country to another), such as the UK title "Avengers Assemble"
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 9/6/12
It's not nice to call a superhero a "unitard"
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Movies that would once have been treated as nothing more than commercial entertainment products are now given serious consideration as artistic achievements. Because they can be both at the same time.
Added by on 7/2/12
A is for Alien. B is for Batman.
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Designer René Mambembe out of Nantes, France created this lovely alphabet of superheroes and famous characters using Helvetica. Some are available as prints. Nice. via@denveregotist
Source: www.behance.net
Added by on 5/24/12
'Avengers' timeline: Nick Fury's busy week
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Marvel released a timeline that details the chronologies of all six "Avengers" movies.
Source: popwatch.ew.com
Added by on 5/17/12
Yes, But What of Hawkeye?
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Marvel went and issued an official "cinematic universe timeline," just to clear up any wondering if they were making it all up
Added by on 5/16/12
Kevin Feige, Marvel's Superhero at Running Movie Franchises
Interesting
An in-depth article about Kevin Feige and how he turned Marvel from a forgotten comic book publisher into a $5 billion acquisition for Disney.
Added by on 4/17/14
Yes, But What of Hawkeye?
Interesting
Marvel went and issued an official "cinematic universe timeline," just to clear up any wondering if they were making it all up
Added by on 5/16/12
Toby Jones on playing Alfred Hitchcock and improvising with Danny McBride
Interesting
At a glance, Toby Jones wouldn't seem to be someone destined for a filmography filled with big-budget blockbusters, but between his unique look and formidable acting ability, he has secured roles in the Harry Potter franchise, Captain America, and The Hunger Games. Also, Jones has carved himself a niche as a go-to guy for biopics. He talks about all those roles here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 10/22/12
13 Great Patriotic Films for Independence Day
Interesting
Colonize your Fourth of July weekend movie marathon with 13 films that will make you sing, "America (F**k Yeah)!"
Added by on 7/3/13
Look Out for the Falling Debris and Sparks
Interesting
Hollywood's current movie poster trend: "Hero Stands, Weapon In Hand, Before a Cloudy Background, With Flying Debris, and Sparks"
Added by on 12/6/12
This is What An Assembly Looks Like, Apparently
Interesting
A @whatculture list of "ridiculous" movie title changes (often from one country to another), such as the UK title "Avengers Assemble"
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 9/6/12
It's not nice to call a superhero a "unitard"
Interesting
Movies that would once have been treated as nothing more than commercial entertainment products are now given serious consideration as artistic achievements. Because they can be both at the same time.
Added by on 7/2/12
A is for Alien. B is for Batman.
Interesting
Designer René Mambembe out of Nantes, France created this lovely alphabet of superheroes and famous characters using Helvetica. Some are available as prints. Nice. via@denveregotist
Source: www.behance.net
Added by on 5/24/12
'Avengers' timeline: Nick Fury's busy week
Interesting
Marvel released a timeline that details the chronologies of all six "Avengers" movies.
Source: popwatch.ew.com
Added by on 5/17/12
22 Things We Learned From the 'Captain America: The First Avenger' Commentary
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Captain America: The First Avenger is probably the best of Marvel's Phase One films. I say "probably" to allow for nostalgia for Iron Man and the abundance of fun that is The Avengers, but re-watches have shown The First Avenger to be the least problematic and most affecting of the bunch. Its high entertainment value doesn't hurt either.

The sequel, The Winter Soldier, hits theaters this Friday, and according to at least one very reputable source it may just be the best Marvel film yet. We're spending the week exploring all things Captain America so there's no better time than now to take a listen to director Joe Johnston's commentary for The First Avenger. He's joined by the film's editor and director of photography, and together they discuss the production, the cast and crew, and the moments they love as film fans.
Added by on 4/5/14