It looks like our speculation has been right on. The third and possibly final sequel for Marvel's Captain America will mark the beginning of a Civil War.
Marvel unveiled the new subtitle earlier today at a press event (at first teasing that it would be called Serpent Society). And the plot will almost certainly pit Captain America (still played by Chris Evans) against Iron Man (RDJ, of course).
Kevin Feige also announced that the movie will not be completely faithful to the Civil War story from 2006 that it is based on. But we pretty much saw this coming, since it's unlikely we'll see any characters from the Spider-Man, Punisher or Fantastic Four movies creeping into the MCU (though Marvel is reportedly trying to make it happen).
We also know that Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, will be returning to direct Civil War. Which is definitely a relief, considering 'Winter Soldier' was such a critical and audience success.
And that's not all Marvel unveiled. They also confirmed several other movies that will be rolling out: Captain Marvel (the Carol Danvers version), a third Thor movie ('Ragnarok'), The Inhumans (coming in 2018), Black Panther (who will officially be played by Chadwick Boseman), and two more Avengers movies ('Infinity War' parts 1 and 2).
Basically, Marvel is not finished with us yet. Here's their release schedule:
May 5, 2015 – Avengers: Age Of Ultron
July 17, 2015 – Ant-Man
May 6, 2016 – Captain America: Civil War
November 4, 2016 – Doctor Strange
May 5, 2017 – Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 (previously July 28, 2017)
July 28, 2017 – Thor: Ragnarok
November 3, 2017 – Black Panther
May 4, 2018 – Avengers: Infinity War – Part I
July 6, 2018 – Captain Marvel
November 2, 2018 – The Inhumans
May 3, 2019 – Avengers: Infinity War – Part II
Captain America: Civil War forces you to take a side May 6, 2016
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