Cast member Chris Evans (L) and actor Jeremy Renner greet each other at the premiere of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier"
Cast member Chris Evans (L) and actor Jeremy Renner greet each other at the premiere of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" at El Capitan theatre in Hollywood, California March 13, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Falcon and Captain America's friendship has already been established in "Winter Soldier" and the duo is set to embark on another adventure in "Civil War," which may ultimately strengthen their relationship. On the red carpet at the Walt Disney D23 Convention on Aug. 15, Chris Evans and Anthony Mackie talked about how Cap and Falcon's relationship could change in "Civil War."

Evans (Captain America) and Mackie (Falcon) each took turns telling MTV what happens to the friendship between the two heroes in "Civil War." In the video interview below, Chris could be heard saying, "Falcon's the one guy that, having known the least in terms of history, he actually trusts the most."

When asked where Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), Cap's best friend, fits into their relationship, Mackie says, "My respect for Cap helps me helps him find Bucky because I know how much that means to him, knowing where he's come from and everything and what he's gone through to this point."

Mackie also weighed in on the camaraderie between Bucky, Cap and Falcon all working together as a team in "Captain America: Civil War." The actor said the characters' bond with each other is more of a "kindred friendship."

"It's more of an understanding and a respect than it is of three guys chumming around having a good time," Mackie said.

Evans adds the friendship between Falcon, Captain America and Bucky Barnes will continue to grow in "Civil War."

"So coming into this movie there's a really nice kinship between these two characters. So, they do a good job on picking up where they left off from the last movie," Evans said.

"Captain America: Civil War" will see the "Avengers" on two opposing sides because of the Superhuman Registration Act. However, Falcon will remain by Captain America's side as he battles against "Iron Man's" (Robert Downey Jr.) team.

A report from JoBlo states Falcon, along with Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) will be against the registration, which calls for the super powered humans to register with the government. They will reportedly be up in arms against Iron Man's team comprising of War Machine (Don Cheadle), The Vision (Paul Bettany) and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd).

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