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The hype train is speeding up leading to the release of [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409) next May, and with so many characters and moving pieces involved (as well as filming locations), fans have been scouring every set pic they can get to glean clues about the upcoming movie.

The latest batch of set photos come to us via CBM from Berlin, which, judging from the newspapers in the pictures, is doubling for Romania. In it, Sebastian Stan a.k.a. Bucky Barnes a.k.a. The Winter Soldier, is wearing some nondescript civvies rather than his "I'm here to wreck sh*t and murder things" assassin gear.

It's similar to the outfit we saw him wearing at the end of [Captain America: The Winter Soldier](tag:254973) to go incognito through the Smithsonian's Captain America exhibit. Same jacket and a very similar black hat, possibly even the same black T-shirt:

End scene of Captain America: The Winter Soldier
End scene of Captain America: The Winter Soldier

But more than that, it is definitely what he's wearing in the post-credits scene of Ant-Man, where we see him asking Steve and Sam for help.

In any case, he definitely looks much healthier in these new pictures than he did in the above post-credits scene with Cap and Falcon, so we can hazard a guess that these are taken shortly before he gets trapped by...well, we're not quite sure yet.

This next picture is also interesting, as it certainly looks like that might be Natasha in that middle frame below, doesn't it?

Long-time comic book fans know that Bucky Barnes and Natasha Romanoff a.k.a. Black Widow were deeply in love at one point, and it's a relationship that frankly makes much more sense than her current relationship with Bruce Banner, sweet as it is.

Similar height and build to Scarlett Johansson, in any case, and it's the right hair color and style. You have to wonder if, at some point, Captain America and Falcon enlist her help in tracking down Bucky.

The plot thickens!

Captain America: Civil War hits theaters on May 6th, 2016.


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