‘Captain America – Civil War’ Spoiler: Do We Know Who Dies?

By Ila Samant | 1 year ago
‘Captain America – Civil War’ Spoiler: Do We Know Who Dies?

There are major rumors and speculations about the character that will die in “Captain America – Civil War.” To fuel the fire, a secret source revealed the mystery. Major spoiler alert! Read on if you are curious enough.

Marvel Studios’ much awaited 3D superhero flick “Captain America – Civil War” has been scheduled to hit the theatres on May 6, 2016. Fans are engrossed in major debates and predictions about the series that will come for the last time. Ready for the grand reveal?


Well, it might come as a surprise to many, but the answer would be – T’Chaka.

Heroic Hollywood reported that Black Panther’s daddy, the character that will be played by Chadwick Boseman, would definitely be toe-tagged this time.

Call it sadistic pleasure or the most generous act of keeping the surprise intact for you, but Hollywood’s super scooper Umberto Gonzales isn’t yet up for revealing ‘whens and hows’ of this incident.

Now you can sit again with your gang over a cup of coffee speculating how and where will the plot be propelled after the death of the  Chieftan of Wakanda.

Alisha Grauso from Movie Pilot guessed that Andy Serkis’ Ulysses Klaue, who is the one to kill T’Chaka in the comic books, possibly has a cameo here, even if just in name. Is that a possibility you considered as well? Or your gut feeling is completely out of the box predicting someone else’s demise altogether?

Anthony and Joe Russo began developing this project around late 2013. The flick will be seen to proceed from the premise of “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” when due to collateral damage the politicians took to creating a governing body to determine when to seek help from the Avengers, which results in fracturing the team.

Be ready for some super twists this time!

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