'Captain America' Battles 'Crossbones' In New CIVIL WAR Photos; Jeremy Renner Arrives On Set

'Captain America' Battles 'Crossbones' In New CIVIL WAR Photos; Jeremy Renner Arrives On Set

More photos from the set of Captain America: Civil War have surfaced, and they give us a much better look at the battle between the titular superhero and Crossbones. We also have some new shots of The Falcon, one of which confirms that these scenes are taking place in Africa...

Thanks to Just Jared, we have some great action shots from the set of Captain America: Civil War. As you can see, it appears as if the guantlets Brock Rumlow is wearing as Crossbones have made him considerably more powerful, and he sends Steve Rogers flying here. The final image of those features here - many more can be found by clicking on the link below - also confirms what many of us suspected; these scenes do indeed take place in Africa. Whether or not it's Wakanda is another matter, but with Black Panther set to play a role in the threequel, you have to imagine that there will be some ties. What do you guys think? As always, share your thoughts and theories below.

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Meanwhile, MTV News have a couple of additional photos of Captain America battling Crossbones, not to mention Jeremy Renner arriving on set! Make sure to head on over to the site for more shots of the two going to battle. I wonder what role Hawkeye will end up playing in these scenes? 

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