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What happened in the Captain America: Civil War trailer?

The following has been compiled from the various notes online regarding what was seen in the trailer for the highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War trailer:

  • The trailer opens with Falcon, Captain America and Black Widow on a stake out at a marketplace.
  • Falcon says “Red Wing activate!”and we witness a drone version of his comic book falcon sidekick!
  • Red Wing goes under a truck and scans it.
  • The truck has a battering ram built on it. This is discovered by Black Widow.
  • The three heroes set upon the truck.
  • Black Widow runs through the marketplace with lots of flips and martial arts action.
  • Crossbones is standing in the center of the marketplace.
  • Captain America battles Crossbones is angry about what Cap did to his face, but Cap knocks him back, knocking his mask off. Crossbones mentions Bucky and it grabs Cap’s attention.
  • General Ross’ voice: “The world owes you an unpayable debt,” he says. “But some people use the world vigilante. People are afraid.”
  • Bucky in the same room from thescene at the end of Ant-Man.
  • There is a quick shot of Scarlet Witch and Vision, dressed in a tuxedo sitting by a chess board.
  • A funeral is shown, the coffin has a Union Jack on it.
  • Tony Stark looks at Captain America: “Sometimes I want to punch you in your perfect teeth,” he says.  “Without boundaries,” Stark says, “We’re no better than the bad guys.”
  • General Ross’ voice: “So far nothing has happened that can’t be undone.”
  • There’s a shot of War Machine with Iron Man.
  • Captain America’s team gathers. Falcon, Scarlet Witch, and Hawkeye are there.
  • Hawkeye vs. Black Widow! “We’re still friends, right?” asks Widow. “It depends on how hard you hit me!” says Hawkeye.
  • In a parking garage, Falcon opens a van’s door. Scott Lang is inside, asleep. He jumps up and is super-excited to see Steve Rogers. “I’m shaking your hand too long,” he says, overjoyed. “I know you, too” he says to Scarlet Witch, unable to take his eyes off cap, “You’re great.”
  • “I know you know a lot of super people,” says Lang. “So thinks for thanking of me! I mean, thanks for thinking of me!”

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