War is coming. Collider is reporting that the the debut trailer for Captain America: Civil War will play in front of screenings for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which, as you probably well know by know, hits theaters this December.
The highly-anticipated blockbuster finds Captain America and Iron Man in disagreement with one another after politicians pass an act regulating superhuman activity. This disagreement over this passed act leads Cap and Mr. Stark to battle one another, while other Avengers members are left having to choose a side.
Don’t think this film is highly-anticipated? Try on the fact that it’s a Marvel film, the fact that most Avengers (save for Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk and Chris Hemsworth’s Thor) will make an appearance, the fact that Avengers are gonna fight one another, and the fact that Tom Holland and Chadwick Boseman (Peter Parker/Spider-Man and T’Challa/Black Panther respectively) will be making their Marvel Cinematic Universe debuts on for size. Yeah, this film’s gonna be big.
This news doesn’t come as a surprise at all with Disney owning both the Marvel and Star Wars properties, but it’s at least nice to know for sure when we can expect to see our first look at Marvel’s next film. Star Wars: The Force Awakens itself has everyone excited to make a trip to the movie theater in a couple of months, but you throw in a trailer for Captain America: Civil War that will play in front of it, and yeah, it’s gonna be a fun 3 hours at the cinema come December 18th.
Captain America: Civil War hits theaters May 6, 2016.