Captain America: Civil War Trailer 2

Captain America Trailer 2

Yes , you read it right, the Captain America Trailer 2 is out, and you won’t believe what surprise does marvel has packed in for you. It may be the biggest bombshell from the latest trailer for Captain America: Civil War . Our friendly neighbourhood spidey has finally made a debut and put an end to all the myths related to whether or not were spiderman was to be in the Captain America : Civil War movie.

 

We see news footage of the previous conflicts the Avengers were involved in, including the Chitauri invasion in New York, the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. in Washington DC, and the Ultron offensive in Sokovia. Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross is lecturing Captain America and a few other Avengers, explaining why the Sokovia Accords need to exist.

“Captain, people are afraid,” Ross says.

We see an explosion rip through a meeting, which is likely being televised to a worldwide audience. There’s an empty podium in the center of the shot as people recoil in horror; it’s a devastating explosion, shattering the entire side of the building’s glass. We get a shot of T’Challa (Black Panther; played by Chadwick Boseman), who appears to have been in that room during the explosion.

“We need to be put in check,” Tony Stark says to Steve Rogers. “Whatever form that takes I’m game.”

A mysterious base emerges from the ocean, which looks like some kind of prison, although the cells are empty.

“I’m sorry Tony,” Rogers says. “If I see a situation pointing south, I can’t ignore it. Sometimes I wish I could.” Considering what Cap saw during the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D., he doesn’t trust the government farther than he can throw it.

Clearly Cap and Iron Man are divided and neither one appear willing to budge on their viewpoint.

We get a few more quick cuts, followed by a shot of War Machine getting blasted out of the sky. It’s unclear who he gets shot by but it certainly suggests that he doesn’t make it out of the movie alive. I can’t imagine someone on Captain America’s team actually kills him; I don’t think anyone on his team even possesses such a powerful weapon. But the trailer is cut to make audiences think Cap or Winter Soldier is responsible.

In the end Spiderman jumps into action, announcing his presence by snatching Captain America’s shield while the two teams fight at the airport. This is our first look at the character in action. His suit is bright and webbed, as expected. His Spider-Man seal is much smaller than what we’ve traditionally seen onscreen and features a lot more red (with some black) than what we saw with Andrew Garfield’s suit.

“Hey everyone,” he says.

here’s a first look of the spiderman

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Here are 5 things we learned from the Trailer.

1. Mass Destruction

Those superhero battles sure cause some collateral damage, and look to be the starting point for the Sokovia Accords teased in the first trailer.

In the comic book Civil War, it was all about the Superhero Registration Act that caused Cap and Shell-head to come to blows. But with no secret identities as such in the MCU it looks like General Ross uses the mass destruction from the Avengers battles to regulate the team.

2. Introducing the Black Panther

Brother directing-duo Anthony and Joe Russo (Captain America: Winter Soldier) don’t shoehorn newbies in for future solo outings, but make them rounded characters with solid motivation.

T’Challa, aka the Black Panther, is injured in an attack on the UN (reportedly by Bucky), which explains his involvement in #TeamIronMan and the awesome chase of Bucky on his motorbike.

3. Prison 42

You’ll see a large circular prison structure emerge from the ocean and that’s Prison 42, named after Stark’s 42nd idea out of 100 to make the world a better place.

In the comics, it’s set in the Negative Zone but that falls under the disastrous Fantastic Four franchise and won’t be making an appearance in the MCU anytime soon.

There aren’t enough super villains in the MCU (yet) to demand such a massive jail, so Prison 42 seems more likely a home for heroes not keen for government regulation, including one Steve Rogers.

4. Battle Royal

Every comic book fan loves it when his heroes are somehow turned on each other, be it Bat v Supes, Wolverine v Cyclops, and of course Cap v Iron Man. And the Russo brothers have likened this battle royal to a comic book ‘splash page’ (one epic image over two pages).

In the comics, Scarlett Witch and Vision actually get married, but here there’s no love lost as she subdues the sentient android. Plus there’s Ant-Man hitching a ride on one of Hawkeye’s arrows, which will just be awesome in IMAX 3-D.

And unlike the Batman v Superman trailer that spoils everything, it seems Marvel might keep Giant-Man a surprise (even though he already features in a LEGO set).

5. Spider-Man is #TeamIronMan

With a more tech-heavy suit (see the belt with extra web cartridges) it could be assumed Stark has lured Spidey to his side with a nifty costume just like the Civil War comics.

And how good is the suit? With the adjustable eye-pieces (very Deadpool), we’ve finally got an outfit that pays tribute to the classic Spider-Man look by Steve Ditko.

And finally Spidey actually looks like a teenager (compared to the big adults at play here), and has the proper Peter Parker sass.

For those like me who didn’t understand the Underoos nickname Ironman gives Spidey, they’re an American range of primarily superhero underwear, which obviously we need to get in this country.

So Prepare yourself, and CHOOSE YOUR SIDE WISELY.

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Written by Mojo-Jojo

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