Captain America: civil War is set to be one of the highest grossing films of all time because a) it’s almost an Avengers film, b) it introduces Black Panther and Tom Holland’s perfect take on Spider-Man, and c) it’s just that good.
Seriously, if I’d seen Civil War before I saw Batman v Superman, even Wonder Woman wouldn’t have raised it above an F. Everything it did wrong, Civil War does right.
I won’t go as far as to say Captain America: Civil War sets a new bar in Superhero films, but its pretty darn good. When I first walked out of the screening a few weeks ago, I was on a giddy high, thinking it was probably one of the best films of the year, but now that I’ve had a few weeks away from it, the hyperbole is a bit toned down. Of course I have a tendency to forgive a film’s obvious flaws the first few hours after an initial viewing.
In Captain America: Civil War, legislation is about to be passed forcing superheroes to register with the government. Steve ‘Captain America’ Rogers believes this to be a breach of his civil rights, whiel Tony ‘Iron Man’ Stark thinks government oversight is a good and necessary thing. Factions form around each of them.
Yesterday, you met Team Cap. Now meet Team Iron Man, met Team Cap; now meet Team Iron Man.
Captain America: Civil War opens on May 6th. Follow the jump to check out Team Iron Man (click on thumbnail to embiggen).
The first trailer for Captain America: Civil War premiered tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live. It’s got a lot of intriguing moments: Falcon in the movie version of his more colorful comics costume; Cap reuniting with Bucky Barnes; the growing rift between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark; the first look at Prince T’challa of Wakanda aka Black Panther, and more.
This is an exciting trailer, folks – and it suggests an even more exciting movie. Check it out after the jump. Captain America: Civil War
Day 2 of D23 EXPO’s big ticket item was its “Worlds, Galaxies, and Universes: Live Action at The Walt Disney Studios,” a panel covering Disney’s umbrella of live action properties, including Disney, Marvel and Lucasfilm.
Even while Avengers: Age of Ultron continues to dominate at the box office, Marvel is already looking ahead to 2016 when they will debut Captain America: Civil War. Recently, Marvel unveiled a massive cast list for the third Captain America film and it features old characters, new characters, and even some surprises. As such, GeekScholars Movie News begins this week with a discussion about what audiences can expect from this next entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also included in this episodes are some first-looks at trailers. Hit the jump for more. Continue reading Movie News: Captain America: Civil War Cast, Preview Reviews for Vacation, Ricki and the Flash→