Civil War trailer was released this morning and gave us our first good look at Spider-Man!
The movie, which features the super team the Avengers facing off against each other, hits theaters May 6 - kicking off the summer blockbuster season.
I just love the Marvel films and Captain America: The Winter Solider is up there as one of the very best - I have very high hopes that Civil War is going to be just as good.
You also get a deeper understanding of how the rift between Cap and Iron Man started.
"Civil War" looks like it will take this thinking even further. English actor Tom Holland, 19, makes his first appearance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the film.
Both Thor and the Hulk are mostly absent from the Civil War comic book series as well so fans don't have much to draw on. Anthony & Joe Russo are directing with Kevin Feige producing. This is not either of the Spider-Men (Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield) that you knew from their solo movies (Sony had the rights to the character for a while now Sony and Marvel are playing nice and sharing). Whatever our aspirations, it seems that no matter who we are, when we finally do achieve our goals, our psyches move the goal posts again, and again, in an endless rugged pursuit of the next big thing.
After a few fight scenes and teasing glimpses (see Hawkeye shooting Ant-Man on an arrow at Iron Man!), the final battle closes the trailer just before the heroes charge at each other.
T'Challa, aka the Black Panther, is injured in an attack on the United Nations (reportedly by Bucky), which explains his involvement in #TeamIronMan and the awesome chase of Bucky on his motorbike.
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It's time for war and our superheroes have put on their suits, if we may, the updated and fancier ones.