Captain America: Civil War trailer: A shot-by-shot analysis

'Divided we fall'

Jack Shepherd
Wednesday 25 November 2015 18:04

The first trailer for Captain America: Civil War has finally been released and it is as explosive and Avenger filled as to be expected.

Fans have been speculating like crazy over what they think each shot means, and what impact it will have on the movie as a whole.

We've taken the best shots from the trailer and done a quick analysis of each one, hopefully giving some insight as to what it all means! Click through the gallery above, the text should appear either on the right-hand side of the screen for desktop users or below for mobile phones.

Captain America: Civil War - Trailer

Notably, the trailer features neither Spider-Man or Martin Freeman's upcoming character. There is also a significant lack of the Vision, who is expected to feature on Tony Stark's side.

A new poster for the film has also been released, which see's Tony and Steve Rodger's facing off eye-to-eye with the caption "Divided we fall".

Exciting stuff. Captain America: Civil War reaches cinemas 6 May 2016.

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