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Humanity and Iconicity in the Captain America Trilogy

The following is a piece I wrote for Audiences Everywhere as part of a feature they ran in March. The third month of this year is trilogy month for AE, with various interesting pieces being written about different three-film sagas and thematic trilogies, from the original Star Wars series to John Carpenter’s apocalypse trilogy. 362 more words


New 'Avengers: Infinity War' Set Photos Tease Corvus Glaive & the Black Order

Although Avengers: Infinity War will finally feature the face-to-face confrontation between the Avengers and Thanos, the question has always been whether or not Thanos will be bringing some friends to… 287 more words


47 Movie Blogs #3 – Five Movies with Fake Arms

“What?  What sort of crazy topic is this?” I cry to my friend Jo.  Except that I am kidding, I actually came up with it myself.  815 more words


'Captain America: Civil War' is an allegory for American politics

You’d think that an ultimate showdown between superheroes would be funny and absurd as Lemon Demon’s “The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny,” but Anthony and Joe Russo’s superhero showdown “Captain America: Civil War” isn’t funny. 207 more words



Captain America (Chris Evans), along with his companions Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson), and newcomer The Falcon (Anthony Mackie), are back to save America and the world from a new threat in the form of a Russian agent called The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). 563 more words


Chris Evans May Be Done Playing Captain America After the Next Two ‘Avengers’ Movies

Our time with Chris Evans’ Captain America may very well be coming to an end. It seems like not too long ago Evans was mulling an offer to play the Marvel character in the still-very-young Marvel Studios lineup. 563 more words


The Russo Brothers to Produce Valiant's Quantum and Woody

It’s being reported that the Russo Brothers will be tackling another comic property once their work on The Avengers: Infinity War wraps up. The project based on  229 more words