Captain America: Civil War
IN PHOTO: Cast members (L-R), Robert Downey Jr., Anthony Mackie and Chris Evans attend the premiere of "Captain America: Civil War" in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Phil McCarten

UPDATE: A new extended clip shows team Iron Man (minus Vision [Paul Bettany] and War Machine [Don Cheadle]) taking on Bucky.

A brand new clip has been revealed for "Captain America: Civil War," showing just how much of a badass Bucky Barnes a.k.a the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) is.

In the clip Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle, Paul Bettany and Emily VanCamp appear on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to talk about their experiences shooting "Captain America: Civil War" and answer some trivia questions about each other. But before the cast begin their hilarious chat, we see a sneak peek clip from the forthcoming film which shows Bucky Barnes taking on Tony Stark (Downey Jr.), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Agent 13 (VanCamp).

"Captain America: Civil War" is beyond a doubt the most anticipated Marvel film to date. This is has to do with the films adaptation of one of the company's most acclaimed comic book storylines, "Civil War." On one side we have Captain America, while opposing him is his teammate and close friend Iron Man.

Not to mention that this film will see Spider-Man (Tom Holland) being re-introduced to Marvel Studios after being under Sony's thump since the early 2000s.

Check out the action-packed clip along with the films trailer below:

The synopsis for "Civil War" reads:

"One year after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, another international incident involving the Avengers resulting in collateral damage occurs, prompting politicians to form a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to call in the team. When Steve Rogers attempts to protect his friend Bucky Barnes from this act, he is brought into conflict with Tony Stark. This results in the fracturing of the Avengers into two opposing factions—one led by Rogers, who wishes to operate without regulation, and the other by Stark, who supports government oversight—while the world is threatened by a new enemy."

"Captain America: Civil War" will release on May 6.

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