This is a rather… different post from us, but we’re just so excited to see this movie, we had to post this here! Keep an eye out for our next post, I think you’re all going to love learning about the icebergs and iceberg preservation!
Captain America: Civil War (also known as “Captain America: Civil War online“) is a follow up of the Avengers: Age of Ultron. It picks up right where it left off as a new team of Avengers continue in their efforts to guard humanity. After yet another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, there is political pressure to install a government body to determine when to enlist the services of the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps; one led by Tony Starks, in favor to support government oversight and accountability and the other led by Steve Rogers, advocating to remain free to defend humanity without any government interference.
If you have read the Civil War crossover comic book arc, then you know that Captain America was driven underground and was viewed as a fugitive by Iron Man and S.H.I.E.L.D following his resistance to the new legislation. Captain America led a resistance movement opposing Superhero Registration, which led to attacks and battles with Iron Man and his allies. We are not yet sure how close the film will be staying close to the comic book, but we do hope that the basics are featured!
What will drive the movie? Following the source material, we expect that the dynamic between Captain America and Iron Man will do so. In the comics, Tony Starks makes himself the leader of the Superhero Registration Act and is in direct conflict with Captain America. We are looking forward to epic battles between the two.
Marvel’s studio revealed that Black Panther would be playing a major role in this film. Fans are curious whether the role Black Panther will be playing in the same will be similar to the part in the comics played by Spider-Man. Can we expect the Black Panther to be caught in the middle of the dispute between Iron Man and Captain America? If so, this would be very interesting with Black Panther torn between both sides!
The Winter Soldier
The Winter Soldier was confirmed to be an important part of Captain America: Civil War. After we were left hanging during the second Captain America movie, we cannot wait to see what he has in store for us now that he knows that he is Bucky Barnes. It is implied in Captain America: The Winter Soldier that Bucky killed Tony Stark’s parents as part of a mission for Hydra. We hope that Captain America: Civil War provides a dramatic plotline where Tony discovers Bucky killed his parents. Tony will no doubt want to end Bucky, and this will not go well and is going to cause an additional conflict between Captain America and Iron Man.
We have to admit that Black Widow a.k.a Natasha Romanoff was one of the best parts of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. We know that she will be back for this film. We are not sure of the specifics of her role, but we do know that she is still a member of the Avengers. Since we are aware that she has very close relationships with both Iron Man and Captain America, which side will she choose? It will be quite the conundrum for her – will she be anti-registration or pro-registration? Will she choose? Will her decision cause more problems? Cannot wait to find out!
The War Machine a.k.a Rhodey is now a full-fledged Avenger. He is a hard one to predict where his loyalties will lie when it comes to the conflict regarding Superhero Registration. On one side, he is a teammate with Captain America on the Avengers, but he has ties with Tony Stark’s that go way back. Some of us expect him to side with Iron Man due to their long friendship. It will be awesome to see Iron Man and War Machine, two guys in metal suits fighting side by side!