Most, if not all, of the Marvel movies after credit scene gives us tiny hints as to what we can expect on their next movie. That said, one wouldn’t be surprised that Peyton Reed’s “Ant-Man” gave us a glimpse to what we could all look forward to in the next movie, “Captain America: Civil War.”
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The ending credit scene shows Captain America (Chris Evans), the Falcon (Anthony Mackie), and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) in a dimly light, bunker type cell. We find Barnes’ metallic arm is caught in a kind of vice while the two Avengers are having a serious discussion.
The momentary exchange of lines between Steve Rodgers and Sam Wilson was primarily concerned with helping the ex-Winter Soldier. Here Rodgers teased us with a line stating that their circumstance would have been easier a week before. The talk also mentions Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) possibly assisting them in freeing Barnes. However, Captain America was adamant that Stark wouldn’t be able to help them due to the “accords” and that they would have to do this alone. Since they’re at a dead end with Stark, Falcon mentions that he knows a guy that could possible help them.
From the scene that was depicted, a number of questions would quickly arise: First, what happened to Bucky’s arm? Second, what is or are the accords? Finally, who is this “guy” Wilson mentions?
Though there weren’t specific mentions as to how Bucky was found in such a dire circumstance, Stan gave a puzzling statement in an interview with BuzzFeed.
“I think [what Bucky was caught in was] more of a vise, but it would never happen at his own hand, by his own doing.”
With regards to the accords, it could very well be the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s equivalent of the Superhero Registration Act (SRA), as reported by Cinema Blend.
The brief summary of the SRA is that, it is an act that requires all individuals with super powers to register under the government.
The third issue might pass as a no brainer given that the scene was presented under the “Ant-Man” movie but you may have to think twice. Beyond the scene’s placement in the movie and another scene showing that Falcon was looking for Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man, the “guy” the Falcon was referring to hasn’t been confirmed.
If Sam Wilson was really referring to Scott Lang, then what do you think can the Ant-Man do in order to save Bucky’s Arm? Is this the plot entry for the Giant-Man? Also, who might Sebastian Stan be referring to in his answer in the interview? Leave your opinions below and let’s have a little discussion.
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