*Major spoilers for Captain America: Civil War below! You've been warned!*
Still with me? Okay let's get right to it.
So according to the Youtube channel called The Hashtag Show, they apparently got some spoiler heavy information from and I quote, "a source close to the production. So while I can't confirm that it's 100% true, it certainly seems plausible.
So what is it?
So yes, people ARE going to die. But who? According to the Youtube channel, "The movie begins with a funeral scene and it ends with a funeral scene." Hmm interesting. But who's going six feet under?
Not super surprising, but still sad. Peggy is very old at this point, and it was only a matter of time. So it's nice to end that story line here. The movie starts off with Steve Rogers and Sharon Carter attending the funeral. Now moving on, can you guess who bites the dust next?
NOOOOO. Actually, I called it. But moving on to description, the movie ends with Roger's funeral and here's why, "During the film, Steve will make a deal with the government, stating that they are not to hunt down the people that allied with him in the Civil War. After Steve surrenders and is taken into custody he is killed." Wow heavy stuff. Though it could've been predicted, as Rogers does die in the aftermath comics of the Civil War Story line. It's just a shock Marvel Studios would have the guts to kill off one of their most valuable faces.
However, notice how i said "Steve Rogers" dies, not Captain America. Captain America is a mantle that has been taken on by people other than Rogers.
Mainly Bucky Barnes (The Winter Soldier)
And The Falcon
Either one of these two can easily replace Captain America for the time being, until Steve inevitably returns, by my guess the Time Stone in Avengers: Infinity Wars. No one ever really stays dead in comics (except Uncle Ben).
Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoyed this article. Tell me do you think these rumors are true? Or are you still hoping Rogers survives? Let me know in the comments, and I'll link the video below if you want to watch for yourself.