Captain America: The Civil War
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"Avengers: The Age of Ultron" wasn't only about the conflict between the robots and humankind because throughout the movie, fans can see the growing clash of ideologies between Iron Man and Captain America. And it is on this premise that "Captain America: Civil War" is going to take place.

Though the plot details for the next marvel movie have not been revealed as such, most of the comic fans know that it is here where the Avengers get split. Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America and Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man are the only cast members who have been confirmed for "The Civil War".

In a joint interview with The Day, both Evans and Downey talk about the complications that arise in their characters in the next movie.

Steve Rogers is still feeling the effects of the widespread corruption that had taken place in "The Winter Soldier" and this has led him to question the very authorities that he had been blindly following since the beginning. 

Meanwhile, Tony Stark now believes that he has become a changed man and he now no longer desires to order and seek control over people. He is hit with morality and humanity, and feels responsible for any damage caused by him. 

"Neither one of them are blindly convicted. It's blurry and that's what makes it great. No one's right, no one's wrong," said Evans, who plays the saviour for the fourth time for the billion-dollar movie franchise.

"It's going to make it even harder for them to come to an agreement, which I'm really excited about," Downey said.

To give it a more practical feel, Evans compares their on-screen bonding to "marriage" where they "love each other, but it's explosive." But what they don't realise is that they have different approaches towards the same goal, of saving humankind from danger.

Due on 6 May, 2016, "Captain America: The Civil War" has become one of the most talked-about Marvel releases for the next year. Hopefully, fans won't not be disappointed.