Superheroes don’t exist in reality but the controversies related to them do. This is what makes Captain America a special movie. There has been a lot of speculation related to Captain America spoilers but according to recent news it does not revolve around the Superhero Registration Act of America.
“Captain America: Civil War” is the third installment of the Captain America films staring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Sebastian Stan. The film is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and will will focus more on “The Accords,” a global plan created to govern all superheroes around the world.
During the post-credit sequence of “Ant-Man,” the Accords was first mentioned. Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson found Bucky Barnes trapped. Sam suggested that he knows “a guy” that can help.
It is heard that this superhero film will be more on “The Accords.” Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland) will be switching sides in the long run. Spider-Man chooses to follow Tony and the Accords and Scarlet Witch will be with the caps.
In the comic book storyline of Civil War, the superheroes are asked to register and work for the United States government. Instead of considering them as superheroes, they consider them as vigilantes who are asked to disclose their identity before they can perform any of their duty.
“Captain America: Civil War” will be released in cinemas on May 6, 2016.