'Captain America: Civil War' trailer debuts on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Watch the trailer for 'Captain America: Civil War'
Watch the trailer for 'Captain America: Civil War'

Marvel's Avengers assembled on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and brought with them a few surprises.

Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr., who play Captain America and Iron Man, sat down with Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday night to debut the new trailer for the next film in the Marvel franchise, "Captain America: Civil War."

The two minute long trailer showed off the Avengers battling not a villain but rather each other -- a moment that Marvel fans had been clamoring for since Downey was announced as a co-star for the film last year.

The trailer also showed off other Marvel superheros like Black Widow, the Winter Soldier, and the first look at new hero, Black Panther.

The trailer wasn't all the actors presented, however.

Downey and Evans also unveiled the film's first official poster that had the two heroes locked eye to eye within Captain America's iconic red, white and blue shield.

Evans and Downey's appearance was another act of Disney (DIS) corporate synergy for ABC's Kimmel, who Monday night had on actors from another Mouse House film series, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

"Civil War" is one of the most anticipated films of next summer with some analysts predicting that it could bring in big blockbuster numbers at the box office.

After the "Civil War" trailer premiered, it was posted to the show's official YouTube page where it gained over 100,000 views in roughly a half an hour.

Away from the trailer and poster, Kimmel had some fun with Downey and Evans asking them what it was like to shoot the film in Atlanta, Georgia.

"Hot, sticky, Atlanta in July," Evans said.

Downey responded jokingly saying, "It was beautiful, I don't know what you're talking about."

"I was either in a lovely sprawling rented home, or an air conditioned helicopter. I mean I saw you on the tarmac doing action," Downey added, smiling. "See, once the [Iron Man] helmet closes, I'm not there."

"Captain America: Civil War" hits theaters May 6, 2016.


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