“Captain America: Civil War” promotions just amped up a notch, and with this, Marvel has given its fans something more to chew on while they wait around for the movie to release.
As noted by ComicBook, the “Captain America: Civil War” also became the perfect promotional platform for the Blu-ray launch of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” expected to be out on 2nd October 2015. “The Avengers” official Twitter page has two new posts neatly tying up the two movies together and indicating that the “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is indeed where it all began.
The first post shares the “The rift between brothers begins,” and includes the famous wood-chopping clip featuring Iron Man and Captain America, from “Age of Ultron.”
The other Twitter post reads, “What Ultron tore asunder will never be truly healed” and features an image with Iron Man and Captain America being referred to as “The Mind” and “The Heart,” respectively. And the space where the two meet is called “The Avengers” further highlighting that events are connected and are happening within the same universe.
However, fans may feel that everything is not all right in the “Captain America: Civil War” world, as Movie Pilot revealed that Black Widow and Hawkeye are indeed on opposing teams and could quite possibly be seen fighting each other. Fans may probably get to witness one thing that they would have never even thought of, given the close relationship of the characters with each other.
To give fans of the franchise a quick low-down, the movie will witness two teams going head-to-head. The one led by Captain America includes Hawkeye, Winter Soldier (is Bucky Barnes), Falcon, Agent Carter and Ant-Man.
Iron Man’s team has the Black Widow, War Machine, The Vision and Black Panther onboard.
The surprise here being that Black Widow and Hawkeye are pitted against each other, while most speculated them to be on the same time.
One theory on Movie Pilot is the difference between them with regards to demanding people to come forward and register their powers. While Black Widow is for it, Hawkeye thinks differently.
Fans can take a guess at why else could that be the case and keep coming back for more updates on “Captain America: Civil War,” expected to hit theaters on May 6, 2016.