In the last week or two the internet has been flooded with a deluge of new footage from the upcoming Captain America: Civil War movie, which held its world premier in Los Angeles a few days ago and will available to the rest of us on May 6th. So much footage. It’s hard to take it all in and certainly difficult to track it all down. We’ve collected most of is here (excluding the 12 or so advertisements they’ve put out), so sit back and relax. Or pace with anticipation. Either way.
Clips from the Movie
So, these are the actual clips from the actual movie. “Just Like We Practiced” features Cap’s leadership skills and his team’s flipping and punching skills to match. “New Recruit” offers Ant Man’s first encounter with the team, as well as the kind of humor you expect from pretty much any scene with Paul Rudd. “Right to Choose” appears to set up the philosophical debate the movie’s conflict is premise upon, without naming it too specifically. And “The Team vs. Bucky” is fun little action scene showcasing Stark’s portable Iron Man-suit-watch-glove.
Just Like We Practiced
Right to Choose
The Team vs. Bucky
Now we come to a collection of b-roll footage, separated into two parts. The shots appear to be in a random order and at times all we’re getting is Robert Downey Jr. or Scarlett Johansson making weird faces at another camera. These are really more for those of us who enjoy seeing things from behind the scenes. Check out the fighting with Bucky in Part 2 at about 24 seconds in; you can see multiple cameras shooting different sections of the same scene simultaneously.
B-Roll Part 1
B-Roll Part 2
And finally the featurettes, which blend new footage of the movie with interviews with the cast. “Brothers in Arms” sets up the conflict between the two sides, with commentary from Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. “In Good Company” is a look at the women on both teams specifically, with a few comments from Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen, and Emily VanCamp. “Sam Wilson/Falcon” is just what you’d expect, a nice little explainer by Anthony Mackie on Falcon’s relationship with Captain America and what that means for the film. The fourth featurette “Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch” is a brief look at the character with an eye towards her place within the Avengers as she seeks to replace her lost brother and home, with comments by Elizabeth Olsen.
Brothers in Arms
In Good Company
Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch
Whaaat? Dr. Strange isn’t in Captain America: Civil War? Woops, sorry, you’ll just have to watch this amazing teaser trailer anyway. It came out this week too, it’s in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and also it might just be the most beautiful thing we’ve ever seen, so enjoy.
Hope you’ve enjoyed these as much as we have and be sure to let us know what you’re most excited about below.
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