‘Captain America Civil War’ New Trailer: Black Widow, Hawkeye Fight Scene Revealed!

Captain America Civil War

A new “Captain America Civil War” trailer is out and some fresh footage has been added to the clip to ease the long wait for fans.

Although much of the scenes from the new international trailer has already been shown before, an exchange between Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Clint Barton/Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) was added.

/FILM points out that Black Widow and Hawkeye have a relationship that can be considered similar to being best friends, which makes them being in opposite sides of a battle rather “devastating”. The website proceeds to support this by saying that although Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) points out in the trailer that he and Captain America (Chris Evans) were friends, seeing them in opposite side of things is not really new–since their constant bickering has been the center of previous films.

The two minutes and six seconds long international trailer, which was uploaded by JoBlo Movie Trailers on YouTube, can be seen below.

The Black Widow and Hawkeye scene occurs at about the 1:31 mark, where Natasha asks “We’re still friends, right?” Clint replies by saying, “Depends on how hard you hit me.”

Considering that there is still playful banter between the two, it makes one wonder whether both sides will unite in the end when the film’s main villain, Baron Zemo (Daniel Bruhl), makes his appearance.

Meanwhile, aside from the inclusion of Black Widow and Hawkeye’s exchange, Game Spot also notes that the new international trailer features a slightly-longer version of Spider-Man’s entrance. Although one would not notice the difference much, a closer look would reveal that an additional second has been alloted to show the web slinger roll on air before landing with Cap’s shield and greeting, “Hey everyone.”

Fans do not have to wait that much longer to see Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Olsen and other favourite heroes in action because “Captain America Civil War” hits theaters on May 6.

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