‘Captain America: Civil War’: Leaked Promo Art Shows Captain America and Iron Man Declaring War!
So a new promo art of “Captain America: Civil War” has leaked and in every way it denotes what the movie stands for, warring allies! The leaked promo art shows both Captain America and Iron Man declaring war on each other as they lock their eyes on each other and get ready to charge.
According to Movie Pilot, literally the two “Avengers” heavyweights and former allies will be going full ballistic at each other with fists of fury, insubordination and disagreement. After already having done that in the comic book, it was only a matter of time that fans got to see the two Marvel titans fighting on-screen.
There have been multiple instances where Steve and Tony have had their disagreements. They have argued quite a few times, but the opportunity that “Captain America: Civil War” is offering both of them is something which is unparalleled. A chance to get even, a chance to prove that their belief is correct.
So if “Avengers” saw Steve and Tony argue over each other’s personality and backstory and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” saw Tony pulling Steve’s leg in the beginning and arguing over why they really fight, “Captain America: Civil War” will see both of them bleed until one of them falls.
Our guess is Captain America’s side will have more weightage because Captain is known to think rationally. It was when compared to Tony who has showed his immature side quite a few times. To be completely honest why would Captain turn rebellious and go against his own government, the one he has been helping since the World War days? He surely will see something, which is not in the interest of America and its citizens thus this Anti-Registration side.
Cinema Blend added that the Russo Brothers while visiting a community college in Cleveland revealed that after a few special effects are added in, the official trailer of “Captain America: Civil War” will release and will be enjoyed by all.
“Captain America: Civil War” is scheduled to release on May 6, 2016.
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