During the taped airing of the MTV Movie Awards, an exclusive clip from Captain America: Civil War debuted featuring Steve Rogers, Falcon and Scarlet Witch on a mission.
Is #TeamCap trying to save Bucky Barnes?
We also saw more footage of Crossbones in action, Bucky vs. Tony Stark, Rogers vs. Black Panther, etc…
Civil War hits theaters May 6th, 2016. The closer we get, the more we’ll likely get.
Deadpool is a force right now at the box office. Two weeks in a row, the “Merc with a Mouth” has dominated any and all competition. Deadpool currently ranks 6th all-time in earnings for a Rated-R movie with $235.4 million in the U.S., #1 is The Passion of the Christ with $370.8 million.
Contributing to Deadpool’s box office success, Captain America himself went to see the film and apparently loved it.
As we know, Captain America is recruiting heroes to side in his Civil Warbattle with Iron Man. As a sign of appreciation, Ryan Reynolds gave Evans a hashtag endorsement.
Robert Downey Jr. didn’t take to kindly to the Twitter swing.
Then Reynolds responded in true Deadpool fashion.
Unfortunately, we won’t see Deadpool teaming up and/or facing off with the Avengers anytime soon. Like The X-Men, Deadpool is a Twentieth Century Fox property while The Avengers are under Disney’s control. There’s no way Disney would allow its stars to drop the kind of “language” that theater goers loved from Deadpool.
A Deadpool sequel is already in the works though (why not) and Cable is set to be involved too. Captain America: Civil Warhits theaters May 6th, 2016.
Check out the latest Piffcast on how Deadpool could effect Marvel/DC films going forward. Follow along for more on Facebook or Twitter.