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Tag Archives: captain america
Marvel has released a new clip that shows a few, very brief, and I mean very, moments of its next big film – The Avengers. The clip also contains the last few seconds of Captain America: The First Avenger, which … Continue reading
No video parody this time, but it’s not needed, this iconic image of Sam The Eagle as Captain America is a great promotion for both Marvel and the Muppets simultaneously. Previously: Muppet Marketing and Muppet Philosophy.
Disney has found something to dethrone the British boy wizard. It’s Captain America. The First Avenger leaped into first place with a weekend box office of an estimated $66 million. Harry Potter descended to a more earthly $48 million. Disney’s … Continue reading
It’s still taking a little getting used to for me to accept that these Marvel superhero films are now Disney films as well. Yes, technically Paramount is still distributing Captain America, but Marvel is 100% Disney now. There’s no denying … Continue reading