Captain America director says Marvel’s Civil War movie unlikely

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Anthony and Joe Russo (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) will be co-directing the third Captain America film, and they already know what the title is going to be. (They aren’t sharing it, however.) Fans have been guessing what the title could be including Captain America: Fallen Son and Captain America: Secret Wars. There is one event that the brothers think won’t happen. In an interview with Desde Hollywood, Joe talks about the possibility of a Marvel Civil War movie.

Joe Russo said, “It’s complex. There are a lot of characters. Marvel doesn’t have ownership of some of the key players in that. […] I don’t run Marvel so I can’t say that it won’t happen, but I would say that it is highly unlikely.”

The Civil War includes a lot of Marvel characters like Wolverine, Spider-Man and the Avengers. An incident involving the accidental death of many innocent civilians by young superheroes caused the government to take action, resulting in a civil war between the Avengers.

In the interview, the directors also discuss Chris Evans passion for Marvel films. Evans signed on to do six Marvel movies, but fans are worried that after the contract is over, he won’t be returning as Captain America. He has said in interviews that he’s okay with acting in just Marvel films, since he wants to focus on directing afterwards. The Russo brothers also reinforce Evans dedication to Marvel.

“Chris has always said that he will always do Marvel movies,” adds Anthony. “There was never an issue in terms of his future in the Marvel franchise. He is there and very committed to the character.”

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Source: Desde Hollywood

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