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We are just counting down the days until we finally get the chance to see [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409) on May 6th. The movie is set to be amazing and the early reviews coming in are just making us more and more excited for the premiere. I, for one, am excited to see the ideology clashes between Tony Stark and Cap. It's going to be the culmination of a conflict that has been building between the two since The Avengers and almost ignited in Age of Ultron. The movie will bring us right into the flame and things will never be the same in the MCU.

With all of that aside though, we do know the movie will have a much darker tone compared to other entries in the MCU so far. This, however, doesn't mean that Marvel will abandon that lightheartedness they are known for, and that is always a good thing. In an effort to highlight this aspect — differentiating it from the other brooding trailers they've put out — we have been treated to a special clip. The clip was shown during Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Team Captain was there promoting the movie. Check it out:


In this new clip, we see Ant-Man come face to face with Captain America. It might not sound like much at first, but when you're Scott Lang and you idolize Captain America, it sure is a big thing. In the clip, Captain is recruiting Lang for his team, and of course Scott is more than excited to get to it. I loved every part of this scene as it showed exactly what Marvel is so good at when it comes to their heroes: they know how to show them as super-powered beings while still keeping that humanity that makes them relatable.

I can't help but to wonder if, now that we've seen Team Captain bring a clip to Jimmy Kimmel, there'll be more to come. We know that Team Iron Man will also be on the show and it might mean that we'll get a Team Iron Man clip when their turn comes around. In the meantime, all we can do is wait till then and see if they do in fact bring something new.

Captain America: Civil War arrives in theaters May 6th.

Whose side are you going to be on once 'Civil War' drops in a couple of weeks?


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