‘Captain America: Civil War’ Stunts Take Center Stage in Behind-the-Scenes Video

     March 10, 2016


As seems to be increasingly common, we’re getting to see most of Marvel’s latest blockbuster before the movie actually comes out. But, if you crave all of the Captain America: Civil War you can get, a new behind-the-scenes video showcases some of the awesome stunt work (some of which is actually performed by the actors), as well as quite a few funny quips between cast mates.

ET was on the movie’s Atlanta set recently, and interviewed Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie, Scarlett Johansson, and Elizabeth Olsen on their roles. There are also some scenes of Sebastian Stan doing his own stunt work, as well. ET breaks everything down into Civil War 101 (as far as who is on which team, and who the characters are, and Evans saying typical Marvel non-speak things like “Tony and I have opposing view points, it results in a little bit of conflict”). But there are also plenty of interesting things happening in the background. Check it out below:

The little moments between the cast are quite fun though, too, especially with Olsen and Johansson musing about how they wish they knew what it was like to actually be able to perform their stunts, and Mackie joking, “little Olsen, we bullied her a lot.” There’s clearly a lot of love on the team, and Chris Evans (in full Boston accent) closes things out by challenging Mackie to a dance-off (again — he says there’s always an excuse), to which Mackie hilariously replies, “don’t be the Pacquiao to my Mayweather, you don’t want this drama, you don’t want it!”

Captain America: Civil War premieres May 6th, but be on the look out for a new trailer and more coming today. In the meantime, peruse our recent Cap coverage:


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