‘Captain America: Civil War’ Plot: Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige Says Story Is ‘Simple’; Chris Evans Calls It ‘A Family Dispute’
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Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige explains “Captain America: Civil War’s” plot.
Feige sat down with Zap2it and revealed that the second post credits scene in “Ant-Man” actually takes place in the middle of “Civil War,” and that it will “play a part at a cerain point in that film.”
He also compared “Avengers: Age of Ultron” which “had a lot going on” to the upcoming movie, which he reveals will actually be “simple.”
“Civil War’ is a relatively simple story,” Feige explained, adding the movie “is a surprisingly grounded story about two characters that most audience members have come to know and like and admire finding themselves on different sides of a political argument, like the country does on many occasions, and how they both respond to that.
“That’s the story. So it’s actually a very, very simple story, and then how their personal relationships fit into that.”
Franchise star Chris Evans also spoke about “Captain America: Civil War’s” plot and described it to be some sort of a “family” affair.
“We definitely have gloves on, but it’s more of a family dispute. That’s what’s so great about this movie and the characters and how they work together. It’s more so when you have a sibling rivalry,” Evans told IGN. “The reason people can relate to these characters so much is because they can relate to what they’re going through.” Read the rest of this entry »