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Captain America: Civil War, Revealed

Kathryn Whitworth| January 13, 2015

After the trailer for Ant-Man, was released and made headlines last week, Marvel Studios is getting ready and heading to the filming locations for the upcoming Captain America movie, Captain America: Civil War.

 

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Anthony Mackie, who plays the role of Falcon in the previous and upcoming movie, revealed to a radio station all the possible locations, where shooting will be done.

 

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The actor, who will be reprising the role of Sam Wilson or Falcon, added, “We start shooting in April, so it’s going to a lot of flying and fighting for about five months.”

 

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He shared to the listening audience that the whole cast and crew is gearing up to travel to Puerto Rico, Atlanta, Georgia and Berlin. Mackie will be working with Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man and Chris Evans as Captain America.

 

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The upcoming movie will feature Daniel Bruhl as the villain and Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther. Scarlett Johansson will be back as Black Widow with Samuel Jackson as Nick Fury and Sebastian Stan as Winter Soldier.

 

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According to Movieweb, the film will “deal with superheroes re-investigating their motives and which side they are on concerning the Superhero Registration Act.” Anyone with superhero powers should register first before they could continue using their powers. However, they can only use their powers in helping a new police force.

 

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Because Tony Stark and Captain America are two opposing parties, they prepare for a superhero showdown. Stark, also known as the Iron Man, is for the act, while Captain America feels it is against his and others liberties. The superheroes are divided on the issue, igniting the Civil War, an epic clash between former allies.

 

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Captain America: Civil War, directed by Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, will hit theaters on May 6, 2016.

 

Watch some of most unforgettable clips in Captain America here:

 

 

 

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