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International ‘Captain America: Civil War’ trailer includes never-before-seen footage

Captain America Civil War Trailer

The first teaser trailer for Captain America: Civil War was released in late November, giving the world its first taste of the next chapter in Marvel’s ongoing saga. 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier was arguably one of the best movies so far in the Marvel series, so this next film has big shoes to fill. Additional footage from the movie that was released a week ago today filled in a few blanks, and now we’ve caught wind of the international cut of the new Captain America trailer, which includes never-before-seen footage that’s nowhere to be found in the original trailer.

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If the suspense being built up in Marvel’s new Civil War trailer is any indication, theater goers will be sitting on the edges of their seats through most of this movie, which sees the Avengers divided in conflict. When the government decides that people with superhuman powers need more oversight, members of the Avengers team take opposite sides of the argument, setting up intense fights that might even leave a few casualties in their wake.

You’ve already seen the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War, and now you can check out the recut with additional footage. The new version is embedded below and Captain America: Civil War is set to premiere in theaters on May 16, 2016.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3vC6VaQ8ck

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