Captain America: Civil War Will Turn Avengers Against Each Other

Posted: Aug 18 2015, 9:00am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

Captain America: Civil War will Turn Avengers Against Each Other
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  • Captain America: Civil War will turn the Avengers against each other!

Chris Evans sat down with EW to talk about his upcoming movie and how it differs from other Marvel movies.

The movie Captain America: Civil War will hit theatres on the 6th of May 2016. The star Chris Evans is already excited and shared his thoughts with EW. In the interview Evans shared the film has a different vibe from other Marvel films. Evans was joined by co-star Anthony Mackie who plays Falcon. The pair flew in from Germany where they are currently filming.

According to Evans in the majority of Marvel action films the right and wrong is clear. But in the upcoming film Civil War there is no right and wrong. The whole movie deals with the idea of opinions. Evans also revealed the division of opinions will divide the Avengers. The Avengers will be pitted against each other. Thus the title of the film Captain America: Civil War.

Chris Evans also shared how he is envious of his co-star Mackie’s role. Evans shared although he is titular character the role of Falcon is way cooler in his estimation. Evans stated fans will have to wait until they see the trailer. Falcon apparently has a sweet pair of wings which the Captain wishes were his.

The character of the Falcon is a former paratrooper. The Falcon has a pair of wings with speed equal to speed jests. Evans joked why play the King of the film, when the King’s brother has better perks. Mackie also joked he wishes he could shove Iron Man off an island. So there would be only one flying Avenger.

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