In some new set images from Captain America: Civil War, we see Robert Downey Jr., Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Olsen, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie and Jeremy Renner sitting in a chair with the film’s new logo.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron has only been in U.S. theaters for less than a month, and we already have set images of Captain America: Civil War. The film could be mistaken for Age of Ultron’s sequel, as it has so many of the Avengers in it, instead of a Winter Soldier sequel, especially with Robert Downey Jr. and Jeremy Renner on set.
We also see Jeremy Renner sitting in a chair on set, which looks to reveal the film’s official logo, which we thought we had already seen, but this one looks a bit more simple in design, so it could just be what they’re using for on-set equipment. Check out the images below (minor spoilers included):
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We’ll be very curious to see how this film turns out, as some fans thought there were too many superheroes in Age of Ultron, and it looks like there may be nearly as many in Civil War, as well as Martin Freeman joining the cast (but not as a superhero).
Marvel will have the Russo brothers directing this film though, and they knocked The Winter Soldier out of the park, so we have high hopes for Civil War.
It’s exciting to finally see that Captain America: Civil War has begun shooting though, as it just feels so soon after Age of Ultron hit U.S. theaters. We look forward to finding out more about who will have the most screentime in the Captain America: The Winter Soldier sequel, and more importantly, if Spider-Man will make an appearance in the film now that he’s somewhat back under Marvel’s control.
We still haven’t found out who will play Spider-Man in Sony and Marvel’s joint films, but it’s rumored that Asa Butterfield is currently their top choice. The actor has to be announced soon, as Spider-Man will undoubtedly appear in Civil War, and it looks like production is in full-swing.
Captain America: Civil War will hit theaters May 6, 2016, just over a year after Avengers: Age of Ultron was released.