"Sam Wilson" & US Agent Clash as Spencer's "Captain America" Saga Escalates
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The actor teases that we may see more of his heavily armored villain in upcoming Marvel movies.
Captain America may be hailing Hydra these days (and always), but he's far from the first Marvel hero to pledge his allegiance to evil organization.
Catch a brief new glimpse of Crossbones (Frank Grillo) and his snazzy weapons in "Captain America: Civil War."
No slouch in the fighting department, the actor is pleased to get his fully costumed stint as one of Captain America's most formidable nemeses.
While photos of Frank Grillo's costumed debut have already made the rounds, now you can see how closely it matches the film's concept art.
The breakout villain of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" talks with SPINOFF about his new MMA drama and waiting to be called into action again by Marvel.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about staying alive in the horror sequel, and weighs in on the future of Crossbones after "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
Though he's already cast as Crossbones in Marvel's movie universe, the actor tells SPINOFF why he has Frank Castle on the mind.
The Lebanon-born actress talks with SPINOFF about her U.S. television debut, a pirate drama that pairs her with John Malkovich.
Frank Grillo says Marvel has plans for brutal mercenary Brock Rumlow outside of his debut in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
After teasing a meeting with Marvel last week, "The Grey" actor Frank Grillo has been cast as the villainous Crossbones in "Captain America: The Winter Solider," the sequel to Marvel's 2011's hit.
Writer William Harms and artist Declan Shalvey send the villainous Crossbones on a dangerous mission in "Captain America and Crossbones." We spoke with both creators and editor Bill Rosemann about the one-shot.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look March's "Captain America and Crossbones" one-shot, written by William Harms with art by Declan Shalvey and a Greg Tocchini cover.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser for "Avengers Vs. Thunderbolts" debuting in Novmber 2010 with the image promising a showdown between Steve Rogers and the man who assassinated him, Crossbones.