Captain America: Civil War


Captain America: Civil War is an American movie of Marvel Comics superheroes featuring Captain America, which “Marvel Studios” produced and “Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures” distributed. This movie is the follow-up to Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and the 13th movie of the “Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)”. Joe Russo and Anthony directed this movie, with Stephen McFeely & Christopher Markus did the screenplay of the movie.



  1. Robert Downey, Jr. is Iron Man / Tony Stark
  2. Chris Evans is Captain America / Steve Rogers
  3. Anthony Mackie is Falcon / Sam Wilson
  4. Scarlett Johansson is Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff
  5. Jeremy Renner is Hawkeye / Clint Barton
  6. Paul Rudd is Ant-Man / Scott Lang
  7. Tom Holland is Spider-Man / Peter Parker
  8. Don Cheadle is War Machine / James “Rhodey” Rhodes
  9. Elizabeth Olsen is Scarlet Witch / Wanda Maximoff
  10. Sebastian Stan is Winter Soldier / Bucky Barnes
  11. Chadwick Boseman is Black Panther / T’Challa
  12. Paul Bettany is Vision
  13. Frank Grillo is Crossbones / Brock Rumlow
  14. Daniel Brühl is Helmut Zemo
  15. Emily VanCamp is Sharon Carter

During 1991, HYDRA operators in Siberia revitalize “Bucky” Barnes as of a cryogenic condition and made him to be fully submissive to anybody who performs certain activation terms. After that he is send off to interrupt a car and take a container of serum of super-soldier, and advised to make no eyewitness.

Just about one year later than Ultron’s beat by Avengers, Natasha Romanoff, Steve Rogers, Wanda Maximoff, and Sam Wilson prevent Brock Rumlow from thieving an organic weapon from a laboratory in Nigeria. While the fight, Wanda unintentionally made a building to be blasted, this killed Rumlow and a lot of Wakandan aid people and escalating the worldwide community’s doubt of the Avengers’ job!

In Avengers’ H.Q., Thaddeus Ross, Secretary of State notifies Avengers that the UN is planning to sign the Sokovia Agreement, which will set up a global prevailing body to watch and regulate the quickly increasing superhuman inhabitants. The squad is separated over the treaty: Tony Stark in its support as he consider himself accountable for building Ultron and annihilation the android took to Sokovia, whereas Rogers is disbelieving of administration omission and desires the Avengers to stay liberated to take action of their personal agreement.