We already knew that
, but the latest issue of Captain America: Civil War is on track to be the greatest Marvel movie yet is certainly reassuring. A full feature on the follow-up to 2014's Empire Magazine Captain America: The Winter Soldier provides us with brand new photos from the film, details regarding a few mystery characters, and how the Russo brothers are fully prepared for the ramifications after audiences witness the conclusion of their film.
"The consequences of
Civil War will have an even more significant impact [than The Winter Soldier]," the Russos said to Empire Magazine. In Civil War, we're going to change the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Psychology, and it's an extreme shift." "Winter Soldier was a political thriller; this is a psychological thriller."
Brock Rumlow, a character left for dead at the end of 'Winter Soldier,' dons full metal gear
as 'Crossbones.' The villain is known to play a vital part in the Civil War comic book storyline. (Photo: Empire Magazine)
This is our first look at the unmasked T'Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), the African prince of fictional Wakanda who aligns himself with 'Team Iron Man.' This is
Boseman's first appearance in a five- picture deal he's secured with Marvel. (Photo: Empire Magazine)
returns as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, one of the newest Avengers and most conflicted member of the team. Her inner demons will certainly shape the film's plot as she deals with the death of her twin, Pietro, while harnessing her powers for good. Will she choose the right side or end up in the same position as her brother by the film's end? (Photo: Empire Magazine)
While an appearance by Gwenyth Paltrow's Pepper Potts has been confirmed, the more interesting casting
confirmation comes in the form of Martin Freeman. 'The Hobbit' star will be playing Everett Ross, an important member of the Joint Counter Terrorist Centre and vital player in the 'Black Panther' world. No word of how much he'll be used come May, but the reaction of Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) as she stands alongside him appears he won't be delivering any good news. (Photo: Empire Magazine)
Captain America: Civil War
hits theaters on May 6th, 2016.