Good morning comic fans! Have you ever wanted to go partying with The Avengers? Well last night, actor Mark Ruffalo was spotted out partying with some of the cast of Civil War. Chris Evans (Steve Rogers), Daniel Brühl (Baron Zemo) and Anthony Mackie (Falcon) all joined forces for a nightclub crawl across Berlin.

German news provider, BILD, speculated that Mark Ruffalo could be reprising his role, at least as Bruce Banner, for the Russo’s third Captain America film. They also suggested that due to the nature of the actors he was seen with, there could be an indication that Banner will be ‘siding’ with Captain America’s team for the movie. In the comics, Captain America led the anti-registration side of the superhero fighting.

 

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The Russo Brother’s sequel, to the wildly successful Captain America: The Winter Solider, will depart quite substantially from the event-comic by Mark Millar. This is mainly due to Marvel not owning the rights to some of it’s major franchises, most noticeably The Fantastic Four who played a big part on both sides of the Superhero Registration Act that divided Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.

Recent information from close to the set suggested that Tom Holland, who plays Peter Parker, had already filmed his scenes for Civil War and, that he wouldn’t feature in much more than a cameo before his standalone movie in 2017.

Captain America: Civil War comes out on the 6th of May, 2016. For more movie, TV and gaming news stick right here on TiCGN!