One Final Poster for Marvel's 'Captain America: The First Avenger' Hits

July 15, 2011
Source: HitFix

Captain America Poster

It's almost time to meet the very first Avenger, our WWII hero, the one-and-only Captain America. HitFix has premiered the final theatrical poster for Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger, featuring most of the cast including Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, Hugo Weaving as Red Skull, Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, Tommy Lee Jones as Col. Phillips and even Sebastian Stan as Bucky, poking his head in. I wish I could tell you how much I loved this movie, but I'm sure you'll hear more in the next week. Compared to the international poster, which Ethan didn't like, this is a great final look at one of Marvel's best movies.

Check out the final Captain America poster directly below, or head to HitFix to grab the higher res version.

Captain America: The First Avenger Poster

After being deemed unfit for military service, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) volunteers for a new top secret research project that turns him into Captain America, a superhero devoted to defending American ideals.

Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger is directed by Joe Johnston, who previously directed Honey I Shrunk the Kids, The Rocketeer, Jumanji, October Sky, Jurassic Park III, Hidalgo and The Wolf Man. The screenplay was written by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely (writers of Life & Death of Peter Sellers, You Kill Me and all three Chronicles of Narnia movies, from Lion, Witch, Wardrobe to Dawn Treader) and also Joss Whedon. Paramount is bringing Captain America to theaters starting on July 22nd this summer.

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too cg looking ūüôĀ

Eric on Jul 15, 2011


The poster? There's no CGI on here, except for the explosion... Looks fine. Don't know what everyone is expecting out of this? I love that Red Skull is leering in the background, I love the poses, it's just a great poster.

Alex Billington on Jul 15, 2011


just his face...ugh. I'm too picky.  I'm a fan of purity and this is obviously edited.  Just my problem.  Otherwise, it's a cool poster.

Eric on Jul 15, 2011


looks more illustrated than CG...but either way that would make it even MORE impressive Love it!

Danimal on Jul 15, 2011


Damn! where is the helmet?

Toonfed on Jul 15, 2011


Alex Ross  Bryan Hitch, Butch Guice should have or have they? made posters for this movie

Loser on Jul 15, 2011


Oh my god it would so awesome if Alex Ross did a poster for this.

Erokwillb on Jul 16, 2011


Looks like campy shite. They should have gone the serious route.

Kevn69311 on Jul 15, 2011


Don't worry, the movie itself is quite serious.

Alex Billington on Jul 15, 2011


This trailer and this poster - F#%?K YEAH!!

JennyB on Jul 15, 2011


Reminds me of the Ironman posters! Jus sayin...

Askpapi on Jul 15, 2011


Nope, you're right....I also thought the same thing. And I liked the IRON MAN posters too.  I like this one as well.

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011


Hell yeah coming out on my b-day. the last movie that came out on my b-day was killer..  The Devils Rejects!

MikeEvil on Jul 15, 2011


"I wish I could tell you how much I loved this movie, but I'm sure you'll hear more in the next week." Alex, did you already see and I just missed the post?

Joshua m on Jul 15, 2011


No comment...

Alex Billington on Jul 15, 2011


Its a pretty good poster, i really like it when they use that classic paint from the old days on these posters, gives it a nostalgic organic feeling.

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011


Very Nice.

Dueceswild222 on Jul 15, 2011


again with the "blue steel" expression. What's with that?

DAZ on Jul 15, 2011


you know blue steel too!??   i love blue steel!!!!!

stfugtfo on Jul 15, 2011


Sigh, I'm still waiting for the sequel to "blue steel".

Anonymous on Jul 16, 2011


Tommy Lee Jones: This IS my happy face!

Anonymous on Jul 16, 2011


they added a black guy and an asian to show that it's really INTERNATIONAL loll!

Gh on Jul 16, 2011


These superhero movie posters need to take a different turn.  They always fall into the "shove all important characters" trap.  Like someone else said, it's very similar to the Iron Man poster(s) -- which is the first thing that popped into my head.  As far as comic book movie posters go, my favorites are from Spider Man.

Mike P. on Jul 16, 2011


Looks cool, not that excited about the movie but will give it a shot.

Ron Torque on Jul 16, 2011


CA's body and head looks totally out of proportion! Looks like his head was photoshop on.

Nate on Jul 18, 2011

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