updated - August 14, 2020 Friday EDT
Following the events of the "Age of the Ultron," "Civil War" will showcase the conflict between former allies, Iron Man and Captain America, because of the bill that the collective governments passed. This exciting film is yet to be shown by May 2016. Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, written by Jack Kirby and Christopher Markus, "Captain America 3: Civil War" stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Mackie and whole lot more, IMDb reported.
Massive news was revealed by Marvel that Robert Downey Jr. will be joining the cast of "Captain America" as Iron Man. Chadwick Boseman was added to the cast, in what should be the first appearance, as the Black Panther. Marvel head Kevin Feige called Black Panther a very important character at the event and seems to hint that within the "Civil War" plot, the character could take the place of Peter Parker, the so called "Spider-Man," Enstars reported.
It looks like Iron Man is teasing "Captain America" with the photo that Robert Downey Jr. posted on his Facebook page. He tagged the photo as "a little Cap 3 preview". Looks like Iron Man gives Captain America a ride as illustrated in the photo. It may not happen in the movies, but you'll never know, with Robert Downey Jr. on it.
"Captain America 3: Civil War" picks up where "Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron" leaves off and the conflict will start with an act created to regulate all superhuman activity that was voted for by the collective governments of the world, Enstars reported.
According to Movie Pilot, with Tigra being present on the photo, in which Robert Downey Jr. posted, who had a pretty central role in "Civil War" comics, does that mean that she may be making her way in the Marvel Universe anytime soon? Or possibly, could her slightly traitorous role in the comics be in the upcoming sequels of Marvel Universe?
Robert Downey Jr. seems to be playful these past few days, he now shows Spiderman in one of the photos he has uploaded on his Facebook page. Is this a hint that Spiderman is coming in to the next Avenger movie? We'll never know until we see it.
When RDJ uses social media to make fun of the facts of forthcoming Marvel projects, and specifically related to Marvel's Civil War, awesomeness doesn't arise so much, as it fizz over everything around it. It may spread delight and bad-assery to the world. RDJ's facebook page is one of the most entertaining Marvel geekery in the planet, Movie Pilot added.
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