Hey Seb fans! Be sure to set a reminder because Sebastian is set to appear on Good Morning America this coming Wednesday, November 29th to promote his film I, Tonya which hits theaters this December.
Wednesday, Nov. 29 – Actor John Boyega (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”); actor Sebastian Stan (“I, Tonya”)
Hey Seb fans! It was announced recently that Sebastian will be stopping by the ACE Comic-Con this coming January 14th & 15th, 2018 in Glendale, Arizona. So if you live in the area you might want to move quickly to purchase your tickets so you don’t miss your chance to meet our fave in person.
Purchase your tickets via the links below:
Hey guys! I have some great news for Seb fans in the Rhode Island area! The Rhode Island Comic-Con announced today that Sebastian is now scheduled to appear at their con on November 11th and 12th.
If you happen to be in the area here are the links you need to purchase your tickets and get that long-awaited photo with our meme king, Sebastian Stan.
Get ready Texas “Stanners” because you don’t want to miss your chance to meet Sebastian live and in person at the upcoming Fandemic Tour which is set to take place September 15th through the 17th later this year at the NRG Center.
And for those interested in buying a photo op with Sebastian well you’re in luck! Sebastian will be there on September 16th and 17th to greet fans. You can purchase your photo op and VIP packages now while they’re available!
Actor Sebastian Stan participated in a question-and-answer session Saturday at the Wizard World Tulsa pop culture convention.
After walking on stage and being introduced amid audience squeals, Stan said he was in a “mystery city” he used to hear about on the TV series “Friends.”
“This is where Chandler got into all that trouble,” Stan said.
Chandler Bing, Matthew Perry’s character on “Friends,” was temporarily relocated to Tulsa for work during the series.
Topics during Stan’s panel:
•Asked what storyline so far is his favorite as an actor, Stan picked the Winter Soldier saga because there is still unexplored territory with the character, which has appeared in multiple Marvel films.
“We still need to go back and figure some things out there,” Stan said, indicating he would like to fill in some blanks in the Winter Soldier’s history.
Stan, asked by the moderator if he was dropping hints about a possible movie, said, “I wish. I’m apparently campaigning for it without even really realizing it.”
•Stan said being curious worked in his favor. He encouraged audience members to be curious. He said he was curious to find role models once he “clicked” with acting while in college. He read biographies and discovered that Steve McQueen and other successful actors had troubled pasts. He said rough patches in life may be gifts you can learn from.
“That’s almost every superhero story,” he said.
Fave biography? “I just read all the acting ones from Pacino to Brando to DeNiro to Steve McQueen,” he said.
“The problem for me is these people just totally seemed like they were gods. Everyone idolized them.”
But Stan said those actors didn’t start out that way. “We made them into gods,” he said. “They just found a way to make themselves available.”
•Stan said he (gasp!) hasn’t seen “The Walking Dead,” but he watches “Game of Thrones” and “Stranger Things.”
•Does Stan watch a lot of his own movies? “After consuming a lot of alcohol, I do,” he said, adding that it’s hard to watch your own movies and it gets easier after the passage of time “and have kind of moved on.”
•Stan was asked what the Winter Soldier’s last thoughts were when he was going back on ice at the end of “Captain America: Civil War.” On-stage joking between the moderator and Stan ranged from “my arm itches” to “should’ve had dessert.” Stan then surmised that the Winter Soldier is in a place of relief because, after being “followed by this shadow such a long time,” that the character can kind of “just chill.” No pun was intended.
Said Stan: “Who is to say that whatever they put him to sleep with doesn’t give him nice dreams?”
Check out these fantastic photos taken by fellow fans and site visitors who so generously donated their own photos from Sebastian’s recent Wizard World appearance in Philadelphia this past weekend.
Again thank you to those who donated! 🙂
Sebastian was in attendance with many other Marvel stars in Philadelphia on June 4th for Wizard World Comic-Con. Sebastian took part in a panel with Captain America co-stars Anthony Mackie and Chris Evans along with a handful of photo ops and signings with the fans. It was quite the eventful day which he’ll be repeating again tomorrow as he heads back out to greet more fans for one more appearance this weekend. You can find photos in our gallery now.
If you attended the event this weekend and would like to donate your photos I would love to share your photos and experiences on the site, so please feel free to email me at email@example.com – Full credit will be given.
Sebastian hosted a screening of Captain America: Civil War on May 22nd for Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters where 200 kids and their families were invited. Sebastian also made a special appearance during the screening where he answered questions, and spoke about how important it is to have a great mentor. You can check out some photos from the special event in our gallery now.