‘Captain America: Civil War:’ Captain America Might Die But Will Eventually Be Resurrected By Doctor Strange!
Just days after Black Widow’s death was rumored to happen in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War,” latest rumors suggest that Marvel is going to adapt one major incident from the Civil War storyline and give it their own twist. Much like the comic book, Steve Rogers will meet his death in the movie too but will eventually be resurrected by the Sorcerer Supreme.
According to Yibada, it was believed until now that once Steve is dead, either Bucky or Sam Wilson will take up the Captain America mettle in honor of Steve’s memory, however, if he was to come back from the dead then that’s a completely different story.
Recent rumors suggest that the resulting battle between Captain America and Iron Man will result in the former’s death, however, with Benedict Cumberbatch making a grand entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with “Doctor Strange,” things are about to change. It is being said that after Steve’s death in the battle, Doctor Strange would make an appearance in the post-credits scene and being the Sorcerer Supreme that he is, will resurrect him using mystic arts.
Since next year, Doctor Strange has his own solo adventure to take care of, by the time events of “Captain America: Civil War” finish and if they were to fall on the same timeline as the events of “Doctor Strange,” Stephen Strange will already have gained the Sorcerer form so it wouldn’t be that hard to resurrect a true patriot.
Even before this when Agent Phil Coulson was killed off in “Avengers,” he was resurrected for “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D,” so it shouldn’t be that surprising if another hero is brought from the dead.
Besides this, Chris Evans has already indicated that if Marvel wants him for movies, he is there to do it. As of now, he is contracted to play the part till “Avengers: Infinity War- Part I.”
Comicbook.com added that Russo Brothers recently brought with them a trailer of their upcoming movie “Captain America: Civil War” when they visited Cleveland for a film event. The trailer was very much similar to the one that was shown at the D23 Disney Expo back in August.
Its just a matter of time till the entire world sees it if the trailer officially debuts with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” on December 18th.
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