Captain America: Civil War lived up to all the expectations. It brought another awesome entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Although the film was more like the third Avengers film rather than the third Captain America flick. However, despite everything we’re stunned at all the insane plot twists and super power battles. In the midst all this, there are a lot of references and Easter eggs you might not have seen while you were gaping at your most loved superheroes. As you’d expect, there are many spoilers ahead, so be forewarned if you haven’t seen the film yet…
1. Modifying Crossbones
Holding resentment against Steve Rogers for the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Crossbones endeavours to steal a biological weapon in Lagos, Nigeria. In the long run, the scoundrel gets in close and explodes himself near the Cap in an intensely populated commercial centre. Scarlet Witch’s control of the impact and sending it away annulled many of the causalities that would’ve happened. However, few innocents were caught in the impact. This made the government coming in with the Sokovia Accords. While he may have incidentally begun the Civil War in the film, he does the inverse in the comics. After Steve Rogers turns himself into the authorities, Crossbones kills him from a far distance, prompting Cap’s impermanent death.
2. Birds Are Drones
Sam Wilson,in the comics, has a pet bird falcon, named Redwing. He takes it to the battlefield. Because of an episode with the Cosmic Cube/Tesseract, he acquires a telepathic connection with the winged creature that synchronises their brains together. This makes Wilson see whatever the falcon does. To make things less complex, Captain America: Civil War made Redwing as a remote controlled drone that would fly out of his rucksack. Wilson could utilise his goggles to see from the point of view of the machine to get a strategic readout on his surroundings. Well, it was far cooler than a buddy from the aviary.