In anticipation to the upcoming “Captain America Civil War” movie, new promotional images have been released and this time, it features that of Elizabeth Olsen’s character Scarlet Witch.

Scarlet Witch was introduced in “Avengers Age of Ultron” In an effort to help purge their country of strife, Scarlet Witch and her twin agreed to undergo experiments with Hydra the two achieved superpowers as a result, with Scarlet Witch attaining various telekinetic and energy manipulating abilities. Cinema Blend also goes in depth in explaining her powers.

 

Captain America Civil War” is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr., Anthony Mackie, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeremy Renner. It focuses on the conflict between Captain America and Iron Man following attempts to regulate superhero activity.

“Civil War” will focus on governments around the world deciding to hold heroes accountable for their actions like when half of New York was leveled in “The Avengers” or when Hulk went on a rampage in “Avengers Age of Ultron” The people of Earth want to put an end to these incidents once and for all.

Along with Tony Stark, the team includes War Machine, Black Widow, The Vision and newcomer Black Panther. Meanwhile, Captain America’s allies are Hawkeye, Falcon, Sharon Carter, Bucky Barnes and Ant-Man.

Aside from the new promotional posters, behind the scenes images are also released as reported by GameSpot.

In a recent Q&A at the Wizard World Cleveland Comic Con, Joe Russo spoke about how this latest film would differ from his previous Marvel movie, 2014’s “Captain America Winter Soldier.”

“We really did a radical reinterpretation of Captain America in Winter Soldier,” he said, via Cleveland.com. “We were twice as aggressive in tone and execution on Civil War.”

“Captain America Civil War” is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr., Anthony Mackie, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeremy Renner. It focuses on the conflict between Captain America and Iron Man following attempts to regulate superhero activity.