Filming for Captain America: Civil War has recently moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Berlin, Germany as the film nears the end of production. Fans recently spotted Tom Holland (Spider-Man) in the country just a few days after the likes of Chris Evans (Captain America) and Anthony Mackie (Falcon) were shown on set, indicating that Spider-Man’s role may be a bit larger than originally thought.
With filming nearly complete, Marvel Studios decided to spotlight the film by having Evans and Mackie take a slight break from filming to visit D23 and introduce the first footage from Civil War. While at D23, Yahoo was also lucky enough to sit down with both actors and discuss the forthcoming film.
There have already been rumors about how the sides will shape up, but according to Evans, figuring out who is in the right will be up to you.
If it’s easy to decide which side you fall on, the movie loses some, some stakes. I think what makes this movie great is that it’s not… This is the first time Cap doesn’t quite know what the right answer is.
Along with Holland’s Spider-Man, another new character that will make his debut in Captain America: Civil War will be Black Panther, played by actor Chadwick Boseman. Speaking to Yahoo, Mackie had some high praise for his new co-star.
If anyone was going to play Black Panther, it would be Chad. He’s a great addition to the Marvel universe and the level of performance and talent he brings to that character, nobody else would be able to.
Back in Germany, Hawkeye and Captain America stunt doubles have been spotted on an airport runway. And just a few days ago, Falcon and Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) were spotted running inside an airport side by side. See all the latest set photos below.
Captain America: Civil War is set to hit theaters May 6, 2016. Be sure to follow along here to stay up to date on all things Civil War.