We just saw the first ever footage of Captain America: Civil War (Wired UK)


We’re here at the D23 Expo in California, where Disney is showing its upcoming slate of films – including animation, live-action, Marvel and Star Wars. 

Though the Avengers couldn’t get any busier? Think again. At Disney’s D23 Expo in California, WIRED was in the audience as Marvel showed the first footage for next year’s Captain America: Civil War. And boy, is the Marvel Cinematic Universe getting busy. Expect the trailer to be published online soon, but in the mean time, here’s what happens: 

The footage – introduced by Marvel head Kevin Fiege, Anthony “Falcon” Mackie and Captain America himself, kicked off with a chase sequence in a dusty square. Falcon starts off tracking a bomber with a new remote controlled RedWing drone (his suit’s got an upgrade) before launching into pursuit. Pretty soon the bomber is revealed as Crossbones (“this is for crushing me with a building” he quips, in a fight with Cap.) Crossbones hints that he knows the location of Bucky – the aforementioned Winter Soldier – which led into the post-credits sequence from this summer’s Ant-Man.

The footage then turned into more of a trailer, heavy on the heroes: Widow, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Vision, Scarlett Witch and Iron Man, who doesn’t seem pleased to see Cap: “Sometimes I want to punch you in your perfect teeth.” The storyline hints at rounding up those with super powers, before showing off a sequence of fight scenes. Among them: a brief glimpse of Black Panther (no Spider-Man) before an Avengers-on-Avengers fight scene, including a bout between Widow and Hawkeye. “We’re still friends right?” “It depends on how hard you hit me.” 

But the highlight: the very funny introduction of Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man, who fanboys when meeting Captain America, “thinks for thanking of me”. (He turns then to Scarlett Witch: “I know you too, you’re great.”) 

One big question: a brief glimpse of casket being carried up a church aisle. Could we about to be one Avengers down? 

Captain America: Civil War is out on 29 April 2016

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15 August 2015 | 7:05 pm – Source: wired.co.uk


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