The Marvel Cinematic Universe's (MCU) Avengers have been wreaking havoc in several parts of the world. They now have to be held accountable for their actions as fear and distrust against powered individuals continue to grow. There's also the question of whether the system can be trusted - a dilemma Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America, has been mulling over since discovering the curroption at the top ranks of the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (S.H.I.E.L.D.).

Since Bucky Barnes escaped after the events of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and has tried to redeem himself, the question of how to control those with superpowers or at least monitor their movements keep arising.

As the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., headed by Agent Phil Coulson, tries to piece the good parts of the agency back together in the television series, its main power group of heroes have begun to question their place in the system. The system wants everyone that possesses powers, through technology or otherwise, to register and be policed as if they were the very criminals they saved the world from.

Tony Stark's carelessness led him unleashing Ultron on the world. He is, nevertheless, ready to fight with Rogers, who just wants to find and protect his best friend Bucky Barnes. Played by Sebastian Stan, Barnes has been trying to piece his humanity back together after severe brainwashing by Hydra to use his powers to help out. However, the system still considers him as a vigilante.

Righteous and just as he is, Captain America must choose a side even if it will pit him against his own team. This is exactly what happens as the Avengers choose a side and turn on each other. Who are really the villains here and what happens when the most powerful have to fight each other to protect their beliefs? In the case of these powered individuals - a lot of action-packed sequences in one epic movie.

"Captain America: Civil War" will fight its way to the cinemas on May 6, 2016. Check out the incredible trailer below.

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