Bring on the controversy! Captain America: Civil War will end with such a bang that the fast conversation and hot debate is set to fly left and right.
Co-director Joe Russo had this to say during an interview with Empire magazine:
"The consequences of 'Civil War' will have an even more significant impact [than 'The Winter Soldier']. In 'Civil War,' we're going to change the Marvel Cinematic Universe's psychology, and it's an extreme shift."
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow will also reappear in the Marvel Universe, leading us to believe that perhaps some of the film will discuss Tony Stark's personal life.
Civil War tells the story of Steve Rogers, who leads the newly formed Avengers as they continue on their quest to save humanity. After a huge blowout, the government decides to intervene to create a system of accountability.
This splits the Avengers in half, as Rogers and his followers wish to remain free without government intervention, while Tony Stark's team believes that government oversight is a good decision.
I can't wait to see these incredible superheroes battle it out on May 6 when Civil War hits theaters.