Published in the Boston Phoenix on December 18,
Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, but they have something equally as exciting brewing for next year. As was confirmed in lateCaptain America 3 will be titled Captain America: Civil War, and will feature heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe clashing with other heroes over a very divisive issue that could determine their entire future as costumed vigilantes.
What do we know so far? Read on to find out! What follows does contain major spoilers for The Avengers: According to an official press releasethe movie will begin with Captain America leading the new team of Avengers around the globe and stopping threats. Unfortunately, one stop on this tour leads to an international incident involving a good deal of collateral damage.
The Directors Though they went into making Captain America: The Winter Soldier with zero blockbuster directing experiencebrothers Joe and Anthony Russo absolutely blew audiences away in with their first Marvel film — and it came as a surprise to nobody when news came around that the studio wanted them back for Captain America 3.
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In the Civil War crossover comic book arc, Captain America was eventually driven underground and seen as a fugitive in the eyes of Iron Man and S. Along with other heroes opposing Superhero Registration, Cap led a resistance movement, leading to both guerrilla attacks and all-out battles with Iron Man and his allies.
Civil War be will staying, but we can probably assume that the basics here will all be featured. But that was before the trauma. There is an argument to be made that Stark is actually the real villain of Age of Ultron - and that very much sets things in motion for his behavior in Captain America: In the Civil War comics, Tony Stark actually made himself the face of the Superhero Registration Act, feeling an immense guilt for the lives lost due to the recklessness of powered individuals.
Civil War will be similar to the part in the comics played by Spider-Man. In the source material, the web-slinger found himself caught in the middle of the debate between Captain America and Iron Man, torn between both sides. Falcon Sam Wilson a.
Falcon has come a long way since we first met him jogging around Washington D. Unfortunately, that means that he is going to be embroiled in the entire mess within Captain America: Civil War and the debate over the Superhero Registration Act.
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