“Captain America: Civil War” will witness Steve Rogers aka Captain America’s continued efforts to bring peace and maintain order in the world with his new “Avengers” team that everyone saw at the end of “Avengers: Age of Ultron”. However, there are times when things don’t go as planned and you find yourself in thick soup or rather situations where there’s no talk. The superhero team will find themselves in the same situation and following a proposal by the government, which will come in the form of a Registration Act, allies will see themselves divided and forming two teams. Recent updates finally reveal both the Pro and Anti Registration teams.
According to Heroic Hollywood, some heroes might just surprise you by the sides they are on. The Anti and Pro Registration teams that will be led by former “Avengers” allies Captain America and Iron Man respectively will turn into an epic battle ground as the heroes instead of fighting real threat will quarrel who is right and who is not. The Anti Registration side is mainly opposing because they don’t want a governing body that will regulate superhero movements and tell them when they are needed and when they are not.
Since there’s already so many bad events happening, they think they are needed all the time and need to be on toes 24 hours. The team members who will decide to fight by Captain America are loyal friend Falcon, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man and finally Bucky Barnes aka Winter Soldier who seems to have recuperated from his brainwashed state and decide to help World War buddy and best friend Steve. Since Hawkeye and Ant-Man have families who they really care about, it’s natural for them to not reveal anything about themselves by signing the Superhero Registration Act. Scarlet Witch who along with her deceased brother Quicksilver saw the great and idealistic man Steve was back in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” will automatically swear allegiance to the super soldier.
Iron Man supporters need not worry since the self obsessed billionaire will also have quite the muscle on his side. Amongst the ones supporting him are The Vision, Spider Man, War Machine and surprisingly Black Widow. Even though she has had a long history of fighting along side Captain America, she better have a good reason to not support him this time. Maybe she is tired of superheroes and wants them regulated, which will make her join the Pro side. Spider-Man who will be a high school going Peter Parker also looks shady since he changed his alliance after talking to Captain America back in the “Civil War” comics. Black Panther has been revealed as neutral in the movie and what side will Hulk be on is yet to be revealed.
With this kind of line up, one should expect a magnanimous battle on the silver screen next year when it hits theater on May 6th.
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