Captain America Release Date, Review And Report 2016-17 – Captain America : Civil War

We’ve got everything you need to know about Captain America: Civil War right here, including story

Captain America: Civil War is almost here. This is a big one for Marvel Studios. How big? There have been jokes made about Captain America: Civil War serving as Avengers 2.5 or as a bridge to Avengers: Infinity War before, but clearly they weren’t jokes. This is going to be a crucial Marvel Universe movie. Since there’s a lot to keep track of, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know in one place for you.

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Here’s an excerpt from our review (we loved it)……..The Captain America movies, by virtue of the fact that Steve Rogers is the cornerstone of the Marvel universe both in the comics and on screen, have been a combination of the two. Captain America: Civil War continues that tradition and, frankly, almost perfects it: more than any other Marvel film to date, Civil War juggles a number of different storytelling and character responsibilities successfully, resulting in an epic tale that feels incredibly intimate and puts the loyalties and ethics of the Avengers and others of their ilk to the test.

Release Date

Captain America: Civil War opens on May 6th, 2016.

Captain America: Civil War Runtime

This one runs an epic 147 minutes, so maybe don’t drink too much soda. This is Marvel’s longest movie.

We’ve broken down every bit of officially released info, as well as some of the more credible Captain America: Civil War rumors in the sections on the next pages. Beware, because this may contain some spoilers…

It’s Cap vs. Iron Man – and a few others — in the MCU’s epic new chapter.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe consists of roughly two types of films: most are standalone adventures based around one of the MCU’s central heroes, while every year or two comes an event picture – usually with Avengers in the title – that brings multiple heroes together in a story that ends up (in theory anyway) changing the shape of the MCU and having ramifications that echo through all succeeding films.

The Captain America movies, by virtue of the fact that Steve Rogers is the cornerstone of the Marvel universe both in the comics and on screen, have been a combination of the two. Captain America: Civil War continues that tradition and, frankly, almost perfects it: more than any other Marvel film to date, Civil War juggles a number of different storytelling and character responsibilities successfully, resulting in an epic tale that feels incredibly intimate and puts the loyalties and ethics of the Avengers and others of their ilk to the test. Like many previous Marvel movies, Civil War is only loosely based on the comic book arc of the same name, but it captures the intent and tone of the central struggle while adapting it to the ongoing canon of Marvel’s screen counterparts.

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