So you know that really expensive Captain America movie that’s coming out? You do, well skip that shit and check out Captain America’s Burlesque Adventure from the Peekaboo Revue instead. This take on Marvel’s first super hero stars Beth Kellnoire as Cap. Ginger Leigh as Bucki, Joey Martini as the Red Skull and Christa D’agger as ‘Capitan France’. Captain America and comedy, who knew?
Shot live at Asbury Lanes in NJ, and World Cafe Live in Philly. PA this is a show for the older audiences, as in NSFW and certainly not meant for the eyes or ears ofchildren. You just don’t expect language from women like that, even young Bucki knocks out a few f-bombs that are hilarious in this. The real twist is the Redd Skull, from Criminal mastermind to let’s say…comical addition really makes the show. He almost steals the it away from the rest of the cast, he’s a true villain even on the stage.
It’s beyond me why, as of this moment, that this video only has 78 views on Youtube. Viewership should jump now after this gets out, it’ll be like that Rebecca Black video but actually worth watching. If Spider-man: Turn off the Dark gets canceled again maybe they’ll put this on Broadway instead.
Via: Youtube with special thanks to Scott Johnston for sending us the tip.
We finally get our first look at Bucky the “Robin-like” sidekick to Captain America. The badass sniper buddy of Steve Rogers is played by Sebastian Stan (Rachel Getting Married, Black Swan). Although the picture is kind of grainy, it depicts Bucky with a sniper rifle – which mean they are most likely depicting the newer, darker idea of the character. While Bucky was originally written as a rah-rah teenage sidekick, modern writers make him the the person who can take care of the killing that Captain America can’t, rather than the iconic teen character that was originally portrayed.
Here’s what director of the film Joe Johnston said about Stan:
Sebastian brought something really interesting and slightly on the dark side and really compelling to watch — when he’s on camera, you’re fascinated by watching him. In a great cast, I thought he really stood out and brought some unexpected things to the role. Everyone brought something to the movie and a lot of them brought something great but I was most pleasantly surprised by what Chris brought and what Sebastian brought in a much smaller role as Bucky.
Personally, I don’t really dig superhero movies that involve sidekicks. They just end up being too cheesy, like the George Clooney and Chris O’Donnell duo in Batman and Robin, or Chuck Norris in Sidekicks. Cheesy tends to work well sometimes if done correctly. I’m hoping that this portrayal of Bucky and Captain America turns out well.
What do you guys think? Is this going to be as good of a pairing as whiskey and coke??
Check out the photo of Bucky as well as some hydra soldiers and Red Skull before his disfigurement after the jump!