Every comic reader who has read Civil War needs to realize that not every fantastic moment that happened in the comics is going to be able to happen in the movie Captain America: Civil War. However, there are just a few moments that need to happen in this film, because they are just too awesome to skip out on.
1. The Meeting
There is this awesome moment in the Civil War series where Iron Man and Captain America meet with each other in the now-demolished Avengers Mansion. They talk very tensely about their situation and their separate views, and then they slowly start reminiscing about their past. They discuss a time that they fought, I believe because one thought that the other was an imposter. The picture shown above is them, almost friends again, talking about how easily they made up. This scene is amazing, and it shows that they are still friends, but they're being forced to fight. I really hope they put this, or something like this, into the film.
2. Thor Kills
This is one of the many climactic moments in the series. When Stark goes crazy after Thor's death, he creates a mechaThor, who doesn't have as much of a moral compass as the real Thor. He kills Goliath, which ends up causing a lot of trouble for both sides of the war. Now, if this event occurred in the film, it would definitely have to be altered, as Thor is still alive and Goliath does not exist. However, can you imagine a scene where one Avenger kills another Avenger on the other team? It would be incredible, and no one would expect it at all. Shock factor is over 9000!
3. Prison 42
In the comics, Reed Richards, Tony Stark, Hank Pym and others built a super mega ultra-prison in the Negative Zone. This prison was designed for war criminals and super villains within the Civil War storyline. Now, I believe the rights to the Negative Zone are not owned by Marvel Studios. However, I believe Marvel gave us a little clue as to how they might work this aspect into the movie. In Ant-Man, there is a whole lot of fuss about the Quantum Realm. They could possibly do a Prison 42 in the Quantum Realm, as I believe 100% that Hank Pam is going to figure out how the place works. It could make for a really cool setting change, and a micro-viewpoint that people weren't expecting.
4. Ant-Man and Hawkeye
Now, Hawkeye and Ant-Man are on the same team in Civil War. This is proven by the promo art that you can find in this Moviepilot article by James Porter. In this promo art, Ant-Man is even sitting on Hawkeye's shoulder, coincidence? I hope not. This means that it is very possible that we can see this moment occur. I think that if the team working on Civil War found out any possible way to make this happen, there is no reason for it not to in this movie. This specific moment didn't happen in any Civil War comics, but that's no reason for it not to occur in the film.
Those are all of the reasons that come to my mind right now. Can you think of any others? If you can, let me know in the comments below! And be sure to vote in my nifty little poll below for a chance to win absolutely nothing!