Captain America Civil War
The Vision will play a critical role in Captain America Civil War Marvel

Captain America Civil War will feature the new Avenger, The Vision, played by Paul Bettany in Age Of Ultron. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo dished about his role in the upcoming Captain America movie, which is scheduled to release on 6 May 2016.

Spoilers ahead

When asked if the red-skinned android plays a big part in the film, Joe Russo teased his critical role in the movie. He told Sina Entertainment (via Comic Book) "Vision is a captivating character, and he does play a critical role in the Civil War. The comic fans might be able to guess what he is going to do."

The director is hinting at the Civil War comics storyline where Vision disables Tony Stark's Iron Man armour during the final battle. This provides Captain America with an opportunity to take a dig at Tony Stark. The trailer also shows Cap and Tony Stark fighting as Steve says, "Sorry Tony. You know I wouldn't do this if I had any other choice. But he [Bucky] is my friend." A beaten down Tony replies, "So was I."

Speaking about Bucky and Cap's relationship, Joe Russo teased that people could interpret the relationship in whichever way they wanted to. The director explained that they shared a close bond, mostly as two brothers.

Joe Russo explained, "For us, we've always interpreted the relationship as two brothers. They're very close characters, they have a relationship with each other that is very deep. The bond between them is very strong, [which is] what motivates the storytelling. These are both characters that came from nothing. Captain America was basically an orphan, and Bucky's family took him in. When he was sleep for several years, he lost everything that was dear to him."

"And when he took the serum and became Captain America, he gave away a large part of himself for a patriotic cause. So, you have a character who is searching for the only thing that he has left from his past... and that's Bucky. And people interpreted that relationship all kinds of ways and it's great to see people argue about it what that relationship means to them," he added.