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Welcome Established in September of 2012 Sebastian Stan Fan is your top fan source for the latest news and photos on the career of Romanian actor Sebastian Stan. Sebastian is known for his notable role as fan favorite Bucky Barnes, from the Marvel franchise Captain America. However Sebastian is also known for his other roles in both film and television including Gossip Girl, Political Animals, The Covenant, and The Martian to name a few. Be sure to save our link and check back often for the latest on Sebastian!

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Photos: Oscar Viewing Party & Vanity Fair After Party

Photos: Oscar Viewing Party & Vanity Fair After Party

All the stars came out for the Oscars this past Sunday night, and although Sebastian wasn’t in attendance for the show itself he was definitely in the spirit as he attended both the 26th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party and the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones on March 4th.

During the show Sebastian’s I, Tonya co-star Allison Janney took home the award for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Tonya’s abusive mother. Congratulations to both Allison and the I, Tonya crew!


Sebastian Stops by Good Morning America (Photos + Video)

Sebastian Stops by Good Morning America (Photos + Video)

Screenrant.com Avengers: Infinity War star Sebastian Stan appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America, and posted a photo from the show’s set of himself posing with a toy replica of the Infinity Gauntlet. The appearance was to promote Avengers: Infinity War and a new children’s charity initiative called Marvel: Universe Unites.

Stan, who plays Bucky Barnes aka. the Winter Soldier, posted a video on Instagram of him flexing a toy version of the Infinity Gauntlet – one of the key artifacts wielded by the cosmic villain Thanos in Infinity War. Stan appeared on GMA alongside Paul Bettany, who plays The Vision (and formerly voiced Tony Stark’s AI assistant J.A.R.V.I.S.), and Karen Gillan, the reformed villain Nebula from the Guardians of the Galaxy movies (who will also be appearing in Infinity War). The upcoming Infinity War will be the first of a two-part movie that will end this current generation of Marvel movies and transition into a new phase with emphasis on new or currently supporting characters.

The Good Morning America appearance, and the accompanying Instagram, was to begin the push for Marvel: Universe Unites. This is a charitable drive co-branded to help promote Infinity War (as the existing Marvel universe will unite in the film). It is part of a larger charitable initiative called Hero Acts that works to support the Save the Children charity.

APRIL 27th. #infinitywar #? #GMA #heroacts

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The video came with a flurry of social media activity that also included a photo of the three actors posing with a bevy of Marvel toys. The concept between Universe Unites is that each Marvel actor would play with the toys given to them in a large box, and pose with them for social media photos. The toys would then be sent to a child in need. The photo of Bettany, Gillan, and Stan aims to reach one million likes on Instagram. If the photo hits the desired number, Marvel will donate $250,000 to the charity. Marvel will also be donating 10 percent of Marvel toy sales proceeds earned on Saturday, March 3.

The character of Barnes is notably outfitted with a cybernetic arm after losing his left arm in an accident during World War II that presumably had taken his life. He was last onscreen missing the arm completely. It is notable, then, that Stan is the one posing with the Gauntlet. In the comics, the Winter Soldier eventually takes up the mantle of Captain America when Steve Rogers is apparently assassinated. It has been theorized that part of the Marvel push past Infinity War will be to feature Barnes as the new Captain America, and it is possible that Barnes unleashing the power of the Infinity Gauntlet may play into this somewhat.

Seldom is anything done in the public sphere by a Marvel Cinematic Universe actor without some sort of subtext or cryptic hinting. Marvel is notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to future movie events and the trajectory of the MCU storyline. It is unlikely, then, that the post by Stan on the show was merely a fun bit of happenstance. It is possible, though, that we will have to wait past Infinity War for the meaning of the act, as the currently untitled fourth Avengers movie will continue the story from May’s Avengers romp.

Photos: February 2018 Events Catch-Up

Photos: February 2018 Events Catch-Up

Hey ya’ll! I know the site hasn’t been updated in about a month and I’m sorry for that. Due to still being in the process of moving to our new home, it sees our old host had some major screw ups with their server support team. So, long story short: our old host lost most of the recent backups for many sites which were also a huge cause for the site not loading or seeing broken images everywhere. Since then I’ve taken measures to assure the site runs smoothly and thus moved it back to a host I use to be with, whom I have trusted in the past. I’m happy to say the site is running perfectly, and I’ve replaced all the broken images on both the main site and the gallery that I could find. However, if you run across any images in the gallery that doesn’t have a thumbnail please email me or Tweet me and let me know so I can fix them.

Alright, with that PSA out of the way… 🙂 I’m playing catch up on the last events Sebastian attended back in February. So you can see some previews below and the rest in the gallery now.



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SBJCT Journal: Arts Meet Sebastian Stan

We sat down with I, Tonya’s Sebastian Stan to learn the truth behind the story that scandalized a nation, and changed the figure skating community forever.

CONGRATULATIONS ON THE FILM! CAN YOU TELL US HOW YOU BECAME INVOLVED WITH IT? WHAT DREW YOU TO YOUR CHARACTER IN PARTICULAR?

