Peter Parker’s room will be featured in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War.”
Local NBC news station in Atlanta, 11 Alive, that Warner Brothers Property Department Atlanta had rented out furniture from Georgia-based props businesses to be used for Peter Parker’s bedroom during the production of “Captain America: Civil War.” Among the pieces at the props warehouse are a desk and desk chair of Peter Parker.
ComicBook.com said this suggest that Spider-Man’s appearance in “Civil War” will be more than just a cameo.
It has been announced that Spider-Man will appear in the sequel of “Captain America” and Tom Holland will be playing the role of the web-slinging superhero. However, it remains unclear how much of him will be seeing in the sequel of “Captain America”.
ComicBook said if Captain America shot scenes in Peter Parker’s room, he may have a bigger involvement in the “Civil War” movie and not just one fight scene.
Meanwhile, Chris Evans teased why “Captain America: Civil War” is different with other Marvel superhero movies.
In an interview with People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly, he said “In the majority of the Marvel films, it’s clear to understand who’s right, who’s wrong … This is one of the first movies where it’s a little more parallel to the arguments we have in life where nobody’s right, nobody’s wrong. It’s just a matter of opinion. Where do you fall in the situation?”
Anthony Mackie, who plays Falcon, added, “The government comes up with these accords because they think things have gotten out of control … The government established these accords. They’re guidelines the Avengers have to live by. Cap doesn’t agree. Tony Stark agrees. Therein lies civil war.”
The third installment of Captain America is focus on the fight between Captain America and Iron Man on should lead the Avengers, Slash Gear wrote.
“Captain America: Civil War” is currently filming in Berlin, Germany. The filming is now on its last week of production and will move on editing phrase soon after, according to Cinema Blend.
It is set to hit theaters on May 6, 2016.