By 11 March 2016 | Categories: news


Yesterday, two teaser trailers surfaced on YouTube for Captain America: Civil War. They each showed members of the Avengers, as well as a couple of new additions on the respective sides they've chosen to fight on for this May-slated film.

Now the second full-length trailer for Civil War has seen the light of day, and it will supposedly be the last until the film hits cinemas. As such, Marvel took the opportunity to recap the story to date, as Iron-Man and Captain America are ready to go to war with one another over the fate of the Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes. Fueling this fire is the Sokovia Accords, which follows the happenings from Age of Ultron (review) and the US government's desire to have control over its superheroes actions.  

Naturally this doesn't sit well with Steve Rogers (Cap America for those unfamiliar). Now he and his team are duking out with Iron-Man and his pals. While the trailer shows us most of what we've already seen in the previous one, it does feature a noteworthy cameo - Spider-Man. Now played by Tom Holland (In the Heart of the Sea, The Impossible). This is clearly fan service on the part of Marvel, as without this clip, there is no real reason to watch the trailer.

What's interesting is Spidey's suit, and in particular his eyes, which can now open and close. How this is achieved, given Peter Parker is meant to be a high schooler in this movie with very little sewing experience, is unclear, but no doubt Tony Stark had a hand in it. Hit play below and check out the third Spider-Man within a decade.    


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