That’s one heck of a plan, and while Olsen’s comments about Captain America: Civil War being “darker” are a little concerning, it’s hard not to have faith in The Russos after their work on Captain America: The Winter Soldier!
Via ComicBookMovie.com we have a new leaked promo pic which supposedly reveals Team Captain America for the upcoming highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War.
With principal photography having wrapped a few weeks ago, there are no location shots from which to glean information about Captain America: Civil War, so the wider world has to rely on the actors talking about the movie. However, according to Birth Movie Death, there isn’t going to be a Superhuman Registration Act.
First off, the way that the movie and the comic will kick off, although the pattern and the story lines are similar.
The Accords were mentioned in the post-credits scene for Ant-Man and revolve around the supervision of superheroes. This comes about due to another worldwide incident that will occur at the beginning of the film, which results in a lot of damage and destruction. Will it just be Iron Man fueled by his belief that signing up for the Superhero Registration Act will fix everything?
Jeremy Renner, who portrays Hawkeye in the “Avengers” series, revealed some concept art for “Captain America: Civil War“.
Instead, Birth Movies Death posits that the film, with the worldwide incident in the beginning of the film, and with a new government body to watch over the actions of the superhero community, and with no S.H.I.E.L.D. around, the whole crux of the movie will be revolving around the idea of “responsibility” within and without the superhero community. It will be “Should superheroes be free to do as they please, ubermenschen inflicting their will on the world?” However, the character was pulled out of the film. In the comic books, a catastrophic event in Stamford, Connecticut, leaves more than 600 civilians dead, and the public believes superheroes are the ones to blame.
What do you guys think?