Fans around the world were delighted to learn that Sony have given permission for Spider-Man to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and everyone is excited to see the character intorduced in Captain America: Civil War, before then getting his own standalone movie. Actor Chris Evans, who plays Captain America, has been speaking about SPider-Man joining the team and Chris has admitted that he is very excited about it coming together.
While speaking with the guys over at Total Film, Evans beamed, "That's something you want to see as a fan! Y'know, personally, independent of my involvement as 'Captain America', that's something I'd want to see as a comic-book fan. That's going to be a real treat for a lot of the fans out there."
Meanwhile though, a lot of comic book movie fans have been voicing their concerns about how overcrowded Captain America: Civil War is going to be. Many are calling it another Avengers movie due to the huge amount of Marvel characters appearing in the film but Chris insists that it will still very much be a Captain America film.
Evans added, "I think [directors] the Russo brothers are dedicated to trying to make sure this does stay a 'Captain America' film. It is ultimately Steve Rogers' struggle in the film, even though we do have so many characters. Marvel know how to strike a balance and how to use the movie as a jump off to the 'Avengers: The Infinity Wars'."
Captain America: Civil War will hit the big screen on April 29, 2016 in the UK and on May 6, 2016 in the US.