“Captain America: Civil War” will mark the first battle between Captain America and Iron Man, the co-leaders of “Avengers” and the friction between them will definitely be one of the major selling points for the film. Recently a little clip from the movie was shown at CineEurope and it was the same friction between the two characters that was highlighted in the clip.
According to Comic Book Resources who quoted a report from The Hollywood Reporter stated that Disney decided to do something similar to what Warner Bros. did at CineEurope. Warner Bros. gave a little sneak peek of their upcoming movies “Suicide Squad” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” at the presentation. Following the suit, Disney screened a little footage from “Captain America: Civil War” and “Doctor Strange” and it is being reported that one major highlight of the sneak peek was the friction between Captain America and Iron Man which will be pretty evident in the upcoming movie.
Co-director Joe Russo who was present at the screening stated that the movie’s plot will revolve around the collateral damage that will be caused by the “Avengers” when they are on a mission and following that, there will be an act that will be passed requiring all the Superheroes to register for it. The act has been titled “Superhero Registration Act” with Iron Man supporting it and Captain America not supporting it. Perhaps after having known that this act will be regulating superhero’s movements and deem them necessary or not will instigate Captain America to go rebellious.
Robert Downey Jr. who was also present at the screening said that there will be sides and an epic battle will ensue between them. On the other hand, no clip for “Doctor Strange” was shown but people who were present at the venue got to see artist impressions of Benedict Cumberbatch. Kevin Fiege who sent a voice message stated that Benedict will bring an emotional structure to the role. “Captain America: Civil War” will be releasing next year on May 6 while “Doctor Strange” will release in November 4.
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