Marvel has released the first official trailer and poster for their upcoming and highly anticipated film,Captain America: Civil War. You can watch it below:
The first piece of information we get regarding the plot is an update in the search for Bucky: He´s been framed for an act of terrorism. The second is the biggest one: The reason for the civil war. General Ross informs Steve Rogers he has been allowed to do too much in complete freedom.
Black Widow asks Captain America to stop, confirming her allegiance to Tony Stark. We then get a scene of Steve and Stark meeting, mirroring a scene from the Civil War comic books, where both heroes face each other, seemingly to stop the fight (If you know what I mean, there´s more to it).
We then have our official first look at Black Panther, with Steve Rogers chasing him through a tunnel, showing each hero´s amazing speed level. And strong dialogue from Steve Rogers "You know I wouldn´t do this if I had any other choice, but he´s my friend (Bucky)" and Tony answering "So was I".
After this, we get a great shot of tag-team Cap and Bucky beating on an obviously defenseless Iron Man.
The image we get contains Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), AKA Captain America facing-off (Ha, pun), against Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), AKA Iron Man, giving each other intense stares.
The phrase above the pair, "Divided We Fall", gives a hint of what we can expect from the story, since we already know a villain will be taking advantage of the heroes´ disagreement to wreak havoc.
The official Avengers Facebook page uploaded the poster with the hashtag #CaptainAmericaCivilWar
While we already know the film will not feature as many characters as the comic books, the aftermath of the civil war came in the form of (comic book) death and distrust among the heroes, something we will hopefully see play out in the film.
The film stars Chris Evans (Captain America), Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Paul Bettany (Vision), Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), Don Cheadle (War Machine), Anthony Mackie (Falcon), Emily VanCamp (Sharon Carter), Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), Martin Freeman, William Hurt (General Ross) and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow).