CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVILWAR
It’s hero against hero in Marvel’s next blockbuster
After bonding as both war veterans and superheroes in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson (Chris Evans and Anthony Mackie) reteam in the shield-wielding sequel. According to Evans, Wilson is the constant Cap can rely on in the battle ahead…
“Cap’s a soldier,” Evans tells SFX, “and I think he expects a lot of the people he trusts. And given the last Cap movie, trust has been one of the things that has been hard to find. So between him and Sam there’s been a very tight bond. I don’t want to give too much away, but there’s a hard decision for Cap to make, and Sam and him kind of remain in unity.”
Mackie tells us that Civil War’s central conflict between Cap and Iron Man is one born of sibling rivalry.
“Everybody can understand confusion and bickering between family. That’s all this is. I mean, Tony Stark and Captain America are brothers, and they have a misunderstanding. Like most of the time when you bicker with one of your siblings. That’s kind of what Civil War has come to be. That’s why people are going to relate to it so well.” Joseph McCabe