ByRicky Derisz, writer at
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Ricky Derisz

Can you sense that stillness? Tranquility? That, my friend, is the calm before the superhero induced storm, for in just over a month, Steve Rogers and Tony Stark will face off in a cataclysmic civil war.

Much of the build up to the film's release has focused on the pair's rivalry. The Avengers are divided, in a way that'll result in a change to the make-up of the MCU from now on.

But it's not just on screen that the opposing sides are battling it out; they're also vying against each other on social media.

On His Facebook Page, Captain America Called For Support:

Decision 2016. #TeamCap

Posted by Captain America on Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Causing Iron Man To Retort

You chose the wrong side, Captain America. #TeamIronMan

Posted by Iron Man on Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Whose Side Are You On?

Part of Civil War's marketing campaign has centered around the leading men. Twitter has been awash with opposing views, thanks to the hashtags or .

When Deadpool himself, Ryan Reynolds, declared he was , Robert Downey Jr. was quick to come back with an amusing Tweet:

Avengers... Assemble!

Captain America: Civil War will see two opposing teams clash following the government's desire to place tougher sanctions on superhero activity. As well as the two leaders, the film will include the likes of Black Widow, Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, Black Panther, Spider-Man and more.

Check out the trailer below:

'Civil War' is released on April 27th.


Whose side are you on?

Source: Comic Book


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