Chris Evans explains why Captain America: Civil War is different from other Marvel movies

All-star Marvel movie Captain America: Civil War isn’t due in theaters until May 6, 2016, but Chris Evans is already excited and talking it up.

The titular star and costar Anthony Mackie (Falcon) spoke with EW and People at last week’s Disney D23 Expo. The pair flew in from Germany, where the project is shooting, and Evans relayed why this one has a different vibe to it.

“A majority of the Marvel films, it’s clear to know who’s right and who’s wrong,” Evans says. “This is one of the first movies where it’s parallel to the arguments, I think, we have in life where nobody’s right, nobody’s wrong. It’s just a matter of opinion.”

Opinions will divide fans, as Civil War is slated to pit the Avengers against each other.

Watch the full interview above and learn what each actor thinks of the other’s superpowers and Mackie’s thoughts on flying around as Falcon.

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