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Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner rung the New York Stock Exchange opening bell this morning. You can check out photos in the gallery and a video below!

The Ellen Show
05.02.2016


Chris and Elizabeth Olsen’s interview on The Ellen Show aired today. You can check out some clips from the interview below.

USA TODAY – ATLANTA — Tony Stark is really irked, and it’s not just because someone has left used coffee grounds in the official Avengers coffeemaker.

The ultra-modern Porsche building outside downtown Atlanta has been turned into the headquarters of Earth’s mightiest heroes on the set of the new Marvel movie Captain America: Civil War (in theaters Friday), and Robert Downey Jr.’s playboy billionaire philanthropist, who’s huffy about his state-of-the-art kitchen being “a bed-and-breakfast for a biker gang,” has one serious headache that a cup of joe won’t fix.

His team has just been told that 117 countries have ratified the Sokovia Accords, which will put the Avengers under a United Nations oversight committee in just a few days’ time. It’s the result of one too many global disasters, and the cracks in this superhero family are starting to show even in the luxury digs.

At least all that internal strife won’t have an adverse effect on the group’s box-office power. The 13th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Civil War was voted the most anticipated summer movie in a recent survey by Fandango, and according to the ticket-buying site, the film is outselling every other Marvel effort in advance sales. “The guaranteed amount of repeat viewing will propel the film to what I believe will be one of the top opening weekends of all time and off-the-charts long-term playability around the world,” says comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

Over the successful course of three solo Iron Man films and two Avengers movies, Tony Stark has seen some seriously bad stuff and is OK with being put in check. He tells the team of a bright young man who wanted to spend the summer building sustainable homes in Sokovia, but “we dropped a building on him” when the Avengers battled the evil robot Ultron in the fictional European country (see: last year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron). “If we have no boundaries,” Stark figures, “we’re just as bad as the bad guys.”

This isn’t the kind of freedom Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) has been fighting for as Captain America since World War II, and he lets his disapproval be known. “I’m not saying we’re perfect,” he says. “But the safest hands are still our own.”

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Thanks to my friend Claudia, I have added two scans of Chris and Robert featured in the latest issue of People Magazine. You can also check out an outtake from the shoot in the gallery!

Thanks to my friend Nicole, I have added four scans of Chris featured in the May 3rd issue of Grazia to the gallery!

I have updated the gallery with high quality photos of Chris attending the UK premiere of Captain America: Civil War yesterday at Vue Westfield in London, England. Thanks to Carol at Sebastian Stan Fan for sending over some photos!

I have added high quality photos of Chris attending a photocall for Captain America: Civil War earlier today in London to the gallery. Thanks to Carol and Bubbles for sending some photos our way.