The Avengers have been allowed to wreak chaos on the world for too long now, and authorities are ready to put a stop to it. Most of the superhero team agree that some things need to be reassessed, but Captain America is willing to go it alone if it means saving his best friend.

Captain AmericaCaptain America never thought he'd have to fight his friends

Stepping away from the good guy bad guy formula, 'Captain America: Civil War' brings us a fight between two different sides of would-be good. There isn't always one right decision, but in this case two rights could definitely make a wrong.

Our Captain, Steve Rogers, (played by Chris Evans) is desperate to find his friend Bucky (Sebastian Stan), despite the fact that he tried to kill him in 2014's 'The Winter Soldier'. He persuades Sam Wilson, the Falcon, (Anthony Mackie) to join him in his search but, upon finding Bucky, he appears to be suffering from memory loss, at first only recalling vague details of his supposed best friend and protesting his innocence.

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Rogers might have forgiven him for his past actions, sympathising with him for being experimented on and brain-washed during World War II, but the federal authorities have other ideas. They're planning to dispose of him once and for all, and they're damned if they're going to let Captain America get in their way no matter how much the pair of them insist he's a good guy.

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In fact, the government and, indeed, the world are no longer willing to stand by and let Rogers and his friends systematically obliterate the world without supervision. Natasha Romanoff's Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Tony Stark's Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) at least are willing to co-operate, and urge Rogers to do the same. But he can't just stand by and let his best friend be hunted down. Stark tries to warn him that the Avengers are becoming no better than the people they are fighting, but Rogers is refusing to believe it.

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Meanwhile, Wilson is trying to remain on Rogers' side, but even he is a little doubtful of whether or not they are doing the right thing. When words are no longer enough to unite them, it turns into a full scale war - only this time its heroes versus heroes.

Black WidowBlack Widow tries to keep the peace

'Captain America: Civil War' is a sequel to 'The Winter Soldier' and 'The First Avenger', and is the latest addition to the ongoing Marvel Avengers franchise. Anthony Russo and Joe Russo return to direct, with Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely once again on the screenplay.

The film is set to be released in the UK on April 26th 2016.

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