The cast of Captain America: Civil War assures fans that big guns will be let loose in the upcoming Marvel movie. According to actor Anthony Mackie, fans will be in for a treat that this will be the “best Marvel movie yet”. Mackie who plays Captain America’s ally, Falcon, expresses in a report that that the Russo brothers and Marvel have done a spectacular job in upping the past few movies and is confident that Captain America: Civil War will live up to the fans’ expectations.
When asked about being part of the new Avengers, Mackie says that he was happy about it saying that he gets to hang around Robert Downey Jr. more and spend quality time with the actor. He even states that he gets to joke and swap clothes with him.
But if Mackie is enjoying, fangirls will be utterly delighted in the involvement of Martin Freeman in Captain America: Civil War. According to Sherlocks Home, the latest issue of Empire revealed the Sherlock star’s role, which is Everett Ross, will serve as a government liaison with the superheroes. Given that Ross belongs in the Black Panther comics, it can be speculated that we will be seeing more of Freeman in the Black Panther movie in 2018.
Speaking of the Avengers, in light of Captain America: Civil War, it would seem that Ironman and the Captain are still not done breaking fangirls’ hearts. In fact, Marvel even made the “hate” relationship official by posting it in their Facebook page. Though some would react so much on it, it is quite the fact that the friendship between the two has not been a smooth ride since their first introduction in The Avengers back in 2010. But Civil War puts their relationship in a whole new strain as the two stand on different sides of an issue regarding government intervention. Add in to the mix is the return of Bucky Barnes as he recovers from being the Winter Soldier, much more since a lot of people blame him for several of HYDRA’s crimes.
Whether Captain America: Civil War does live up to everyone’s expectation is something to be seen when the film hits theaters everywhere on May 6.