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Watch: Marvel's Super Bowl TV Spot for 'Captain America: Civil War'

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February 7, 2016
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Civil War Super Bowl TV Spot

"United we stand! United we stand! Divided we fall! Divided we fall!" Disney aired this new TV Spot during the Super Bowl for Captain America: Civil War, directed by the Russo Brothers. Chris Evans stars as Cap, friend of Bucky played by Sebastian Stan, and they end up squaring off against Iron Man, played by Robert Downey Jr. This also features a cool face-to-face shot of the two different sides brewing in this Marvel "Civil War", including Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, Paul Rudd as Ant-Man, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Paul Bettany as Vision, Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlett Witch. If this doesn't make you curious about how they're playing this split, I don't know what will.

Here's the Super Bowl TV spot for the Russo Bros' Captain America: Civil War, via Marvel's YouTube:

An incident leads to the Avengers developing a schism over how to deal with situations, which escalates into an open fight between allies Iron Man and Captain America. Starring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Elizabeth Olsen, Emily VanCamp , Anthony Mackie, Jeremy Renner, Sebastian Stan, Sharon Carter, Daniel Br├╝hl, Frank Grillo, Chadwick Boseman plus Don Cheadle. Captain America: Civil War is directed by the Russo Brothers, Anthony and Joe, who previously directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier and are working on The Avengers coming up. The screenplay is by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, based on the comic book series by Mark Millar. Disney will release Marvel's Captain America: Civil War in theaters everywhere May 6th, 2016 this summer. See the first trailer. Thoughts?

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  • Awesome and my highest anticipated movie of this year!
  • Oriyan J. Ovadia
    Looks great!
  • This maybe worked better in the comics. Reminds me of being a kid a little, when a group of friends separates into little armies and beat the shit out of each other.
    • TheOct8pus
      The comic was epic....I don't think they'll be able to reproduce Civil War as it is in the comics mostly because in the comics there are like 79 superheroes battling each other, double crossing each other, changing sides etc etc, and there are so many players in the comics (The Punisher, Fantastic 4, the X-Men, Luke Cage, Goliath) who play crucial roles that will not appear in the movie.... Anyway, still looking forward to this....
      • Yep, I'll watch it, just seems a bit bizarre them all falling out and having a fight. I still find it amazing they make comic book movies, so keep going to see them in case one day it all stops.
  • TheOct8pus
    Elisabeth Olsen is always looking so worried....
    • capitandelespacio
      She can't recall her lines.
  • I'm Batman
    Just look at that picture and ignore the real Civil War story for a moment. You've got Black Panther, Iron Man, War Machine and the Vision. They would smoke Cap and his followers with ease. Heck. You could probably have the Vision alone on the other side, and you'd be set.
    • Higgens
      Scarlet Witch is no joke.
      • I'm Batman
        This is true. If things were just based on powers I could see the finale being between Vision and Scarlet Witch. I still give it to Vision.
        • Higgens
          Thats a tough one. You are proly right though, she got her powers from the mind stone, and Vision is like infused with it. He must have a higher level of power.
  • Andrew
    Why do ppl think this needs to be just like the comic book Civil War. This is civil war in the marvel cinematic universe which is completely different than the comic book. Also the comic book had Fantastic Four and X-Men and other groups which we know Marvel doesn't have the rights to add them to this movie. Enough with the comparing and complaining. Just be happy that they would even bother do this for us.
    • Mikeal
      Um, maybe because it's a movie taken directly from the comic books? Or maybe because they are trying to cash in on the comic book fanbase that made all of these movies possible? Or maybe because they are taking other people's ideas and rewriting the characters that comic creators (writers) took time to build? Or maybe because they had tons of other comic book heroes they could have included to flesh this out even w/o the FF or X-men involved. Or maybe because the catalyst for the Civil War in the comics THEY ACTUALLY DO have licensing for, which would be THOR (Specifically a Thor clone). Or maybe...well I could go on forever, but I hope I helped answer your initial question. Also, get over the idea they're doing these movies to please "us"...they're doing these movies because they make a ton of money and they make money mainly because of the people who actually read comics, to start with. The original comic stories for all of these movies are just as entertaining (if not more) than all of the rewrites they've done.
  • DAVIDPD
    Ant-Man. Forever!
  • Marcus
    Hollywood has never followed the comics fully. Why think this would be any different. Folks forget the definition of what a movie adaptation is. It means to take info from an original source and put your own ideas into it. That's what they've done. So please people stop moaning because they don't use EVERY detail.

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