Captain America Civil War
In the movie, Captain America and Iron Man will be battling each other over their difference of opinion on whether the government should be allowed to place regulations on superheroesMarvel

The latest teaser of Captain America: Civil War released by Marvel involving Spider-Man has been viewed over 100 million times. Now, whether intentional or not, the trailer has given away a massive spoiler.

Warning: Spoliers ahead, proceed at your own risk

Co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo have promised a pretty serious tone for the movie and the trailer has teased the death or two, in the final battle between the two opposing sides one that is supporting Steve Rogers (Captain America) played by Chris Evans, while the other that is favour of Tony Stark (Iron Man) played by Robert Downey Jr.

In the trailer, it is suggested that Spidey (played by Tom Holland) is on Iron Man's side, but what would actually happen in the movie is hard to guess. Nonetheless, in a dramatic entry, Spider-Man is seen at the very last seconds snatching Captain America's shield and tying his hands, while gracefully landing on top of a van.

The trailer has revealed more than just Spidey's supports for Iron Man. According to Movieweb, the teaser also shows the possible death of Bucky (The Winter Soldier) as it cites an Imgur user, who noticed that in one of the fight scenes between Captain America and Iron Man, a body with a torn off arm lay on the floor in the background. However, it is not clear as to whether The Winter Soldier (played by Sebastian Stan) dies in the movie.

In Civil War, Steve Rogers and Tony Stark will battle each other over their difference of opinion on whether the government should be allowed to place regulations on superheroes. Iron Man is in favour of the regulations and Captain America is not, which leads to other members of the Avengers take sides. The government's move to impose regulations on superheroes comes after collateral damage is caused when Avengers acting on their own to defend humanity from evil forces.

Captain America: Civil War hits theatres on 6 May 2016.