New 'Captain America: Civil War' Trailer Features New Black Panther Footage

The final Captain America: Civil War TV spot aired during last night's shocking episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. The new Captain America: Civil War trailer features brand new footage of the film's hotly anticipated superhero matchups, including the first scene shared by series newcomer Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther and Chris Evans' Captain America.

The 30-second Captain America: Civil War trailer is short, straight to the point, and features new dialogue between the film's leads. Tony Stark and Steve Rogers spar over the status that superheroes and super-powered individuals should hold in society, and their discussion outlines each hero's stance on the issue of the film's titular Civil War.

As Nerdist reports, the most interesting aspect of the upcoming Captain America: Civil War is the civil war itself. The filmmakers have been adamant that there are no bad guys here. Tony Stark and Steve Rogers have a disagreement on the fundamental role that superheroes should play in the world, and they both have their merits.

"The safest hands are still our own," pleads Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) in the latest Captain America: Civil War trailer.

Captain America: Civil War is slated to come out next month, and fans are still dissecting each and every trailer to tease out whatever information they can about the newest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The latest Civil War trailer is no different, and Cinema Blend reports a few noteworthy scenes teased in the 30-second TV spot released during last night's season finale of The Walking Dead.

Cinema Blend has a shot-by-shot breakdown of the Civil War trailer, including the first time that Captain America faces off against Black Panther on screen. Vibranium, the fictional material that comprises Captain America's shield and the android Vision's body, is found primarily in the fictional nation of Wakanda, which is where the Black Panther hangs his claws, so to speak.

New Captain America: Civil War Trailer
Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther reportedly features prominently in 'Captain America: Civil War' [Image via Marvel Entertainment]

In the newest Civil War trailer, we're treated to a tense moment between Black Panther and Captain America when the Panther's vibranium claws meet Cap's vibranium shield. The sound mixing here is fantastic. The claws screech against Cap's shield, and we see Steve Rogers peer over the edge of the shield, shocked, as the Black Panther's claws dig into the nigh-indestructible shield.

The new Civil War trailer contains a lot of the same footage we've already seen, including some snippets of dialogue, but the Tony Stark and Steve Rogers exchange is a little expanded. The conversation isn't as abrupt and cut down as it has been in previous trailers. Captain America and Iron Man exchange barbs before they exchange blows, discussing their points of view on the idea that superheroes, including the Avengers, should be kept in check.

"I'm doing what has to be done to stop something worse," Tony Stark replies during the latest Captain America: Civil War trailer.

New Captain America: Civil War Trailer
Robert Downey Jr.'s 'Iron Man' finds himself on the other side of a political fight with 'Captain America' in the latest MCU film, 'Civil War' [Image via Marvel Entertainment]

The Civil War trailer is too short for anyone eagerly anticipating Marvel's latest blockbuster, but it does feature some tasty bits of new footage and remixes several clips we've already seen in the past. Reports suggest this is the final Civil War trailer we're going to get before the film's May 6 release date. Entertainment Weekly reports that the film features the controversial superhero registration debate found in the comics version of Civil War.

The Civil War trailer released late last night ends on a tense moment between Captain America and the Black Panther but contains much of the same footage as the last TV spot, which ended on a bit of a lighter note, featuring a bit of banter between Civil War's Black Widow and Hawkeye.

[Image via Marvel Entertainment]