Here it is; it’s the official, full-length Captain America: Civil War trailer #2! Captain America doesn’t appreciate your rules or your oversight, and he sure as HELL doesn’t appreciate the order to kill the sh*t out of Bucky when no one really knows who’s responsible for blowing up a very important, delegate-filled, African-based embassy. Nope.
But let’s be honest, here; Cap knows the introduction of super-persons to a theater of conflict is always risky business. He knows that if things go sideways, a particularly volatile super-person might react inappropriately and throw houses at gunmen instead of subduing with slightly concussive palm-lasers. Yes, he knows this, but at his disposal is a collection of magnificently empowered individuals who, if properly applied, could do a heck of a lot of good. So, Cap takes his band, the Avengers Mark II, and travels over international borders in an effort to utilize this uniquely powered good.
Well, guess what? Things blow up, people get killed, and Cap and the gang are right in the thick of it. On top of this, the person responsible for blowing things up and basically ruining it for everyone is Bucky “The Winter Soldier” Barnes. Thanks, Buck.
So, the government brings Cap to task, and the whole of super-humanity along with him. You see, the Avengers are essentially weapons of mass destruction and must be regulated and dispensed with the utmost care. Is this what Captain America is? Is this what the Avengers are? Tools of destruction pointed at perceived threats by a faceless, governmental body whose interests are almost always questionable?? No, absolutely not. And is Bucky really responsible for that very loud BANG in Africa? There’s a chance he really isn’t, but the same body of authority Cap doesn’t quite appreciate seems a little too quick to confirm Buck’s guilt. Hmmm. There’s definitely something amiss here.
So Cap goes rogue, and it’s for all the right reasons. However, accountability is actually a very good idea – especially when dealing with super-powers – so it’s up to Iron Man and his supportive compatriots to bring in Cap, his brothers in arms, and that ex-Soviet super-soldier who might still be a terrorist. AAAAH!
Will Iron Man be able to….
LOOK! IT’S SPIDER-MAN! YAY and FINALLY!!!
Captain America: Civil War debuts May 6, 2016, starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Rudd, Chadwick Boseman, Emily VanCamp, Daniel Brühl, Frank Grillo, William Hurt, and Martin Freeman.