Marvel Studios is having a big year in 2015 with the release of both The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, but they have something equally as exciting brewing for next year. As was confirmed in late 2014, Captain America 3 will be titled Captain America: Civil War.http://captainamericamovie.net/
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When considering the events of Captain America: Civil War it’s not hard to see why Captain America a.k.a. Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) might take issue with something like the Superhero Registration Act. This is because the last time he put his trust in a government body, it wound up being entirely rotten at its core and needed to be destroyed. It’s this viewpoint – and its contrast with Tony Stark’s – that will wind up driving the drama in Marvel Studios’ first 2016 blockbuster.
Tony Stark really isn’t the same character we first met on the big screen back in 2008. As seen in Iron Man 2, the guy used to be all about personal freedom and spitting in the government’s face. But that was before the trauma. The events of the first Avengers film left him with a serious case of PTSD, and it was pure fear that led him to try and solve all of the world’s problems through A.I. There is an argument to be made that Stark is actually the real villain of Age of Ultron - and that very much sets things in motion for his behavior in Captain America: Civil War.
When Marvel Studios officially announced Captain America: Civil War in October 2014, Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man wasn’t the only special hero revealed to be involved with the project. The company also took that time to confirm that Chadwick Boseman would be playing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Black Panther a.k.a. T’Challa, and that he would be playing a crucial role in the upcoming film.
It didn’t seem like it would actually ever happen, but the dream is real: Spider-Man will soon be web-slinging in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But before he starts swinging around the streets of New York in his own solo film in 2017, the character will be making his MCU debut in Captain America: Civil War - as was reportedshortly after the deal between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures was announced.
With no Ant-Man 2 scheduled as part of Marvel Studios’ Phase Three plans, there were many who were worried that Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang might not actually show up in a follow-up to his solo film until The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1. As it turns out, he will actually be one of the few Marvel heroes who have appeared in two Marvel Studios films in a row.