Watch: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Super Bowl Trailer

Disney’s Super Bowl ad for “Captain America: Civil War” dropped ahead of the Big Game on Sunday, asking viewers to choose a side: #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan.

While Steve Rogers and Tony Stark were able to work together before, thanks to a common goal, a rift forms between the two in “Civil War,” splitting the famous superheroes up. In the new clip, Stark tells someone, “You chose the wrong side.”

The trailer was released during CBS’ Super Bowl pre-game show. Unsurprisingly, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man was nowhere to be found in the new footage.

Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans return as Iron Man and Captain America, respectively. Additionally, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Emily VanCamp, Don Cheadle, Jeremy Renner, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, and Paul Rudd will be returning to the franchise.

Along with Holland’s Spidey, Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther will also make his Marvel debut in “Civil War.” It’s only one big Marvel movie to be released this year — “Doctor Strange” will debut on Nov. 6.

“Captain America: Civil War,” directed by Joe and Anthony Russo from a script by “Winter Soldier” writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, will hit theaters May 6.

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  1. Jason Kazmer says:

    Like Tony Starks Sunglasses… Buy them at ..

  2. What splits them into two? I want to know. The fact of the matter is this: evil is not defeated with what is seen. Good that is unseen overcomes evil that is unseen.

    • therealeverton says:

      It is likely that Bucky, when being used as The Winter Soldier, assassinated Tony’s Parents and Black Panther’s father. (Or at least is set up as having killed T’Chaka, Black Panther’s fater).

      Tony and the UN want Bucky to stand trial, but Cap sees it as unfair he should be punished for crimes committed whilst he was brainwashed. Add to tat the UN declaring all “super heroic” action will be under government control leads to a big, philosophical split and the Civil War.

      • On top of all that, the trailer shows an explosion at the UN. So after Cap successfully protects Bucky the first time they have to raise the stakes and start creating false flags to then have a reason to come down on all heroes who oppose registration via the Sokovia Accords, the proposed new structure and protocol for enhanced individuals after all the chaos of Phase 1 and 2 (Harlem chaos, Battle of New York, Convergence in London, Project Insight, and the events in Sokovia).

  3. What splits them into two? I want to know. Ther fact of the matter is this: evil is not defeated with what is seen. Good that is unseen overcomes evil that is unseen.

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