Get ready for a super brawl in CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

“I was wrong about you. The whole world was wrong about you.”

At the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron teammates Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) and Steve Rogers ask Captain America (Chris Evans) were still friends but in the upcoming third and final film in the Captain America trilogy appropriately titled CIVIL WAR (after the comic its loosely based on) the two icons are at serious odds. Following the destruction and mayhem caused by the Avengers over the years, the world decides that super heroes must be held accountable for their actions. Enter Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross (William Hurt), you might remember him from THE INCREDIBLE HULK (2008). Ross is now Secretary of State and on a mission to get control over super heroes who he and the public consider to be dangerous vigilantes. This forces Tony Stark to rethink his views on being a rebel super hero that answers to noone. He soon decides to join up with Ross’ side but Steve still doesn’t trust the idea due to his past with HYDRA and their secret infiltration inside SHIELD for most of the 20th century. He’s also occupied with seeking out his best friend Bucky (Sebastian Stan), who reemerged as the super deadly assassin known as The Winter Soldier. The division within The Avengers will see them face something they never expected: each other.

Fans are super excited about the many new faces in this installment including the debut of T’Challa aka Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), an African prince who’s reason for involvement in the story isn’t 100% clear yet. The most anticipated character is none other than a certain Wallcrawling Webhead (Tom Holland), who is finally joining his family in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Captain America: Civil War is going to take us all on one extremely thrilling action packed ride in May.





Editor-In-Chief of The Grindhouse Cinema Database and Furious Cinema. Pete is an avid movie geek who enjoys everything from wild n' crazy exploitation and cult films to popular mainstream classics.

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