shannonl5
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The 'Captain America' actor sympathizes with his character's rival.

While it seems like fans are choosing sides already (Marvel's Civil War won't be released until May 2016), Evans saw both sides of the upcoming rift in the superhero universe (via):
"This is a tough thing. This is what made it so interesting while we were filming, and it’s hopefully what will make the movie great — nobody’s right, nobody’s wrong. There’s no clear bad guy here. We both have a point of view, which is akin to most disagreements in life and politics."
He also went on to say that Captain America "is a good man and his moral compass is probably the cleanest," which means that one of our favorite characters is definitely in good hands. It's cool to see that the cast isn't picking sides. But we definitely are, right?
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Lol @SierraWilson16 you know that moment in Mean Girls where they're like 'raise your hand if you feel like you've been persoanlyl victimized by Regina George?' haha just replace that with Marvel and I'm right there
@SierraWilson16 lol I'm a huge fan of the chopping wood scene but for other reasons XD I totally agree though there's gotta be a way to resolve it without tearing the world apart! UUUUGH Marvel's got us good
@SierraWilson16 that's a good point! It sounds like they're trying to make the Superhuman Registration Act debate a little more balanced? Which could be a good thing- part of me wants to agree and say that there is need for oversight. SHIELD didn't seem to have any and Hydra got in! But at the same time... forcing people to "come out" could really endanger not just them but their loved ones
Same hun. I feel u
@ButterflyBlu SO TRUE. A great story with lots of feels. Gosh it's got to be hard on you loving Iron Man but disagreeing with his choice! I can understand where he's coming from though, so there's that at least? @SierraWilson16 me next year: T_T
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