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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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Photo Session Update & Add-ons

I’ve done a bit of work to our photo sessions section which resulted in many additional photos being added in addition to high quality replacements of previously medium quality sized photos. You can also find Sebastian’s complete shoot from August Man Malaysia in high quality among the new updates.

Check out some previews below:



Magazine Scans Update

I’ve taken the time to add even more high quality scans of Sebastian from the last few months. A big thank you goes to my good friends Claudia and Kat for donating many of the scans.

You can find those in our gallery now.


Backstage Magazine Scans & Shoot Add-ons

Backstage Magazine Scans & Shoot Add-ons

I’ve added high quality digital scans of Sebastian on the cover of the May 5th, 2016 issue of Backstage Magazine. Check out a few more photos from his shoot featured in the magazine in our gallery now.

Sebastian Talks ‘Civil War’, Flirts with Sharon Stone on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Sebastian Talks ‘Civil War’, Flirts with Sharon Stone on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Sebastian was on The Late Late Show with James Corden on May 5th to promote his film Captain America: Civil War (which is now in theaters, by the way!), where he discussed the film albeit while charming the hell out of Sharon Stone along with ladies and gents everywhere (let’s be honest). It’s a great interview for sure with lots of laughs.

You can watch the entire episode below if you missed it, and check out HD captures in our gallery now.


Sebastian Plays ‘Musical Beers’ on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Sebastian was one of the special guests who surprised the audience on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon along with his fellow Captain America: Civil War co-stars Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany. They were featured in one of Jimmy’s legendary game segments as Sebastian and the gang took part in “Musical Beers” and it was quite possibly one of the funniest things I’ve ever watched unravel.

For those of you who missed it you can watch the video below!


Sebastian Attends New York Screening of ‘Civil War’

Sebastian was decked out in a blue suit which seemed to be a theme with Anthony Mackie and Chris Evans as well as the Captain America: Civil War crew attended the screening of the film in New York on May 4th. Check out photos from the event in our gallery now.

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Cast & Directors Visit AOL Build

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Cast & Directors Visit AOL Build

Sebastian was in studio with his Captain America: Civil War co-stars Paul Bettany, Chadwick Boseman, Elizabeth Olsen and the film’s directors Anthony and Joe Russo to discuss the film with AOL Build on May 4th. Check out pictures and photos from the event below:


Backstage: Don’t Underestimate ‘Captain America’ Star Sebastian Stan

Let’s say you’re playing an American soldier with severe post-traumatic stress disorder struggling to assimilate back into society. For the last several decades you’ve also been forcibly brainwashed to forget compassion and embrace violence to the point of desensitization, but memories of your old life as a decent man begin to emerge. Sounds like a juicy role for an actor, right?

These are the challenges facing Sebastian Stan in “Captain America: Civil War,” the newest comic-to-big-screen installment from Marvel Studios. Don’t be fooled by the whiz-bang action sequences and glossy production values of such blockbusters; actors playing superheroes must flex their acting muscles as much as those in prestige dramas—not to mention their literal muscles, too.

“When I go to work I don’t discriminate it as a comic-book movie,” says Stan over coffee at Manhattan’s the Gander. “It’s full-on commitment. That’s all you can do.” Stan and his Marvel Cinematic Universe co-stars, who include such awards season heavyweights as Mark Ruffalo, Tilda Swinton, and Michael Douglas, are using sheer talent to elevate the ostensibly lowbrow genre.

“Comic-book movies are mythology in a way, and there are a lot more parallels in them with what’s going on in the real world than people want to discuss,” Stan points out. His “Captain America” character, the Winter Soldier (né Bucky Barnes), for instance, is a scarred serviceman without a place to call home; Stan need only look at the state of veterans’ affairs today to take the role seriously. “A lot of these people come back and they don’t know how to function in the world anymore; the world is not embracing them in the same way. That was a big part of this character’s journey in this film: Understanding the world that he’s finally found himself in. How is he going to function there?”

This level of actorly preparation isn’t usually associated with sci-fi flicks raking in billions of dollars. “People have their own stigmas about it,” says Stan frankly. “I know when people are considering me for jobs sometimes it’s, ‘Well, you’re in a comic-book movie.’ And I’m, like, ‘But I’m killing myself to try to do the best I can!’ ”

“Sebastian embodies the notion of a hardworking actor,” says Joe Russo, who co-directed both “Civil War” and the franchise’s second installment, “The Winter Soldier.” “His level of commitment is fantastic. He really finds the greatest level of detail in his performance.” In establishing a middle ground between Bucky and the Winter Soldier, he says, Stan conveys volumes while saying very little. “It’s the hardest thing to do as an actor, to convey emotion and subtlety without speaking.”

Anthony Russo agrees. “He has to come up with such a complex inner life. I think when you see him perform the character you see that, you see the complexity in his eyes and his physicality. He tells an amazing story through all those tools.” It helps that on the big screen, he adds, Stan is easy on the eyes. “It’s that phrase: The camera really loves him.”

According to Stan, listening is one of his biggest challenges in front of the lens. He marvels at Marlene Dietrich’s ability to remain still and allow audiences to project emotion onto her. “The trick is to shut off your brain,” he says. “ ‘Be interesting! Do something interesting! You’re staying too long in the same angle!’ It has to be about courage and you have to deal with that part of your brain that likes to edit and censor you. Maybe some don’t have that. I, however, do.” Continue reading

Sebastian Promotes ‘Civil War’, Geeks out over Space instead with Stephen Colbert

I’ve added HD captures of Sebastian on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert from May 3rd. Check out a clip of Sebastian drinking Tequila and geeking out over Space.

#TeamCap Pose For USA Today

Check out these new portraits of Sebastian and his Captain America: Civil War cast mates as they pose for USA Today. You can find one additional photo in our gallery by clicking the photo below.

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