‘Captain America: Civil War:’ An Important Clue about Scarlet Witch that Many missed
The trailer has already taken the Internet by storm ever since it released and has been in middle of several discussions with fanboys trying to figure out every segment of the trailer. Though so many prying eyes have been on the trailer, there’s a minute detail that many missed.
According to Vox, the little detail is in fact in the scene where General Ross appears to be talking about vigilantes to Captain America. The scene shows General Ross walking in and mentioning that how the superheroes have operated with unlimited power and no supervision, it might seem that it is Captain who is being lectured about vigilantes but after taking a close look at the scene again, it is actually Scarlet Witch who seems to be taking all the hearing. If you stop the trailer at the right moment you will see a hand with painted nails and numerous rings being given the “Sokovia Accords,” cinematic version of the Superhero Registration Act.
Since the first on-set photos also had Scarlet Witch in action, there’s a possibility that the mission where things go horribly wrong will see Scarlet Witch being one of the reason and that’s why she is being cornered here. Besides that, it wouldn’t really make sense to talk about vigilantes and that too with Captain since he has been fighting for a very long time and on multiple occasions has used unconventional methods to protect and defend his country.
What this scene proves is Scarlet Witch could be one of the very first members to join the Captain America side once the official conflict takes off. This should also finally answer what side she is on and it is also certain she isn’t the one who will be changing sides despite popular beliefs.
Screen Rant reported that “Captain America: Civil War” will tell more of Bucky’s story and as to what he has been up to ever since he lost contact with Steve in “Captain America: The First Avenger.” He will be trying to figure out and join the pieces of puzzle together, which he will be successful in since he remembers everything.
“Captain America: Civil War” will release on May 6th next year.
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