Many fans consider the upcoming "Captain America" film to be "Avengers 2.5" since most of the "Avengers" superheroes will be seen alongside with "Captain America." It is one of the most anticipated films from Marvel, and fans cannot wait to see the first trailer to be released for the new film. Rumor has it that the movie's first official trailer will be released on the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in December.
It was recently reported by Collider that the first official trailer of "Captain America: Civil War" will be attached to the showing of the new "Star Wars" film, which will premiere this Dec. 17. The website has connected some clues, like in a recent post from a Twitter account with the handle @Russo_Brothers.
For those who don't know, the Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony, are the directors of the third installment of the "Captain America" film series. The tweet includes two photos side-by-side, where the left photo shows a very close-up image of a "Star Wars" poster, and the right is described to be Captain America-like. Fans have immediately connected the clues, and said that the trailer of the next "Captain America" film might indeed be attached to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
According to the International Business Times, the account is neither officially confirmed by the directors nor by the "Captain America: Civil War's" official trailer. Marvel fans can only hope for it to be shown during the premiere of the new "Star Wars" movie this December.
"Captain America: Civil War" will premiere next year on May 6. Chris Evans will be back to reprise his role as the American superhero, and a few of his fellow "Avengers" will join him in the movie. The cast includes Robert Downey Jr. (Ironman), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye).