I’ve added/updated over 1,000+ high and medium quality various interview/photoshoot and Extras Screen Captures of Sebastian in Avengers: Endgame, The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Infinity War, and Spread to the gallery.
Category: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
I’ve added over 300+ high quality Extra Screen Captures of Sebastian in various interviews for The Falcon & The Winter Soldier and The 355 to the gallery.
This is a movie that I want to be a fly on the wall during the filming process. If you could relive any moment you have with the cast either onset or offset, what moment would that be?
Sebastian Stan: I would probably pick that whole month of July in Paris, filming. I think that was one of the most memorable experiences I ever had. It’s one of the most beautiful cities in the world and also, it was a great summer and it was pre-pandemic. There was just a different energy. We were shooting in all these really exotic locations and not on a green screen and able to improvise and riff off of things, and everybody was supportive of that. So I’ll do July in Paris in 2019.
Diane said the exact same thing. She said there was a moment that you guys were eating at brunch or something and all the guys were eating salads and water because they had to take their shirts off the next day.
Sebastian Stan: That’s true, Edgar and I were very concerned about what that would eventually look like. But yeah, you don’t want to do any diet in Paris. That’s not the place for that. But yeah, I think this was one of those experiences where everybody really did get along, and we would somehow shoot what we needed to shoot and never really go over. And then we would sometimes go to a restaurant, and kind of sit outside, and it’s in Europe, and think about the day we had. So yeah, it’s pretty special in that regard.
I’m really hoping we get season two of Falcon and Winter Soldier. But just curious, like, what do you want next for Bucky? Because that was such a wonderful arc that we got with him.
Sebastian Stan: I agree. I mean, we did and I’m not the one to be able to tell you what the next best thing for him is. I haven’t quite figured it out yet. I feel that it was nice to get him to a good place, and having kind of, sort of come back around to accepting himself and his past, and find his own place in the world now, and his own sense of family and values. So, we’ll see what’s gonna top that off. I don’t know.
We’re kicking off the year with The 355 and this is the time where we’re trying to kind of lock-in our New Year’s resolutions. Do you have one? Do you make New Year’s resolutions?
Sebastian Stan: I don’t you know. I feel like I don’t and maybe I should more than not. But I thought I would just be more present. That’s sort of what I’ve been fighting hard to do. I think we’re living in the world that we’re living in with technology and everything happening so quickly. I think it’s hard to do that. I think we all got to find our moments of stillness, whatever that may be for people.
Hey everyone! So, I’ve finally had some free time and have been working hard to get the site caught up. With that said, I’ve added over 1000 high quality screen captures of Sebastian from the Disney+ series ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ which aired in early 2021.
In addition to the screen captures I’ve also added additional high quality episodic stills from the series as well.
I’ve added 825 high quality screen captures of Sebastian as James ‘Bucky’ Barnes from the second episode of ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ which aired on March 26th on Disney+.
I’ve added 386 high quality screen captures of Sebastian as James ‘Bucky’ Barnes from the first episode of ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ which premiered March 19th on Disney+.
You can also find a NEW episodic still from the episode in the gallery. Check them out below:
GQ-Magazine.co.uk — Even as our backsides became numb and our eyes mere bloodshot arrow slits, at the very end of Avengers: Endgame, Sebastian Stan (as Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier) stayed true to form, keeping stoic and, largely, shtum.
While Anthony Mackie, in the role of Sam Wilson/The Falcon, was handed Captain America’s famous vibranium frisbee by a very wrinkly but very happy Chris Evans – thus becoming, for now, the MCU’s next Cap’ – all the dewy-eyed audience got from our favourite, oft-scowling tough guy was a modest nod of approval. No air punch. Not so much as a celebratory grunt. Stan as The Winter Soldier is nothing if not the very strong, very silent type.
Today, reminiscing freely about that last scene he had to play in Marvel’s multibillion-dollar-shifting Infinity Saga – Thanos defeated, Hulk with a sore hand, Tony Stark (*sob*) deceased, multiverse opened and unhinged – Stan explains how the germ of an idea for their new spinoff, The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, now streaming on Disney+, began to take shape. “This wasn’t something long planned, not at all,” he says, laughing, when I suggest super-producer Kevin Feige – Marvel’s boardroom-based end-of-level boss – may well have had Mackie and Stan’s on-screen partnership in the pipeline for years.
“Maybe Kevin did, but he didn’t tell me about it. But once Anthony and I realised these changes were taking place to the storyline in Endgame, in particular to the story of Captain America, I think both of us sort of looked at one another and thought, ‘Well, we’re still here! We’re not dead! So, what happens to us now?’”
Naturally, almost unflinchingly, Marvel’s “not-so-random successful movie generator” had a decent answer: “This show is a revival, in spirit at least, of some of those buddy comedies that were so popular in the 1980s.” Think Lethal Weapon – just with more capes and a bigger pyro budget.
“Anthony and I both get a kick out of working together; we always have a lot of fun. Also, this show is six hour-long episodes, which gives us a lot more to play with than a two-hour film. ‘Buddy’ walked out of that last film with an identity crisis, so there’s a lot to dive into.”
Stan pauses momentarily, chuckling to himself. He stares off camera to his left, something he does sporadically throughout our chat, like he needs a horizon in order to contemplate certain answers. We’re Zooming, natch, he in Vancouver shooting Fresh with Daisy Edgar-Jones – who was kind enough to take these photographs of Stan, exclusively for British GQ – and me in darkest North London nursing a Heineken 0.0.
Stan lifts a flat cap, scrapes back a full hand of jet-black hair. Although his accent rolls in deep and direct from New York City, the actor was in fact born in communist Romania, where he witnessed his parents struggle through the revolution. He spent time in Vienna too, before emigrating to the States with his mother aged 12.
“Actually, now we’ve got these longer scenes together, there’s a lot more dialogue between us.” You make it sound like that is a problem, I say. “Well, in a way it’s the bit that worried me the most. Not as an actor, per se, but as a fan of the character.” How come? “Well, Winter Soldier and Falcon have worked together best when they’ve had little to say to one another. We’re good at quips. So, now, what are they going to say to one another?”
This sounds somewhat trivial but Winter Soldier’s entire thing – as the man who has walked, run and generally caused mayhem in his boots since 2011 knows only too well – is a very nonchalant, 1950s sort of sullenness. “He’s been silent for, well, almost all the movies and that’s what made him cool. He was cool because he didn’t open his mouth, a sort of less-is-more, brainwashed assassin.
“For this show I had to find his voice, in all senses, and do it in a way that was timely to what is going on in 2021.” Timely, how so? Stan is emphatic: “Look, you can’t do a show that explores the title of Captain America without touching on some of the stuff we have seen on the news. In fact, I would argue this is Marvel’s most relevant show yet.” Continue reading
Check out high quality scans of Sebastian and Anthony Mackie on the cover of the May 2021 issue of EMPIRE Magazine in the gallery now.