Kiss104FM – Actor Sebastian Stan talks about the importance of telling stories like that of Vietnam War hero William H. Pitsenbarger in ‘The Last Full Measure’ , in theaters January 24.
ETCanada.com – Fans know that ‘Avengers: Endgame’ was never the end of the Marvel universe – especially with the announcement of the new Disney+ series ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ . While chatting with ET Canada, star Sebastian Stan shares how he and Anthony Mackie have been hard at work preparing for the show. Plus, he teases his new film, ‘The Last Full Measure’.
Three film clips for ‘The Last Full Measure’ featuring Sebastian have appeared online ahead of the films release. The Last Full Measure is scheduled for theater release on January 24th, 2020.
WJLA.com – WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Actor Sebastian Stan has garnered millions of fans across the globe as part of the Marvel universe and his critically acclaimed performance in “I, Tonya.” Now he’s helping tell the story of a real-life hero with his latest movie, “The Last Full Measure.” The inspiring film hits theaters January 24th.
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Check out the full interview @alyseeadyfox5 had with @imsebastianstan this morning on @fox5atlanta this morning! He chats about @tlfmfilm as well as his Marvel future. . Special thanks to Heather (moviefreak89 on Twitter) for catching this on her TV and giving me permission to share it here with you all. . #sebastianstan #sebastianstanedit #sebastianstanfan #buckybarnes #wintersoldier #captainamerica #mcu #marvel #thefalconandthewintersoldier #tftws #avengers #endgame #infinitywar #avengersendgame #avengersinfinitywar #tlfm #thelastfullmeasure #tlfmfilm #ssfaninterview #ssfanmovies #ssfanmarvel #ssfanbestgrandpahat
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I’ve added high quality photos of Sebastian from his cover shoot for the January/February 2020 issue of Men’s Health Magazine into the gallery. In addition to high quality screen captures from behind the scenes of his photoshoot AND the “Cheat Day” Short Film which you can find here in case you missed it!
MensHealth.com – Find someone who looks at you the same way Sebastian Stan looks at a box of donuts.
Sebastian Stan is just like you and me, aside from the fact that he’s a chiseled, obscenely handsome action star who played one of the most beloved characters in one of the most successful movie franchises of all time and will play that same beloved character in one of the most ambitious upcoming original series on the most successful new streaming service. But other than that, he’s just like you and me.
And after a long day of work (in this case, a topless photoshoot), Stan likes to unwind like the rest of us normies: with a hearty helping of junk food. In this short film titled Cheat Day, which was conceived by the Men’s Health January/February cover star himself, Stan paces New York City blocks seeking pizza, donuts, dumplings and more. He finishes his quest with a Frankenstein’s monster of sugar, carbs, and who-knows-what combined to produce the most over-the-top cheat day meal you’ve ever seen in your life. Stan also displays his encyclopedic knowledge of the Big Apple’s geography (he grew up an hour north in Rockland County, NY, and once starred on Broadway in William Inge’s Picnic), confirming “there is no 4th and Lex.”
If you only know Stan from the MCU, you might not fully grasp his penchant for absurd humor. But if you truly stan Stan, then you’re familiar with @OneMinuteMen, which features experimental short films starring Stan and his friend Will Malnati. Much like the donut-filled, pizza and potato chips taco monstrosity feasted upon in Cheat Day, Sebastian Stan has layers.
MensHealth.com – To keep up with the Chrises, Stan upgraded his diet, training, and worldview. And 2020 is shaping up to be his best year ever.
THE COFFEE-SHOP staff is having a silent meltdown. The peppermint tea I ordered was forgotten as soon as Sebastian Stan walked in. He orders a coffee, receives it instantly, and goes to put it down on a table. The lid isn’t fully on, and the coffee spills. It’s almost a “stars are just like us” moment, but then a barista suddenly materializes with a paper towel in his outstretched palm. “It’s wet,” he says eagerly.
Stan, 37, is wearing black shorts, a black T-shirt, midcalf black socks, and a gray hoodie missing its drawstring. He looks very off-duty SoHo, which he is: He’s back home in New York City on furlough from preparations for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, an extravagant collaboration between Marvel and newborn streaming service Disney+.
He’s also wearing a blue baseball cap, which sits slightly higher on his head than it might on the head of someone with less va-va-voom hair. That hair sent the Internet into a tizzy recently, when a poster for Falcon showed Stan with a short cut. In the past when Stan has played the Winter Soldier (né Bucky Barnes), he’s had shoulder-length hair. Next to his forehead, which is giant—the White Cliffs of Dover of foreheads—the longer style made him look very sinister.
Stan is somewhat less recognizable in street clothes, but women still side-eye him on their way to the bathroom. Maybe they recognize him; maybe he’s just a little too strapping not to be famous.
As Stan talks, he maintains an unsettling deadpan, verging on a glower. “People always ask me if I’m okay,” he says, still glowering. “They’ve said I have ‘serial-killer resting face.’ No matter what I do, I’ve always had dark circles under my eyes that never really go away. Lately there might be a little moisturizer happening here and there, just in case. Preserving a couple years, or whatever.”
The more reserved the actor, the more likely he is to become part of Hollywood mythology. Between Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016), a rumor circulated that he had gotten too ripped for the arm he’d worn in the earlier film, a wraparound contraption meant to look like a machine prosthetic. Redditors called him “the Winter Swoldier” and “Bulky Barnes.”
Stan laughs when I bring it up and clarifies that he used a new-and-improved arm in each successive film. With the first iteration, he had to apply lube to slide his real arm into what was essentially two rigid metal tubes. “It was like having a massive hammer attached to me,” he says, “but it looked unbelievable in the movie, and it actually informed a lot of my body language.”
Subsequent arms were more mobile, and Stan doesn’t have to lube up to get in there anymore: There’s a sleeve inside the arm for his next appearance as the Winter Soldier. But, he concedes, he did get too big for the arm used in Civil War. “I was so insecure being around these massive fucking guys, so I started lifting really heavy and ate a lot. I remember I showed up, and I was a little bit bigger than I had been in The Winter Soldier. The arm was a bit tight,” he says. “I was losing circulation.”
Stan is not a new arrival in the Marvel universe: He made his superhero debut in 2011, with Captain America: The First Avenger. But recently he’s enjoyed a burgeoning late-term fandom as his roles (and arms) have ballooned. Beyond Marvel, he starred alongside Margot Robbie in 2017’s I, Tonya, as Tonya Harding’s jackass boyfriend. When we meet in October, he’s just returned from shooting the spy film 355 in London, with Jessica Chastain, Penélope Cruz, Lupita Nyong’o, and Diane Kruger. Another insecurity-inspiring roster.