The time is here for fans to bid adieu to MARVEL’s Phase Two and embrace Phase Three. In line with this, MARVEL recently released a featurette from “Captain America: Civil War” that describes a lot of the behind the scenes action and what fans can expect in Phase Three.
According to Melty, the featurette begins with the film’s co-director, Joe Russo,explaining what he and his brother, Anthony Russo, are bringing to this movie.
According to the him, “Captain America: Civil War” looks at the repercussions of all the MARVEL movies until now, most especially the repercussions of the actions of the Avengers in “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, as it showed that they had complete autonomy to operate however they want to. Now, the government is trying to put an official check on this.
The government’s side is pretty clear-just because the Avengers are saving the world and are being first responders to any threat, it doesn’t necessarily meant that they should be the only ones doing it.
This is also about superheroes not acting as vigilantes anymore, but instead, being registered with the government, because any operation, which is carried out without government supervision or approval, implies that the superheroes are taking the law in their own hands.
Based on this situation, Captain America or Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) thinks that there is one course of action that should be taken, while Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) believes that there’s another way to go about this, which is where the entire disagreement starts. The relationship between the Avengers and the brotherly relationship between Steve and Tony then then get dragged in.
As almost everyone is fighting in this movie, the makers wanted someone who could act as a neutral party, which is where the Black Panther comes in.
He is shrouded in mystery and what her really believes in will be seen in the movie.
Chris Evans added that the movie is not about heroes versus heroes, but that it’s about family.
The featurette ends with Joe mentioning that “Captain America: Civil War” will change the way fans look at both Captain America and Iron Man and nothing will remain the same.
All of this, according to Coming Soon, is in a special disc in the Phase Two boxed set, which also shows exclusive bonus material.
“Captain America: Civil War” will release next year on May 6, 206.
Check out the featurette here:
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