Recently, Chris Evans was spotted on the sets of upcoming film “Captain America: Civil War” near the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. He was sporting civilian clothes, which means that he was shooting for scenes as Steve Rogers. However, new photos have more than just Steve Rogers in action. Read on for more details.
According to Coming Soon, the recently released set photos show stuntmen of Evans, Sebastian Stan, who’s playing Winter Soldier, and Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa in action. The major highlight of the scene is that it also gives you the first look of Black Panther’s costume in the movie. In the set photos, one can see the stuntmen of Boseman and Stan standing together on one edge of the building and Evans is on the other side in full Captain America gear.
Judging from the photos it seems like Captain America, Black Panther and the Winter Soldier have joined forces and swing in action all of a sudden. Other set photos show Captain America jumping from the building top and the two doing the same. Anthony Mackie, who’s playing Falcon, was seen in civilian clothes. Maybe in the scene he is providing with ground support for the mission.
It should also be noted be that this is the first time that the Winter Soldier aka Bucky Barnes is not fighting Captain America, maybe after the post credits scene shown in “Ant-Man” where Winter Soldier was shown struggling because his arm was caught in the heavy machine. He had Evans and Mackie looking at him, chances are they must have helped him get out of that. It must have led to the Winter Soldier thinking over the fact that maybe Steve is not an enemy after all.
No matter what Bucky feels, Captain America must feel really good about this since he has his oldest friend by his side once again. He will make sure that nothing happens to him otherwise he might lose him again. “Captain America: Civil War” will see the superheroes divided because of the Superhero Registration Act, which will lead to a battle between them without realizing that an actual enemy is out there.
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