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New Captain America: Civil War Trailer Reveals Cool Characters

Promo image for Captain America: Civil War trailer

What Did You Think of the New Captain America: Civil War Trailer?

The long-awaited new Captain America: Civil War trailer is out, and we finally have a glimpse into the upcoming movie the fans are extremely excited about. The movie is scheduled for release on May 6, 2016.
The movie takes places after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, which resulted in huge collateral damage around the world (which usually happens when superheroes fight to defend the humanity.) However, this potential for large-scale destruction has caused politicians form a governing body to restrict the independence of the Avengers and other superheroes during the times they fight to save the world. Now, two opposing factions emerge – one led by Steve Rogers, Captain America, who wishes to operate without regulation, and the other one is headed by Tony Stark, who supports government oversight. These two factions clash, leading to the titular civil war in the movie.

The first trailer showed us the Avengers we are already used to seeing – Captain America, Tony Stark, Black Widow, etc, but with the new Civil War trailer, we really get to see new and newer members on the team. We see Black Panther in action for the first time, chasing after Bucky, who then proceeds to fight Iron Man and War Machine. We also get glimpses of what appears to be Scarlet Witch attacking Vision, which may be interesting, especially if they pursue a romance between the two as in the comics. And in the end, the character the fans have been anticipating the most finally appears – the new Spider-Man played by actor Tom Holland, who enters the fray with simple words: “Hey everyone.”

Spider man in the new Captain America: Civil War trailer

The trailer looks great and promises a movie full of action and surprises. Come May, you can bet we’ll be in the opening night line for Captain America: Civil War.

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