Even with the best roster of films that are better off seen and not heard, spoilers continue to be revealed in terms of its possible storyline and twist.
With one of the most anticipated movies from Marvel Cinematic Universe coming in May, “Captain America: Civil War,” is rumored to plot a death of a major character as it narrates the battle between Iron Man and Captain America.
According to an exclusive report from NY Daily News, Joe Quesada, Marvel’s chief creative officer, said, “If you want to really see a road map of where our movies will be (going) in the next five, 10 or 20 years, read the comics. Because they’re almost always a precursor to what’s on the horizon in our cinematic universe and our television universes.”
Although they did not reveal which character will die, it may most likely be pertaining to Captain America (Chris Evans), given the story of thte comic book version. In the story, Captain America will in the end surrender and meet his death through the hands of Crossbones (Frank Grillo) and Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp).
In addition, in the trailer released last November, Bucky (Sebastian Stan) can be seen using the shield of Captain America, which further sparked rumors that he will die in “Captain America: Civil War.” Nonetheless, fans will still have to wait for the movie in order to confirm Captain America’s fate.
Meanwhile, as fans anticipate for the film, Spider-Man’s appearance on the movie still remains a mystery. His character was initially rumored to appear “Captain America: Civil War,” but he continues to be absent in promotional mediums.
In an exclusive interview with the Russo brothers, co-directors of the “Captain America” series, they remained firm in keeping the detail in secret.
“No. We really can’t comment on that,” said Anthony Russo. His brother added, “Part of making these movies is maintaining surprise so that everybody’s excited and that’s one we’re going to make fans surprised,” notes Comic Book.
However, Joe affirmed that Spider-Man’s character will appear in “Captain America: Civil War” and was taken with a “very personal” approach as he was his favorite character growing up. Anthony added that Spider-Man will be in “Civil War” in a “specific tonal stylistic world.”
Fans will find out more when “Captain America: Civil War” hits the theatres on May 6, 2016.