New Captain America: Civil War Images Give Us A Closer Look At Crossbones And More

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Credit: Marvel

We are a bit more than two months away from one of the most anticipated Marvel films up to date: Captain America: Civil War. The third Captain America movie will kickstart Marvel’s Phase Three and will bring the big battle between Team Captain America and Team Iron Man to the big screen.

Civil War also has the biggest ensemble Marvel Studios has had so far, with the original Avengers (minus Hulk and Thor), the New Avengers, Bucky Barnes, Sharon Carter, new villain Baron Zemo (Daniel Brühl), new hero Black Panther, General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross (yes, The Incredible Hulk is part of this universe), and Brock Rumlow returning now as Crossbones. Oh, this movie will also introduce the new Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and will be Martin Freeman’s debut in the MCU. It’s a huge deal.

With two trailers out already, we haven’t gotten proper looks at some of these characters, but thanks to Empire we know have a closer look to some of them, including a first look at Martin Freeman.

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Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire

Among these images is a closer look at Scarlet Witch, sporting the same costume we saw her with at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire

As much as I love her, the highlight of these images has to be a closer, proper look at Crossbones. Until now, the only pics we had were blurry, on set pics taken from a distance, but Marvel and Empire have blessed us with this pic.

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Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire

Empire also shared two covers, poking our feels: one with half of Captain America’s shield and half of Iron Man’s mask, in a very dark and dramatic aesthetic, and the other one of Cap and Iron Man in battle mode.

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Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire
Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire
Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire

They also shared an image of Captain America and Tony, face to face, ready to break some spirits all around the world. We will never be ready for this movie.

Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire
Credit: Marvel Entertainment/Empire

Sadly, there’s still no sight of Baron Zemo. Will they keep him under wraps until the movie comes out, like Spider-Man? Why can’t we have even the smallest glimpse at him? I just want to look at Daniel Brühl, guys.

Captain America: Civil War will be released on May 6.

 

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