CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR To Have "Controversial" Ending; 'Pepper Potts' Confirmed To Appear
Captain America: Civil War is going to be a very big movie, and that's something which was emphasised by Joe Russo in the latest issue of Empire Magazine. Asked about the ramifications this first Phase 3 movie will have, the co-director revealed that, "The consequences of Civil War will have an even more significant impact [than The Winter Soldier]. In Civil War, we're going to change the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Psychology, and it's an extreme shift." He added: "Winter Soldier was a political thriller; this is a psychological thriller." Now, there have been a lot of rumours about how the end of the movie is going to play out, and Anthony went on to promise that fans should expect a "very dramatic ending that will be controversial for a lot of people."
Lots of new details about Captain America: Civil War have been revealed in the latest issue of Empire Magazine, and as well as what's mentioned in the headline above, we have new Avengers: Infinity War details...
As well as mentioning that test audiences have been split when it comes to rooting for either #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan, the magazine confirms that Gwyneth Paltrow took part in reshoots for Captain America: Civil War, so we now know for sure that Pepper Potts will be back!
Going back to the way the movie wraps up and it definitely sounds as if we should expect it to set the stage for Thanos' impending arrival on Earth in Avengers: Infinity War. "We've written three movies about a pretty stoic guy, and now we get to write for all the gang," co-writer Stephen McFeely teased. "But Civil War was a walk in the park compared to these other two. We're writing scenes for characters that haven't been cast yet..." That was a sentiment echoed by Joe as he cleared up just how these movies are all tied together. "We wanted Winter Soldier, Civil War, and the Infinity War films to have a strong through line. We look at this movie as setting the stage for Infinity War, how it starts and what condition everybody is in." What do you guys think?
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