‘Captain America: Civil War’ Shoots Are Going Global
Fans are getting really excited over Captain America and Iron Man going head to head in the third installment “Captain America: Civil War.” However, it would appear that there’s more to the movie as the Russo brothers are planning to make things even more interesting as they plan to shoot it on multiple locations in different countries. Read on for the full details of this scoop.
Russo Brothers, Joe and Anthony, left a lot of viewers with their mouths gaping at the end of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” If it weren’t for the TV series “Agents of SHIELD,” fans would definitely be clamoring over what’s to come for the private security organization and the all American superhero — Steve Rogers played by Chris Evans. Lots of things left the fans hanging when the credits started rolling: What was Cap going to do after SHIELD supposedly got dissolved? Falcon came with him, right? What’s next for Bucky? Those questions can only be answered once everybody sees the turnout for the third film, “Captain America: Civil War.” Plus, it appears that directors Joe and Anthony Russo are prepping for shooting locations that are outside the borders of United States.
Cinema Blend revealed that “Captain America: Civil War” directors are plotting to shoot not only in one international location but two, aside from the Land of the Free. Apparently, they are planning to shoot the film this year in Puerto Rico and Germany. This is according to actor Anthony Mackie, who played the role of Falcon/Sam Wilson in the film. The actor freely expressed the initial plans of the film for this 2015 as he also confirmed the return of his character during his appearance on a Chicago Road Show to promote his upcoming film “Black or White.”
“We start shooting in April. So, it’s gonna be a lot of flying and fighting for about five months,” the actor excitedly said.
Moreover, he added the specifics that they will be shooting in Berlin of Germany and Atlanta in the US.
Such information are definitely adding to the appeal that “Captain America: Civil War” is turning out to be. With the confirmed opposing encounter between Chris Evan’s Captain America and Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man adding to the actual plot of the film, it’s safe to expect another shock-inducing sequel by the Russo Brothers.
Marvel slated “Captain America: Civil War” to be released on theaters on May 6, 2016.
That ends our scoop regarding the “Captain America: Civil War” international shooting locations. Keep tabs on Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates on upcoming films.
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