With Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice due to release soon in theaters it was only a matter of time before Marvel released a new trailer for Captain America: Civil War. With so many people going to see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice it is just smart business for Marvel to show their top movie for 2016 in front of the guaranteed block buster hit.
Trailer 2: Captain America: Civil War
This trailer had a lot of great moments. Captain America and Iron Man throwing blows, bullets bouncing off of Black Panther and the Scarlett Witch taking down Vision with magic. The one thing I personally thought I would be most excited about ended up being the biggest let down.
Rebooting a very popular well known comic book character can be problematic if it is not done correctly. With that said.....
Is it me or did Andrew Garfield's version (Sony) of Spider-Man look way cooler
than Tom Holland's version of Spider-Man (Marvel)?
Not to mention Andrew was not only a great Spider-Man but also a great Peter Parker. At this point the first shot of Marvel's new Spider-Man is a bit disappointing in comparison to Sony's Spider-Man. We will have to wait to see how Tom Holland will portray Peter Parker.
With all the success that Marvel has had with their Marvel Cinematic Universe they really never had a well known iconic character that fans could scrutinize. While Warner Bros have done a really good job of rebooting iconic DC character's for years.
Joker and Batman come to mind
Marvel may have something to learn from Warner Bros. The most recent trailers that Batman and Joker came off like great versions of our favorite comic book characters.
While this final trailer of Civil War actually makes me miss the Andrew Garfield version of Spider-Man.
But what are your thoughts? Based on what you have seen so far; has Marvel did a good job of rebooting Spider-Man? Please share your thoughts below.
Civil War Synopsis
After another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps, one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark's surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.