Oct 14, 2014

Captain America 3 plot revealed

So first we have Avengers 2 which is the whole Ultron thing, then we'll have Captain America 3 which will be an adaption of Civil War, which from what I can tell is the heros split into groups and fight, the ringleaders being Captain America vs Iron Man.  Then will probably be Avengers 3 which is when Thanos will freaking finally do his thing.  Also Robder Downey Jr. is coming back to play Iron Man.  Color me not surprised, but they're were rumors that he was done with the franchise, but surprise surprise, Disney ain't gonna late that money maker go.

Now if you want some serious spoiler stuff there was an interview on Badass Digest that basically sums up what happens from now to Thanos, so yeah, spoilers below the break.



"More than that, Marvel is looking at Cap 3 as Avengers 2.5. It's going to be another ensemble picture, and it could feature Cap's new team from the end of Age of Ultron. Last I heard (and they haven't shot this scene yet, so it could change) that team is Falcon, War Machine, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and Black Widow, as well as probably The Vision (although I have been told Black Widow will not be much of a presence in Cap 3). And once again the events of a Captain America movie will reshape the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Remember when I told you Cap wouldn't be in Avengers 3? This is why. At the end of Cap 3 the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be in a tough, dark place, with the heroes scattered and defeated. That will continue through Avengers 3, and it will leave the world open to the threat of Thanos in either Avengers 4 or the big universe-wide team-up movie, whichever comes first. ..just when you assume it's Thanos in Avengers 3 - they throw a curveball at you.


How will Civil War play out? I know that at the end of Age of Ultron Tony Stark retires from The Avengers and possibly even from being Iron Man. He feels very responsible for what happened in that film, as the Ultron project was his brainchild. Here's my guess for Cap 3: with that in mind, and aware of the destruction his out of control robot caused, Tony thinks that the Age of Miracles is too unregulated. With the fall of SHIELD there's simply no one keeping tabs on everybody. That scene of Black Widow in front of the Congressional committee in The WInter Soldier was a late addition, and it speaks to this - these super beings are answering to no one. And Tony decides that's wrong. Which brings him into direct conflict with Captain America, who is still leading a team of Avengers. I don't think this will follow the exact outline of the comic book story, but simply take the concept and the beloved Marvel idea of heroes battling.

Does Cap die in this movie? Like I said, I've heard the title Fallen Son getting tossed around a lot."

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