'Captain America: Civil War' Spoiler Alert: Kevin Feige Teases Simple Story for ‘Civil War’, Talks Spider-Man's Cameo
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige teased fans with the storyline of the highly anticipated movie "Captain America: Civil War." The Marvel executive also talked about Spider-Man's cameo in the film.
More news for "Captain America: Civil War" fans, the Marvel Studios executive discussed the movie's plot in an interview with Zap2it, reports Comic Book Movie. Feige revealed that "Civil War" will be a "relatively simple story." The Marvel executive explained that the movie is about two characters who will find themselves on different sides of a political argument. The story will revolve on how the characters will respond to the situation, as well as trying to fit their personal relationships into the mix.
The Comic Book Movie report also mentioned Feige's confirmation that in "Captain America: Civil War," the Marvel superhero will continue his attempts to save an old friend, Bucky. Feige said: "Can he save his friend? Can he turn the Winter Soldier back into Bucky? Is that even possible? While the Winter Soldier, from most other people's point of view, is the deadliest, worst assassin of the past 70 years. So some people are like, 'Cap, you've got to let it go. He's not the guy that you used to know.' So it's a surprisingly personal story with a simple and very efficient plot that I think allows all those characters to have a presence and interact in a way different from other films we've made."
Meanwhile, in a previous interview with Hollywood Reporter, Feige spoke about the various Marvel Studio projects such as "Ant Man", "Thor 3" and more. When the subject of "Spider-Man" came up, the studio head recounted an agreement made with Sony Motion Picture Group. The agreement allowed them to produce "Spider-Man" films and provided an opportunity for the webbed-superhero to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The studio was reportedly excited with the prospect of creating the "best version of Spider-Man" now and in the universe that Marvel has created. This led to the introduction of "Spider-Man" in "Captain America: Civil War." In fact, actor Tom Holland, the new Peter Parker, is already filming with the "Civil War" team in Atlanta.
Marvel fans would have to wait until the movie's release to see the new "Spider-Man" and to find out whether "Cap" can save Bucky.
"Captain America: Civil War" is scheduled for release on May 6, 2016.