The official trailer of “Captain America: Civil War” has set a new record  having the most views for just a day. But most fans might have not noticed that the teaser seems to confirm Steve Roger’s death.

The trailer, which has been released for the public a few days ago, highlights Black Panther, Scarlet Witch’s aerial powers and the battle between Captain America, Iron Man and Winter Soldier, notes Movie Pilot.

But as stated by the site, there is one important scene on the teaser that fans could have overlooked.

“Around the 1:59 mark there is a shot of Bucky holding Tony up against a wall, shouting at him. While we can’t hear what he is saying due to the music, we certainly can read his lips,” as we quote.

Thru a GIF provided by the source, Bucky is allegedly saying “Steve’s dead.”

Comic readers might not be surprised about the latest revelation, because eventually, The Cap will die in the “Civil War” event. Should Marvel Cinematic Universe adapt the original “Civil War”storyline, Steve Rogers would return in Infinity War.

Let us keep an eye on any further details regarding the highly anticipated movie.

And as we mentioned earlier, the trailer of “Captain America: Civil War” has set a new record for getting most views in a day, reports Marvel’s official website.

We had the first look on the trailer as it was presented by lead actors Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! last Tuesday.

A day after its debut, the teaser reportedly gathered 61M views so far.

The film’s synopsis reads as “a feud between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) leaves the Avengers in turmoil.”

Brace yourselves as “Captain America: Civil War” kicks off in cinemas on May 5, 2016. Watch the trailer’s world premiere below: