The Sokovia Accords Are Debated In New Captain America: Civil War TV Spot

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Captain America: Civil War is set to be released later this week in a number of international locations, but won’t reach the US until May 6th. That’s going to make it very difficult to avoid spoilers, but there are thankfully no big reveals in this latest TV spot. We do, however, get some very cool new scenes from Marvel’s highly anticipated Phase 3 release.

The most significant is a conversation between Steve Rogers and Black Widow, as he makes it clear to his fellow Avenger that there’s just no way he can sign the Sokovia Accords – the government bill which puts Earth’s Mightiest Heroes under the control of the United Nations.

Based on set photos and what we’ve heard in past interviews, this scene from Captain America: Civil War takes place shortly after the funeral of Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter. Though not confirmed, the church location and outfits worn by Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson here make it apparent that this is someone’s funeral, and the star of Agent Carter remains the most likely candidate.

What’s also interesting is the fact that Steve and Natasha seem to still be on the same page here, something which is obviously going to change when the battle lines are drawn and they end up on opposing sides in Captain America: Civil War. Whether or not these two will be able to salvage their friendship following the events of this movie remains to be seen, but at least it won’t be long now before we find out.