Captain America: Civil War won’t hit movie theaters until May 6th of next year, but is it possible that we’ll get our first at the film before the year ends? According to The Projection List, it looks like we may!
Now, I should note that, just because a trailer is projected for a certain date, that doesn’t mean it is guaranteed. Still, there are plenty of reasons to believe this projected trailer time-frame to be pretty accurate. If you’ll recall, Marvel released the first teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, also a May release, back in October of last year. And earlier this year, The Projection List noted that the third trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron would hit during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on March 3rd, only for Marvel to initially deny the reports – which ended up being true in the end.
Even though it isn’t a certainty at this point, especially considering the film is only a month into production and November is still five months out, I feel comfortable in saying a teaser trailer in November seems like a safe bet.
Of course, The Projection List can be off sometimes, for example, they had the Batman v. Superman trailer listed as projected long before it ever hit, although those incorrect projection dates could be blamed on the studio deciding to hold the trailer for a later release. Even still, while they may be off occasionally, they do have a proven track record with their projection dates.
The current projection date for the Captain America: Civil War teaser trailer is November 6th, and while that date can change down the line, it’s worth marking on your calendars!
Captain America: Civil War, which started production in May, is currently filming in Atlanta and is set to hit movie theaters on May 6th, 2016.
Source: The Projection List.