Crossbones, Black Panther and The Vision are reportedly some of the characters who will be seen in the first trailer of “Captain America: Civil War.” A report gives details about some of the scenes that will be seen in the trailer.

According to a report by Heroic Hollywood, a decryption of the first trailer of the forthcoming superhero movie has leaked online. The trailer apparently shows Falcon (Anthony Mackie) using a drone to track an armoured vehicle. Both Falcon and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) go after the vehicle, after confirming that that is the vehicle they are looking for.

The villain Crossbones (Frank Grillo) is also said to be in the trailer in an action sequence. Crossbones throws a magnetic bomb that attaches itself to Steve Roger’s (Chris Evans) shield in the scene and Steve loses the shield because of the bomb.

“Remember me? You dropped a building on my face,” Crossbones reportedly says in the trailer. The villain supposedly knows where the Winter Soldier is in “Captain America: Civil War” and he hints about it in the trailer. The action sequence with Crossbones also involves Falcon, who is said to have stronger wings this time around.

Falcon’s wings are speculated to be made of vibranium, a precious metal that is only found in the fictitious African kingdom of Wakanda. The existence and significance of the metal was teased in the Marvel movie “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”

Wakanda is also the home country of Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), a character who will be introduced for the first time in the forthcoming movie. A scene of Black Panther fighting Steve will also be teased in the trailer of the forthcoming movie.

Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and The Vision (Paul Bettany) will also be seen briefly in the trailer of “Captain America: Civil War.” The name of Martin Freeman’s character in the movie has still not been revealed by the producers, but the actor will be shown in the trailer. There is also a scene where Steve tries to stop a helicopter from taking off, with his bare hands, according to the report.

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