Captain America: Civil War
Find out which superhero will fight from Captain America's team and who will be joining Team Iron Man?

"Captain America: Civil War" has sparked fresh speculations with new leaked images. According to latest reports, leaked images give a peek into Spider-Man's "Civil War" costume and Black Panther's full-body black cat suit.

There were two images that were doing the rounds on social media. One of the images shows side view of (unmasked) Spider-Man and the other shows the web-slinger (wearing black mask and red and blue suit) clinging to a skyscraper, while Iron Man flies past in the background.

It's still uncertain if these photos are authentic. Comic Book pointed out they could be fake as one of the images is from a Spanish film "Maria y el Arana".

Beyond the photos, speculations have been revolving around the new Spidey suit in "Captain America: Civil War" ever since it was announced that Tom Holland will debut as Spider-Man in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The latest rumours suggest that Spidey will be sporting not one, but two costumes in the film. According to Heroic Hollywood, Peter Parker will first be introduced in a home-made version of the suit and will later get an upgrade from Tony Stark towards the end of the film. And this costume will apparently have the traditional blue and red colour theme.

Earlier, it was reported that Spider-Man will be part of team Iron Man in "Civil War" and there were conflicting reports that suggested that Stark may forgo the blue and red for red and gold in his version of Spidey suit to align with his style.

Meanwhile, a new set photo from "Captain America: Civil War" revealed the look of Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther costume. The photo is from the production set in Berlin and shows Black Panther (Boseman's body double) sporting full-body black cat suit with a face mask, walking on the side of a building with Bucky. This costume is similar to the concept art Marvel released last year.

"Captain America: Civil War" is slated for release on 6 May, 2016, in the US and on 29 April, 2016, in the UK.