A new trailer of Captain America: Civil War has been released and it highlights Steve Rogers's journey from a scrawny little Brooklyn child in the 1940s to the superhero he became after getting injected with the super soldier serum in the first chapter of the movie franchise. Since then, Captain America has been defending humanity in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The video begins with Chris Evans taking part in Project Rebirth in Captain America: The First Avenger. The clip then goes on to show Captain America's involvement in the Second World War and how the superhero gets frozen for almost 70 years only to be woken up by Nick Fury and Shield.
The final few moments of the trailer shows the bond between Rogers and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) aka Winter Soldier. However, Rogers and Barnes's relationship will come in direct conflict with Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) in the upcoming Captain America movie, where the Avengers will be divided into Team Captain America and Team Iron Man over the government's decision to take over the running of the Avengers.
Scarlett Johansson, who plays the Black Widow, in one of the scenes says: "I know how much Buck means to you. Stay out of this one. Please you will only make this worse." To which Captain America replies, "You saying you will arrest me."
In the next clip, Downey Jr, who plays Iron Man, tells Captain America: "Captain, you seem a little defensive." And Rogers replies, "Well it has been a long day."
The movie will open in theatres in the US on 6 May.