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According to a new press release from Marvel Studios, filming has begun on the blockbuster superhero sequel "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." And fans looking for for their "Marvel's The Avengers" fix can start getting pumped up right now, as it turns out that Captain America will be teaming up with an old friend this time around: Natasha Romanoff, aka The Black Widow.
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Robert Redford is a national treasure, one that's been part of our pop culture consciousness since his on-screen acting debut in 1960 as Jimmy Coleman on an episode of "Maverick." Since then, Redford has appeared in dozens of feature films and conjured the most popular and powerful American film festival — in Park City, Utah, of all places.
The Sundance Kid may not be a kid any more, but he shows no signs of slowing down as he prepares to unveil his latest directorial effort, "The Company You Keep," this weekend and make his Marvel debut in next year's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." Here's a look at Robert Redford throughout the ages, from his young and handsome years to his, well, old and handsome years.
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It's a big friggin' deal when The Sundance Kid decides he's gonna star in your movie. The name Robert Redford in and of itself is synonymous with awesome, so the man responsible for such repute is an absolute force of filmmaking who can pretty much do whatever he wants, whenever he wants. Robert Ruddy Redford, ya'll.
So, when he decided to sign on for movie two of the "Captain America" franchise, which was at first — let's face it — but a fragment of Marvel's ultimate "The Avengers" ambitions, we were all like "Whaaaaaaaat?!" With the sequel set to follow Cappy (Chris Evans)'s international tiff with the now-Soviet-friendly Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), how could they possibly make a suitable place for the likes of R.R.? Get More »
They are two of America's greatest icons: Captain America and Robert Redford. One is a costumed champion of liberty. The other is a square-jawed, blue-eyed idol to millions. But ask yourself this: Have you ever seen them together at the same time?
It makes you wonder, right? But while it might seem like Robert Redford actually is Captain America, it turns out that they are different people — and they may indeed be about to appear side-by-side, as according to the The Hollywood Reporter, Redford is close to signing a deal to appear in the 2014 superhero sequel "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
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Shia LaBeouf continues his crusade to not be in movies with giant robots in "The Company You Keep," the Robert Redford-directed thriller in which the past comes a'callin' for a bunch of senior citizens who did something bad back in the day. Get More »
And now, for some good news: In the trailer for the upcoming political thriller "The Company You Keep," Shia LaBeouf does not at any time either a) have actual on screen sex with his co-stars or b) drop acid on screen in a misguided attempt to be the most method actor ever. So what does the movie feature if not extreme acting stunts?
How about Oscar and Golden Globe favorites Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, Julie Christie, Stanley Tucci, Nick Nolte, Anna Kendrick, Chris Cooper, Richard Jenkins, Brendan Gleeson, Terrence Howard and Sam Elliott?
If it's all about "The Company You Keep," Shia is keeping some pretty awesome company! Get More »
Is there anything sexier than a spy? We shouldn't dig a person who lies for a living as much as we do, but we just can't help it. It's the specialized skills, the crisp wardrobes, the high IQs and the ability to blend in, adapt and fight at a moment's notice. Oh, and there's the whole master/mistress of seduction thing. No one seems to be able to show a girl (or guy!) a good time like a secret agent!
Naturally, we're jealous of Reese Witherspoon's spy-on-spy action in "This Means War." Not only is she juggling Chris Pine and Tom Hardy (when we'd be happy with just one of them), but they're both badass CIA operatives, which guarantees every date is more exciting than if either were accountants.
To console ourselves, we've put together a gallery of 15 of the CIA's sexiest spooks. We don't care if they would have to kill us afterward – we'd happily go undercover with any one of them.
In 1972's classic adventure saga "Jeremiah Johnson," Robert Redford played the tough-as-nails title war vet who decides to take up life in the Rocky Mountains. He becomes a great hunter and has brushes with both grizzly bears and the local Indian tribes to become the ultimate survivor.
Now Redford is taking this theme of survival to the next level in a new flick ominously titled "All Is Lost." According to Deadline, the Sundance Kid will tackle the elements in a new environment: the ocean. So far the only specific details are that it will be "a man vs. nature drama that takes place on the water." Get More »
We've always considered Stanley Tucci and Chris Cooper to be good "Company."
The duo will also be keeping good "Company," as they've now made the already terrific cast of director Robert Redford's ensemble thriller all the more impressive, according to Screen Daily.
"The Company You Keep" is based on a novel by Neil Gordon, which follows a former Weather Underground activist (Redford) who is pursued by a reporter (Shia LaBeouf) hell-bent on exposing his identity as an ex-political radical and his involvement in a botched robbery. Get More »
The company of "The Company You Keep" keeps getting larger, as Sundance darling Brit Marling is now in talks to play the female lead in Robert Redford's film, according to Variety.
Redford is starring in and directing the political thriller about a former militant wanted by the FBI who must go on the run when his true identity is exposed by an ambitious young reporter, to be played by Shia LaBeouf. Nick Nolte will also be on hand to snarl and growl and bluster about. Get More »