Everyone is aware of Marvel’s movies that usually contain some sort of connection between them, so why do anything different this time! The studio first introduced “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Iron Man” and “Thor” eventually, merging them into “Avengers.” Clearly the three stories were going to lead to the bigger one. So when you have a highly anticipated movie like “Captain America: Civil War” coming out next year, what do you do? Use the predecessor “Avengers: Age of Ultron” to help promote it. Marvel did just that.
According to Comicbook.com, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” will be hitting Blu-ray on October 2nd and this has presented itself as a perfect opportunity for Marvel to further promote “Captain America: Civil War” and give more hints to the connection. “Captain America: Civil War” is said to have more Avengers than the “Avengers” movie itself and naturally will be a very important player in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As mentioned earlier, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” did leave some clues for fans to what they should be expecting in the next movie. The wood cutting scene where Steve and Tony are involved in an argument was the first clue towards the next movie, and for real Marvel fans, it was a tiny simulation as to what would an argument between the two “Avengers” titans would look like. Further, the “Avengers” Twitter account recently posted two posts that present “Avengers: Age of Ultron” as a literal walk-in to “Captain America: Civil War.”
According to the Twitter post, the first one has a line “What Ultron tore asunder will never be truly healed” written along with an image that mentions Iron Man as The Mind and Captain America as The Heart. Second post is the wood cutting scene described earlier. The perfect description for the scene has been attached to it. The line reads “The rift between brothers begins.”
Both the posts hint at the fact that the two “brothers” will be at loggerheads soon just because they have different opinions. “Captain America: Civil War” will really tear the “Avengers” into two halves and make them clash until they realize who the real villain is.
We Got This Covered added that the only thing remaining now is a high definition trailer that Marvel should release so that loyal Marvel fans can dissect every single frame of it. We can all hope that a trailer will release in the coming few weeks until “Avengers: Age of Ultron” Blu-ray release does its bit. “Captain America: Civil War” will release on May 6th next year.
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