I had a Skype call with Craig (Gillespie) around the same time I saw Price of Gold, the “30 for 30” documentary on Tonya Harding. After reading the script, I was blown away by the possibilities of this film: its honesty and humor, and how tragic these real life characters were – it felt like an important story to tell. From the perspective of an actor, Jeff (Gillooly) was such a complex character, and I was curious to learn the truth behind the man, and what really happened. I’m still not sure I have figured it out exactly, but it was worth the challenge.

YOU MET JEFF AND TONYA IN REAL LIFE – WHAT WAS THAT EXPERIENCE LIKE?
It was really important for me to meet them, and Jeff in particular because it was difficult to find out anything about him besides the scandal surrounding the “incident”. It was also important to me from a technical perspective to be informed about how he moved and how he spoke. I got the sense through our meeting that he had had a difficult upbringing, and that as chaotic as his relationship became with Tonya, there was love between them at some point. That was my way in – my way of finding some humanity in him. I tried to approach the character with the idea that people can start out with good intentions, but don’t, or can’t always follow through.

TONYA AND JEFF’S RELATIONSHIP WAS VOLATILE, AND VIOLENT AT TIMES. HOW DID YOU APPROACH THE CHARACTER, KNOWING HOW AUDIENCES WOULD REACT TO HIM?
It was difficult from the beginning because I couldn’t help but judge him, but I set to the task of trying to find some humanity behind what was on the page. I wanted to go back to the beginning and explore how Jeff and Tonya began, and to understand who he was and what led to what. Meeting him in person helped, because it allowed me to connect young Jeff with present-day Jeff, and I was able to start piecing a life together for him. Margot and I worked carefully with Craig to try and find the love underneath all of that pain and toxicity. We wanted to understand, and to show why Tonya kept going back.

MARGOT IS A FORMIDABLE ACTRESS – WHAT WAS IT LIKE WORKING ALONGSIDE HER?
I loved working with Margot. She is extremely generous as an actress and charismatic as a producer. She loves the filmmaking process and I was in perpetual awe at how determined she was to tell this story the right way. She was my anchor in this and I couldn’t have done it without her.

HOW DO YOU RESPOND TO THE #METOO MOVEMENT? HOW DO YOU DEFINE YOUR ROLE, AS A MAN, AND AS AN ACTOR?
I am supportive of the movement. It is incredibly brave and heroic of all the women who have spoken out, and I want to hold space for that, and to honor that. I’m saddened as a man and a human being by everything that I have read and learned, but I am hopeful that through it, we can expand our awareness and learn how to communicate better with one another to embrace and propel a change that is long overdue. Hopefully, we can inspire future generations of men and women through the self-reflection we are all now experiencing. As an actor, I feel it is my duty to hold a mirror up to nature as best as I can, and to support stories that have been, and still need to be told.

WHAT DID YOU MEAN BY YOUR STATEMENT: “NOW IS THE TIME MORE THAN EVER FOR US TO REVIEW WHAT MASCULINITY IS ABOUT. VIOLENCE HAS ALWAYS BEEN UNFORTUNATELY EMBEDDED IN MASCULINITY, THIS ALPHA THING. IT’S MORE COMPLICATED THAN THAT.” 
I think for a long time, the idea of an “alpha male” was romanticized or defined in a certain way – often including violence – and it’s time for that to be re-examined. What is a man in 2018? What’s exciting about this time is that we all have an opportunity to listen, and to see where changes need to be made in the examples we want to put forward for younger people. I think it’s all about having the conversation. To me personally, masculinity is about offering protection, offering safety, holding space, communication, being vulnerable, never making the other feel wrong for how they feel, and now more importantly than ever, it is about listening and learning how to be of service.Source: sbjctjournal.com

Sebastian Stan for HUGO BOSS “Summer of Ease” Campaign

Sebastian Stan for HUGO BOSS “Summer of Ease” Campaign

If you guys remember back in September of last year we were treated some paparazzi candids of Sebastian during a mysterious photoshoot in Spain which we later figured out was for an upcoming campaign for Hugo Boss. Well, the wait is officially over! Check out these supremely handsome photos of Sebastian wearing the 2018 collection of Hugo Boss for their “Summer of Ease” campaign including the promotional video spot below.


For Spring / Summer 2018, BOSS presents a new digital campaign starring Hollywood actor Sebastian Stan, taking the Spring / Summer 2018 collection, “Summer of Ease”, into new coastal surroundings. Wearing the new designs, Sebastian spends a relaxed summer by the sea, exploring a new easy mood for BOSS.

The new campaign presents video content and imagery following Sebastian through an easy relaxed season. He represents the modern, driven man with a fast-paced lifestyle, whose downtime is now as important to him as his successful career.

The dream-like video is set against the dramatic coastal backdrops and elegant architecture, moving from early summer by the dock through the season’s with the wardrobe to match — characterized by a more relaxed approach to BOSS sartorialism than ever before, perfectly balancing ease with the elegance the house is known for.

Sebastian wears refreshed outerwear such as sporty anoraks and loose-cut trench coats, and softened BOSS tailoring including relaxed double-breasted shapes. Womenswear follows suit with the nautical details, airy dresses and lightweight tailoring, ready for summer to begin.

