Cast and Russos answer fans' burning questions in online Q&A
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We see you, Spider-Man. The webslinger finally made his debut in the new trailer for Captain America: Civil War, which promises to deliver a huge seismic showdown among the Avengers… that delivers some brutal consequences.

Following the trailer’s premiere, stars Robert Downey Jr (Tony Stark), Chris Evans (Captain America), Sebastian Stan (Bucky Barnes), Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), and directors Joe and Anthony Russo participated in a Tumblr Q&A session with Buzzfeed where they answered questions about their character preferences, their experiences making the film, what their characters’ favorite Starbucks drinks would be, and more. Here are some of the best responses.

On whether Black Widow will interact with Bucky Barnes (a.k.a the Winter Soldier), who shares a history with the character in the comics:

Speaking of the Winter Soldier, Sebastian Stan has a playlist for his character — you don’t need to imagine what’s on it.

Directors Joe and Anthony Russo admitted that Winter Soldier was “a learning curve,” but that that experience helped them make the most of Civil War.

How would Sebastian Stan describe the latest Marvel movie?

Joe and Anthony Russo tease how the conflicts in the film will change the characters — and their relationships.

Thor and Loki aren’t in Captain America: Civil War. But what team would they side with, if they were?

Much of the film’s conflict comes from the friendship between Cap and the Winter Soldier. What do the directors like best about the relationship?

Captain America: Civil War is based on the Mark Millar comic series, but how much of the comics will we see in the film?

On the Russo’s wish list of characters they’d add to the MCU who haven’t been brought to the big screen yet:

Black Panther makes his long-awaited debut in the film. How does Chadwick Boseman feel about taking on such an iconic Marvel comics character?

Captain America: Civil War marks the start of Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but don’t worry — there are plenty more superhero stories to tell.

An all-important question, of course, is who would win in a karaoke sing-off?

Captain America: Civil War hits theaters May 6. Read the full thread of answers here.

Captain America: Civil War
  • Movie
  • 146 minutes