‘Captain America: Civil War’ will Show more of Winter Soldier’s Story

By Anshul Hardikar | 2 years ago
‘Captain America: Civil War’ will Show more of Winter Soldier’s Story

Ever since the trailer released, “Captain America: Civil War” has shown itself to be centered around Bucky’s character and how Captain will be doing everything in his power to keep the Government and former allies away from him. Now in a recent interview, Sebastian Stan who plays Bucky has himself confirmed that “Captain America: Civil War” will be showing what his character has been up to.

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According to Comicbook, Sebastian Stan in an interview stated that the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” will show more of the Winter Soldier’s past and what has he been up to since his last appearance in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” I

f you might remember in the end of the previous movie, Bucky was still in the brainwashed state when he saved Captain from the crashing helicarrier and in the post-credits scene he started to put the pieces together when he visited the old history museum and saw a picture of his and Captain’s.

Stan also stated that it wouldn’t be easy for Bucky to learn what he has done as a brainwashed assassin ever since he fell from the train in “Captain America: The First Avenger.” However, he cleverly dodged the question when he was asked if his character is responsible for the death of Howard Stark? Without giving away too much, he said the Winter Soldier has been a trouble for a lot of people.

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Perhaps it’s because of this trouble, “Captain America: Civil War” trailer shows soldiers firing at him and as Captain mentions they have been ordered by the Government to not leave him alive when he reaches there beforehand to save him.

Screen Rant too added that “Captain America: Civil War” will focus heavily on Bucky’s journey as an assassin and how he will be dealing with things post recovery. “Ant-Man” too had a post-credits scene, which was basically one of the early scenes from “Captain America: Civil War.” The movie will release on May 6, 2016.

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Anshul studied Journalism and Broadcasting before venturing out in Online Media. He likes to read, write and travel when he is not working. He has been a full-time writer for MNG since May 2015.