Watch! ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Latest Spoiler Photos Are To Die For

Watch! ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Latest Spoiler Photos Are To Die For
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Finally! Marvel Studios has released high-definition photos for “Captain America: Civil War,” and it most definitely gave away what the audience can expect out of the much-anticipated film.


Just last week, Empire Magazine featured“Captain America: Civil War” into its pages and incorporated, unfortunately, low-quality images of the characters. However, this week, a more exciting take on the characters and scenes were exposed by Marvel Studios so the fans can enjoy a clearer view of their favorite superheroes.

As reported by Coming Soon, Marvel Studios shared high-definition photos of some “Captain America: Civil War” characters along with two recently released ones. The photos shows that the film will be darker than what was seen in “Winter Soldier.” In fact, it was revealed by the movie’s directors that the film will showcase more violence than ever for a Marvel Comics film.

Brothers and directors Joe and Anthony Russo, who were also involved in the making of “Winter Soldier,” revealed that “Captain America: Civil War” will showcase a continuation of the story that emanated from the former, reports Cleveland.

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Joe Russo said, “We really did a radical interpretation of Captain America in ‘Winter Soldier’. We were twice as aggressive in tone and execution of ‘Civil War’.”

Based on the comic books, “Captain America: Civil War” will showcase the biggest reveal in the superhero world wherein Tony Stark, A.K.A. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), will urge Peter Parker, A.K.A. Spiderman (Tom Holland), to reveal his true identity to the public.

“Captain America: Civil War” will serve as the conflict between close superhero friends Captain America and Iron Man; the latter wants the Winter Soldier to surrender himself to the government. Since the Winter Soldier is a close friend, Captain America refuses to give him up, even if it means battling his friends in “Avengers.”

“Captain America: Civil War” will release in theaters this May 6.

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