Ok, so the moment everyone has been waiting for is finally here! “Captain America: Civil War” trailer details which are currently spread all over the net has just got something called “a huge revelation” about it. It’s not the trailer but the second best thing you will find on the net today, its detailed description. Read On!
According to Reddit, a user just posted the entire trailer’s description with an obvious spoiler warning. This trailer description is for the one that will be attached to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and is currently one of the most talked about trailer on the net.
According to the description, the trailer opens in an African market where a few Avengers are on site trying to trace a potential bomb. Falcon is able to trace it and moves swiftly towards it while Black Widow runs too just in case Falcon needs help. Cut to the first look of Crossbones who definitely is not happy to meet Captain America again. He throws a bomb at Captain, which makes him lose his shield, and is now engaged in a hand-to-hand combat with the villain. In between their little fight, Crossbones also hints that he knows where Bucky is, which means he is the one who trapped Bucky’s arm in that machine that we saw in the post credits scene of “Ant-Man.”
Then there are brief glimpses of the Vision sitting, Black Panther fighting Captain America, a bruised up Tony Stark suiting up in a bulky armor (possibly the Bleeding Edge) and wishing to punch Steve in his perfect teeth in a conference room. The trailer also is very Captain America centric as the veteran Avenger gets to show just how powerful he really is as he holds onto a helicopter and prevents it from taking off. We also get to see more from the “Ant-Man” post-credits scene where Bucky recalls an old story and convinces Steve that he has indeed regained his memory.
Scott Lang adds the humor in the trailer when he gets to fan boy over Captain America, after having been recruited in the team and awkwardly shakes his hand while touching his chest in excitement. Finally, as the two teams line-up to fight, Hawkeye asks a pinned down Black Widow if they are still friends, to which she responds that it all depends on how hard he will hit her.
Vox added how “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” are trying to set up a platform for “Captain America: Civil War.” The TV show that used its “Inhumans” storyline to set up the “Civil War” story shows one side believing that the Inhumans should be put in a medically induced Coma while the others believe that it would be highly inappropriate to do something like that.
“Captain America: Civil War” will release next year on May 6th.
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