Cap & Iron Man Sow 'Civil War' Seeds in 'Age of Ultron' Clip

A clip from the announcement of Marvel's Phase Three slate of films has found its way online. While the clip is from Marvel's upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron film, it seems to be setting up a larger conflict between two of the Avengers' heavy hitters: Captain America and Iron Man. The scene focuses in on Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) as Cap splits wood outside a farmhouse. During the course of a conversation between the two Avengers, they confirm that the "Maximoff kid" showed them both some kind of vision, and that both have a very different way of looking at the world and the very nature of conflict.

"Isn't that the mission? Isn't that why we fight? So we can end the fight, so we get to go home?" Tony says, as Cap splits a piece of wood with his bare hands in response.

"Every time someone tries to end a war before it starts, innocent people die," Cap says. "Every time."

The conflict between the duo isn't exactly new. Not only did the two clash during the course of The Avengers, but it looks like the Captain America films will be following in step with the comics, as Captain America: Civil War will likely focus on the coming conflict between the two Avengers.

Check out the clip below. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" hits theaters May 1, 2015.

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