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After the trailer dropped this Thursday, every person that I know cannot stop talking about Captain America: Civil War and with good reason. This movies looks to deliver some thrilling action-sequences and an emotional horror story that will shake us down to the core of our existence (too much?). Recently, Sebastin Stan spoke with Collider about his reaction watching it the first time:

“I sat there and basically there was a bowl of candy and fruit and gum in front of me and then there were sparkling waters and I basically sat on the edge of my couch the entire time and ate through the entire bowl of candy. I was overly stimulated with this movie, which I’m so proud to be in because everyone is f—ing awesome in it. Everyone is f—ing fantastic. I walked out of it speechless, and I worked on the movie and I was there! I walked out of there and I had back pain from leaning.”

An Emotional Horror Story

After the amazing trailer was released on Thursday, everyone cannot stop discussing all the implications that could possibly happen in the movie. I would like mention something way back from the first trailer. At the end of it --- If you look at Stan's mouth, it looks like he's saying 'Cap's dead'. While he's saying this, he's trying to rip out Tony's chest plate. I recently wrote an article on why Tony Stark is a d*ick; and I was only basing it off the trailer --- nothing more.

Everyone that has been involved in the movie, they swear that it shows Captain and Tony --- both characters are supposed to be portrayed more neutral, unlike the comic where Tony is the obvious antagonist. My question: what if Bucky somehow did kill Rhodey (highly unlikely) and Tony accidentally kills Cap out of rage? Anything is possible and right now, we're all just having a blast speculating on all the different possibilities!

Let's Talk About Stan's Reaction!

You expect actors to say that their movie is excellent. But with Stan, there's something about how he's saying these words and there's an energy that's pretty obvious --- it points to him really loving Captain America: Civil War. He isn't the only person that is raving about the movie: James Gunn, recently compared Tom Holland's performance to the way Heath Ledger's owned The Joker. That is some heavy-duty-super-duper praise for the young man.

I don't know how many times I've said this on Movie Pilot, but Spider-Man is my favorite superhero ever! I love how he has a belt for his web-cartridges and I also adore the hues of black. At first I didn't love his new costume and now I can't stop raving about it.

Anything is possible for the upcoming Captain America: Civil War and I need to make sure I buy my ticket in advance to see it on Thursday night!

Source: Screenrant (via Collider)

Captain America: Civil War hit theaters on May 6th in the United States!


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