Yesterday saw the Captain America: Civil War trailer burst onto our screens with all its explosions, shady geo-politics, William Hurt's moustache and lots more exciting everyone.

So what exactly did we see and what does it tell us about what's going on in Civil War? Well, we've gone through the trailer frame-by-frame and plucked out a few interesting details.

Take a look.


Opening shot, so we're guessing Bucky Barnes / The Winter Soldier is being held in some extremely remote place.


There's Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes / The Winter Soldier. At the end of the last Captain America film, he had escaped and was trying to find his way back to reality - does he go apeshit in the interim? Most likely.


That's footage taken right from Avengers Assemble, Captain America: The Winter Soldier AND Age of Ultron. Basically, the huge CGI battles at the end of each Marvel movie.


That's General 'Thunderbolt' Ross, who was in the Edward Norton-starring Incredible Hulk. This time around, he's the US Secretary of State and he's not happy with the Avengers.


That explosion, if we're not mistaken, is somewhere in Germany and that guy right there is T'Challa, also known as Black Panther.


Most likely that's the Negative Zone, also known as Prison 42. In the comics, the prison was built by Hank Pym and Tony Stark to house the deadliest of supervillains. Our guess is that it's where they're planning to keep Bucky Barnes.


There's Cap and Tony talking about ethics. One of the big things that's been hammered home about Captain America is that his sense of morality is just as much a superpower as his super-strength. That compared to Iron Man's more greyer outlook is pretty interesting, to say the least.


That's Black Panther and Captain America behind him with a few squad cars, chasing after Bucky Barnes.


Remember the suitcase suit from Iron Man 2? Similar vibe here, we're guessing.


That look of genuine shock here is really something.


Bit of interesting editing here. We're supposed think that it's Barnes who takes down War Machine...


But there's no shot of him firing the rocket that hit him. Most likely it's a case of mistaken identity, that Barnes is being set up as a scapegoat and this is what turns Iron Man and Cap against one another.


That's the Dusseldorf airport destroyed in the background and War Machine pretty well done for. Will he survive? Probably, in fairness.


The big rumour is that a significant portion of the film will be set in Wakanda, the fictional African country that Black Panther rules over.


Was Tony Stark crying? Sure looks like it.


That's Black Panther again, this time getting fired upon by a chopper whilst fighting Barnes. Is his suit indestructible? Apparently so.


That's Vision being controlled by Scarlet Witch...


That's Hawkeye firing an arrow to give Ant-Man a boost...


That's Crossbones (Frank Grillo) giving Captain America a proper 'oul dig. We're guessing that's somewhere in Wakanda as well.


Right-to-left: Vision, Black Panther, Black Widow, Iron Man and War Machine VERSUS Captain America, Bucky Barnes, Falcon, Hawkeye, Ant-Man and Scarlet Witch. Our money's on Team Cap.




So that's Spider-Man, played by Tom Holland. We're guessing this is Spidey's first appearance in the entire film, but how much he'll be in the film remains to be seen. Going by the comic-book, Spider-Man acts as a sort of go-between the two sides, so it'll be interesting to see if that's the case here. The early word is that Spidey will feature quite heavily in the story, so that's pretty cool. As to how Tom Holland will play the character, nobody knows. We got a two second blast of the character in a trailer that's just ove two minutes long.


We won't know any more until April 26th, but in the meantime this is pretty much everything we're going to see. Are we excited? Definitely. There seems to be a real shift with how they're treating the world, more serious and more aware of its own failings so let's hope it continues.

Let us know what you think in the comments!