‘Captain America: Civil War International News And Rumors: Black Panther Vs Bucky In Behind The Scenes Pic
In his big debut appearance as part of Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther is reportedly trading blows with Bucky Barnes, also known as The Winter Soldier.
Film directors Anthony and Joe Russo offered a teaser of snapshots in their Instagram pics of what appeared to be a fighting scene where T'Challa (Black Panther's real name) catches on Bucky as the latter tries to evade the former using a motorcycle according to a roundup by Games Radar. With a bounty on his head, Barnes would definitely not let go without giving a ferocious resistance.
According to speculative theory swirling reported by MStarsNews, Black Panther was drawn into the epic clash of Marvel superheroes due to Bucky's alleged hand in the assasination of T'Challa's father. If this proves to be accurate, then we'll see a more emotionalized portrayal of Black Panther in a vengeful spirit as he sets out to exact justice by taking matters into his own hand.
The movie revolves around a political feud between Rogers and Tony Stark following the Avengers' disastrous incident resulting to massive collateral damage. The dire consequences resulted to a growing public pressure to reign in the superheroes in an system of accountability overseen by the state.
"The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps -- one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark's surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability," the synopsis of the movie reads as quoted by The Mary Sue.
As reported by International Business Times, Captain America: Civil War is slated for release in US cinemas on May 6. The new movie marked the Russo brothers' character-based installement based on Marvel Cinematic Universe. The duo will direct Phase Three by Doctor Strange (due for release on November 4) and Guardians of the Galaxy (scheduled for cinematic release on May 5).