Divided We Fall In Brand New ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Trailer & Poster

 

Cap 3 trailerEarlier this week we saw the debut of sets of new posters for both Team Cap & Team Stark as well as received plenty of new information about the upcoming release. Now, following a behind-the-scenes look last night at the highly-anticipated film on Entertainment Tonight, Marvel has just debuted a new full-length trailer for the Captain America: Civil War that is jam packed full of new and exciting footage. Thwip!

If word on the street is true, this could very well be Marvel Studios best film to date and it definitely looks like it could be. So, whose side are you on?

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“Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability. ”

Get ready to choose your side when Captain America: Civil War hits theaters on May 6, 2016.

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  • Thanostic

    Great. I will now be unable to work for the rest of the day. A+++++++++

  • Bjax

    ALMOST a great trailer!!! I thought they did a great job of setting up the conflict and only showing a little more footage, but then they go and ruin it at the end with showing Spider-man! They should’ve kept that as a surprise for when you’re actually watching the movie!!

    • Triple M

      No… we all know he was going to be there

      • Bjax

        Yes, WE know, but the general audience that doesn’t watch movie trailers online don’t know, but they will know when it’s attached to whatever new movie comes out.

        • stlang

          Spider-Man isn’t the climax, he is just as important as Ant-Man, i don’t think it matters if they showed him or not.

          • Bjax

            I realize he’s not the climax, but based off of the previews they’ve shown so far, there was no mention of the character being in the film. As breakerbaker pointed out, I thought they would keep him hidden. I understand why they would show him, but it just seemed as though they might keep him as a nice surprise once you actually see the movie.

          • Sammy Boy

            I’ve talk to people that are average audience about spiderman and they didn’t make a big deal about it.

          • Bjax

            That’s called anecdotal evidence.

          • Sammy Boy

            So yeah, stop complaining

          • Bjax

            I’m not allowed to express my opinion that I wished they saved the spider-man reveal for the movie?

          • Sammy Boy

            You can share your opinion, but don’t speak on the behalf of others when you don’t even know their opinion.

          • stlang

            Some might not know he is in the movie at all, so they use him for marketing.

          • Bjax

            Do you really think Captain America: Civil war (aka Avengers 2.5) need to have spider-man in the marketing to help sell the movie? No doubt it will help, but I think most people that are gonna see it didn’t need to see spider-man in the marketing to help push them over the edge to go see it.

          • stlang

            some younger kids might think ”oh spidey, mom we have to see this”

        • Triple M

          But if they are so disinterested that they don’t know, then the surprise isn’t that big a deal

          • Bjax

            Who said anything about disinterested. The general audience just doesn’t seek out trailers online in the same way people that are more into movie news and scoops do.

          • Triple M

            If they don’t already know that Spider-man is in it, even though it’s been all over the news. Then they’re ” disinterested ” in it.

            If that’s the case then it’s better to show them than to surprise them.

          • Bjax

            Again, I’m talking about people that barely gets on a computer or watches the entertainment news shows, but loves “those superhero movies” (which IS the GENERAL public), I doubt they know and not knowing doesn’t mean their not interested.

            Why is it better to show them? I think there’s something to be said for having some surprises in the movies. That’s why we complain about trailers that show the best parts.

          • Triple M

            Again, if the don’t know already, and they would be more likely to come to the movie because of Spider-Man, then show them.

            The rest of us already know.

            The general public will have heaps of surprises anyway.

          • Bjax

            But no surprise would have been bigger than Spider-man. I’m not saying he shouldn’t be used in the marketing, but why not use it the following weekend? That way anyone that was on the fence about seeing it (can’t even imagine why they would be) would provide a bigger boost to the second weekend once seeing spider-man in the marketing convinces them to go see the movie.
            To me, Spider-man is the Ace you save to play when you really need it. I just felt they played that card prematurely, and it’s fine if you don’t think so, but based on how divisive people feel about finally seeing him in costume, I feel more strongly that they should’ve saved it for the movie.

        • breakerbaker

          I expected them to keep it hidden until the end, too, but I think there’s a pretty good argument that it was important to both Marvel and Sony that the advertising campaign announce that Spider-Man is part of the MCU now. It may not get any more butts in the seats than were already going to be there, but it makes the statement. He’s here.

  • Torhammer

    Amazing Trailer!!! Marvel you are Titans among Men!

  • Joseph Chaisson

    Well Flip (edited) that was awesome.

  • John Gomez

    So glad they showed Spidey in this trailer and situation. Would have been pissed to see the whole movie, only to find out he was on a post credit character.

  • breakerbaker

    It’s a good trailer–better than the first. I’m not sold on the Spider-Man design, which feels like it needs a lot of polish, and I’m a bit concerned that the eye thing is going to be distracting.

    I wonder if they’re going to address how Tony, who’s making the argument that he’s the one acting like a responsible adult, is using a 15-year-old kid to fight against superheroes.

  • Tom Chambers

    So who shoots down War Machine? My best guess is Redwing since I can’t think of anyone else with energy weapons on Cap’s side.

    • unpaidpundit

      It looks like Winter Soldier shot War Machine down with some kind of rifle.

      • Tom Chambers

        I think that’s just the way they edited it. Winter Soldier, as far as we know, doesn’t have energy weapons. That rifle just looked like a standard AR with attachments. The blast that hit War Machine appeared to be energy based.

        • Tom Chambers

          Yellow blast hits him right in the reactor.

    • Carl

      Yeah I’ve been wondering that myself.

  • unpaidpundit

    Tony calls Spider-Man “Underoos?”

    • Carl

      Yeah, I loved that line.

  • Spidey…Nice!!! Like how the eyes change – way cool.

  • Bruce Norris

    Is it me or does Spider-man have a little to much muscle? I though he was a nerd/kid. Don’t get me wrong. I understand how this COULD have come about; A) Spider bites can transform a person. B) Web slinging and such does a body good. Just saying, that don’t look like the body of a 95 pound 14-17 year old nerd.