‘Captain America’ Now in Theaters

Captain America: The First Avenger, written by Narnia screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, hit theaters yesterday. Markus and McFeely have already started working on the script for the sequel, which will take place before The Avengers (releasing next Summer). Watch a clip.

37 Responses

  1. Hiking Peter says:

    This sounds really interesting…..

  2. Aslan's BFF says:

    Definitely *not* Narnia, huh?

  3. Hiking Peter says:

    Nope. Not a bit. Seems like my father might like it though.

  4. Sharon says:

    Not Narnia…but it was very good. My husband and I totally enjoyed it.

  5. narnian resident says:

    i kinda wanna see it. it looks pretty cool. just might for the writers' sake 🙂

  6. Narnian Meerkat says:

    Hehe, I can't wait to see that movie! Looks awesome. Sigh, but ya, wish we had Narnia movie news….

  7. I never really cared that much for Captin America, because he's mister patroitic "CAPTIN AMERICA", and I'm from Canada.

  8. Starlily says:

    Lol! I've wondered how other countries looked at it. How come there's no patriotic Canadian superhero? Or is there? I think that would be cool–Canada's a great place. (Nice to know there are Narnia fans everywhere 🙂 )

  9. Not Of This World says:

    And how is this realated to Narnia??

  10. Not Of This World says:

    Ohh wait! I didn't see it was written by Narnia screenwriters. My bad!

  11. wolfloversk says:

    *tries very hard to refrain from any and all JP4 comments…* *realizes by typing this she fails in doing so* Bring on Jurassic Park 4! Okay back on topic… I know a lot of people who are excited for this movie… I personally am not a big fan of superhero films, but I'll likely see it eventually. And it does have JP and CoN ties…

  12. Fireflower says:

    *sigh* I would really like some Narnia news! PLEASE!

  13. narnian says:

    narnia newsss!!!!! please!!!!!!

  14. Bookwyrm says:

    There's Alpha Flight and Wolverine.

  15. my brother and his friends want to see the movie

  16. Aslan's BFF says:

    Ha-ha! You made me laugh today. Thanks!

  17. Skilletdude says:

    All I can say is, I hope those screenwriters are better suited for a superhero story because they sure didn't do Narnia any favors. :p

  18. stateofgreen says:

    All I can say is that they are definitely better at writing something like this than a faith movie like Dawn Treader. I actually enjoyed this movie! They enlistment scene in Dawn Treader was possibly influenced by this movie, but Markus and McFeely did a better job with Steve Rogers than they did with Edmund LOL! Maybe Dawn Treader failed because they couldn't give it their full attention. 😉

  19. Fireflower says:

    Kinda scary looking if you ask me.

  20. Aslan's #1 fan says:

    Captain America was the best superhero movie I've seen. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely did an astounding job like when they did LWW.You can actually feel for the character instead of just watching him, you love him as a person. Unlike Iron Man who is just a man for show. Even though some of you are not American it is still a well done movie. It is not just about America that the back drop, it's about the character of the person that counts. A powerful moral lesson in that movie. 5 stars. 🙂

    P.S. Is there any Narnia 4 yet, gosh how long do we have to wait?????

  21. Aslan's #1 fan says:

    Like I said it doesn't matter really if your an American. Us American's like Wolverine. For more details see my comment down a bottom of page. 🙂

  22. Aslan's BFF says:

    What's the movie rated? (please say PG)

  23. stateofgreen says:


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  25. IvaN says:

    I'm not from America, but I like this film. Some peoplee consider it naive and even stupid. But it much more right than many 'realistic' and 'patriotic' movies I've seen earlier. Captain America has no immoral content and it's a great advantage of the movie.

  26. Aslan's BFF says:

    Oh man! Thanks though…

  27. Bookwyrm says:

    I was somewhat dubious about the movie before seeing it due to M&M writing the screenplay, but I really enjoyed it. It's a fun little romp of a movie. The acting was all quite good, the humor was decent and not as jarring/stupid as the attempts at humor in the Narnia movies, and I actually felt moved by the resolution of the love subplot, unlike the similar situation in Thor. It's not quite up to the standards of Christopher Nolan's Batman films, but it's easily one of the best films Marvel has produced.

  28. Miss Polly Plummer says:

    People say that "they don't make movies like they used too",but that isn't true at all with this movie! I just recently watched it and was very happy with it, although the ending was a little weird (I won't tell you about it,you will have to see for yourself)=D

  29. Caspian and all the others says:

    Not all PG-13 movies are big into blood and guts. There are some out there that are really good.

  30. Not Of This World says:

    The Blind Side is PG-13. AWESOME movie. A couple curse words and one scene with a gun (Not very violent at all. Narnia has been more violent 🙂 ) but thats it. Inspiering movie.

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  32. Hiking Peter says:

    Yeah, I agree. Luther is really good, too. (Not trying to provoke any arguments) Ummmmmm, Yeah.

  33. Aslan's BFF says:

    I know. It's just that I don't watch many new movies. I really prefer the black-and-white ones, or Jimmy Stewart, or Charlton Heston.

  34. stateofgreen says:

    Captain America does not have lots of guts or blood…..but there is lots of laser gun and machine gun fight scenes…it's pretty old-fashioned, like Raiders of the Lost Ark.

  35. Not Of This World says:

    Raiders of the Lost Ark was by far the best Indiana Jones. The second one was really weird, the third one was good but it needed a better ending, and the newest one Lucas made was "What was he thinking???"

  36. Bobcat says:

    Yup, that'll do it. You have my apprceiatoin.