Photos: Photo Sessions/Portraits Update

Check out these handsome portraits of Sebastian taken last year while promoting I, Tonya including portraits taken at the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival this year.



Photos: 2017/2018 Events Catch-Up

Hey guys! Let me just apologize for the lack of updates these past couple of months. I’ve had little time to be online as I am currently in the process of moving house and it’s been a long tedious process which hasn’t allowed much time or motivation to jump online and update the site as I usually would.

In the meantime, I’ve taken the time to add all the photos of Sebastian from the last events he attended in 2017 along with the handful of events he attended this year so far. So be sure to check those out in the gallery now.

I’d also like to thank my friends Bubbles, Gabby and Elle for all the help with photos.





Esquire: Sebastian Stan Talks ‘I, Tonya’ Movie, Winter Soldier Character and Playing Luke Skywalker

Esquire: Sebastian Stan Talks ‘I, Tonya’ Movie, Winter Soldier Character and Playing Luke Skywalker

In January of this year, while filming I, Tonya, Sebastian Stan dropped into a bar to meet up with a bunch of his Marvel co-stars in Atlanta. These are people he’s known since at least 2010, when he was cast as Bucky Barnes in Captain America: The First Avenger, a film that propelled one of the biggest movie franchises in modern history and Stan’s own career. Since that first Captain America film, he’s repeated the role in its two sequels; he’s also slated to appear in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War, which began filming earlier this year. He’s pretty good friends with some of the most recognizable superhero movie stars on the planet. They’re his people.

But when he walked into the middle of the bar, no one knew who the hell he was.

“I went and stood in the center of where everyone was hanging out and I realized that no one recognized me,” Stan says. “I had this haircut that was really high, a mustache and no sideburns, and I was very pale. I stood there for a minute before I went up to someone and was like, ‘Hey, it’s me.’”

You can’t really blame them, either. In I, Tonya, Stan looks almost nothing like the rugged and brooding Bucky Barnes. He transforms into the slimy Jeff Gillooly, Tonya Harding’s estranged husband and a figure skating villain who served time in prison for his involvement in the infamous attack on Nancy Kerrigan ahead of the 1994 Winter Olympics. Along with the short hair and mustache, Stan assumes Gillooly’s meek-until-explosive temperament and his soft, delicate voice. It’s a chilling likeness to the man who helped destroy the career of one of the greatest figure skaters of all time—but allowed her to take most of the public’s blame.

In fact, if I hadn’t known it was Stan playing Gillooly, I might not have even recognized the world-famous Marvel actor—a confession he’s glad to hear.

“You’re always hoping to disappear in something,” Stan says, accepting the compliment. In order to dive deep into the character, he spent a month and a half listening to interviews with Jeff Gillooly. He also watched any footage he could find, and he eventually traveled to Portland, Oregon, where he spent three hours chatting with Gillooly—who changed his name to Jeff Stone—at a nice Mexican restaurant in town.

Stan admits he was nervous to meet the almost-forgotten Gillooly; one might imagine Jeff Stone might have had the same trepidation. “At that point, the only thing I really cared about was physicality, mannerisms, anything that I could see that I picked up from him,” Stan says. “The first thing he asked me was, ‘Why would anyone want to do this? Why would anyone want to see this movie? Why did you decide that you want to be in this movie?’ My impression was that it must be very strange for him to want to revisit that story. I don’t think it’s anything that he wants to talk about.”

Yet the Tonya Harding saga, all these years later, is still something a lot of people really do want to talk about. I, Tonya, which takes a surprisingly comic approach to the figure skater’s life story, is framed by interviews with its leading players. Presented as talking heads in a faux-documentary, Margot Robbie’s Harding, Stan’s Gillooly, and Allison Janney’s LaVona Fay Golden (Harding’s mother) take turns narrating the larger story of Harding’s rise and fall—and then another rise and fall—in competitive figure skating, culminating in Harding’s ultimately disappointing performance in Lillehammer and her ban from the United States Figure Skating Association.

This Rashomon-style take on a salacious tabloid story attempts to show that, beyond the media frenzy that abused Harding’s image and laid the groundwork for what became our exhausting and overwhelming 24-hour news cycle, the story of the events are still somewhat complicated. “There’s no such thing as truth. I mean, It’s bullshit,” Robbie’s Harding says in the film. The unreliable narrators only reiterate that theme, with conflicting accounts of the attack on Kerrigan, the abuse Harding suffered from her mother and her husband, and the subjectivity with which Harding’s many judges viewed her athleticism and class standing. Continue reading

Photos: New York Times Portrait Session

Photos: New York Times Portrait Session

Check out these fantastic outtakes of Sebastian from his portrait session with The New York Times. So handsome. 🙂

Photos: The New York Times presents ScreenTimes ‘I, Tonya’ discussion + Portrait Session

On November 29th, Sebastian and his I, Tonya co-star Margot Robbie were joined by the film’s director Craig Gillespie as they discussed the film during ScreenTimes hosted by The New York Times. You can view photos from the event and the portrait session which took place before the event in the gallery now.

Another big thank you to my friend Nikie of Carrie Underwood Fan for the photos.

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