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Sebastian Stan Recalls Being ‘Terrified’ While Performing Captain America: Civil War Fight Scenes With Chadwick Boseman

CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Having been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a decade, Sebastian Stan has done just about everything when it comes to fight sequences. The actor has had to learn fight choreography for a number of big moments, such as Bucky Barnes and Black Panther’s tussles in Captain America: Civil War. The scenes are filled with tension and add plenty of drama to the emotionally heavy film. While Stan had already performed a number of fights by that point, it turns out he was actually “terrified” when it came to performing those scenes with late friend and co-star Chadwick Boseman.
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A New Civil War Documentary Shows the Limits of Letting Everyone Talk

Documentarian Rachel Boynton’s Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are is the latest well-meaning attempt to get to the bottom of our great national disagreement over the meaning of the events of 1861–65. Watching it, I realized how completely done I am with the last decade of polite liberal discourse about the Civil War, Reconstruction, and slavery. I say this as a frequent participant: I am just not sure what all this talking has done.
Fayetteville, NCFayetteville Observer

Civil War history center in Fayetteville celebrates village opening

The North Carolina Civil War & Reconstruction History Center marked the end of one phase of its development and the beginning of another on Friday. Fayetteville and Cumberland County officials joined state officials and supporters of the center at a groundbreaking ceremony. The event celebrated the opening of the center’s History Village and marked the beginning of work on an outdoor education pavilion and a boardwalk.
Louisiana StateHouma Courier

Lincoln’s 'laboratory': How emancipation spread across South Louisiana during Civil War

As the country celebrates Juneteenth on Saturday, Louisiana will join, but its Union occupation and early abolition of slavery led to a unique local history of emancipation. Juneteenth, the most popular national holiday celebrating the end of chattel slavery in the South, is celebrated on June 19 each year in commemoration of the day in 1865 that some of the last enslaved people in Texas learned of the end of the Civil War.
Texas Statespectrumlocalnews.com

Civil War reenactor portrays Juneteenth Major General in Galveston

GALVESTON, Texas — Dr. Stephen Duncan is preparing to don the general’s outfit for the sixth year in a row during Galveston’s 156th Juneteenth Celebration. As one of the few Union soldier Civil War reenactors in the state of Texas, Galveston’s Historical Foundation leans on him to portray Major General Gordon Granger for the event every year. That means Dr. Duncan gets to read the general order Granger brought with him to Galveston that informed the enslaved people of their freedom. It’s a role he said he’s honored to play.