Avengers: Endgame is coming out, and the MCU is in upheaval — which makes this a perfect time to take a look back at the various incarnations of Captain America. Cap has been around in comics, movies, TV, and cartoons for 71 years, and has seen his share of the good, bad, and downright embarrassing. Burger Fiction has the most notable on-screen appearances of Captain America, starting with the early-60s animated series.
The best-kept secret in the universe is going international. In F. Gary Gray's Men in Black spinoff, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson suit up to take on a global threat. Liam Neeson and Emma Thompson also star when the film drops June 14, 2019.
Based on the satirical war novel by Joseph Heller, Abbott portrays a US Air Force bombardier in World War II who is just trying to keep his sanity as the number of missions he must complete continues to rise. Along with starring as Scheisskopf, George Clooney also has a hand in directing the six-episode series. Catch-22 premieres May 17, 2019 on Hulu.
Brian Banks was a star football player at Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California. When he verbally committed to play at the University of Southern California, his future looked bright — but that all came crashing down when he was falsely accused of rape by a classmate. Starring Aldis Hodge, Brian Banks is a story of the American justice system and redemption that is nearly unbelievable. The film hits theaters August 9, 2019.
You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. Using Bubba's complete list of ways to prepare shrimp from the film Forrest Gump, Andrew Rea prepares a few dishes featuring the fruit of the sea.
The suit has changed, but the personality inside it definitely hasn't. With Avengers: Endgame almost here, Burger Fiction looks at how Iron Man has changed, from the mid-60s animated cartoon up until today's blockbuster films.