'Captain America: Civil War' trailer, plot news: Russo Brothers reveal trailer is 'almost complete'

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A few lucky fans from previous events such as the D23 convention, and the Asia Pop Comic-Con in the Philippines were able to see a first look at a teaser trailer for the upcoming and much awaited Marvel Cinematic Universe film, “Captain America: Civil War”. But now, fans who were not able to take part in those events don’t have to wait too much longer, as the Russo Brothers, directors of the film, have revealed that the trailer is “almost complete”.

Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo were at a College in Cleveland to take part in a panel about filmmaking, and were able to talk about their current work at the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and some details about “Captain America: Civil War.”

In a post by Reddit user MrMaverick576, who was able to ask a few questions to the Russo Brothers, he asked Joe Russo about how Tom Holland’s debut appearance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man will be.

“He’s awesome,” Joe said.

As for Anthony, he shared details about the trailer that fans had been waiting for ever since a teaser was first released as a con exclusive. According to him, the wait may not be too long nowand it will be worth it.

“The trailer is almost complete,” he said. “With just a few special effects left to edit in, it should be out soon. You’re really going to enjoy it.”

The trailer for the film was recently reported to be first revealed in theaters alongside “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” when it opens on December 18.

Previously, as part of an announcement of a massive lineup of upcoming films from Disney, Marvel Studios announced a new lineup for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as sequels come to life, and more new movies are squeezed in for the current roadmap.

Ant-Man and The Wasp were announced and will hit theaters on July 6, 2018. With this, Black Panther was moved to February 16, 2018. The Captain Marvel film was also pushed back to a new release date of March 8, 2019.

Additionally, Marvel Studios announced placeholder release dates for three untitled MCU films on 2020. Expect three new films from Marvel Studios on May 1, July 10, and November 6, 2020.

Opening up Phase Three of The MCU, Captain America: Civil War opens in theaters May 6, 2016. This will be followed by Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, the Spider-Man reboot, Thor: Ragnarok, and various other films leading to Avengers: Infinity War Part I and Part II, followed by Inhumans.