Marvel Entertainment has unleashed a new trailer for Captain America: Civil War. The video embedded above offers glimpses of Chris Evans as Captain America, Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Tom Holland as Spider-Man, and Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther.
Here’s more from USA Today: “This trailer makes it clearer that the problem is all the destruction and chaos our heroes have caused in the past (you know, those 12 movies you’ve definitely seen). In case you didn’t catch the clips, ‘New York’ refers to the alien invasion at the end of The Avengers, ‘Washington, D.C.’ was when Cap crashed a couple flying aircraft carriers into the Potomac River and ‘Sokovia’ was the destruction caused when a homicidal robot tried to turn a city into a meteor and destroy the Earth in Avengers: Age of Ultron. The heroes were trying to save the world in all of these instances, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t collateral damage.”
The Russo Brothers served as the co-directors for this film adaptation. According to The Wall Street Journal, the release date has been set for May 6. Last year, Marvel announced that the Spider-Man reboot is slated to come out in July 2017 and Black Panther will hit theaters in February 2018. Follow these links to watch the first trailer, the international trailer, and a fan-made trailer with legos. (via WIRED)