'Captain America: Civil War' Graces Empire Magazine Cover; New Details About Who Will Appear Revealed

With the first comic book movie of the year out in theaters already, its safe to say that this year's packed superhero movie season is upon us. 2016 is giving us fans tons of films on both the Marvel and DC front, most notably the heavily marketed showdowns of next month's Batman v. Superman, and May's Captain America: Civil War. After an exciting Super Bowl TV spot, Marvel is making sure that they are getting audiences hyped about their upcoming film, and the marketing campaign shows no signs of lighting up with this all new magazine cover.

The cover was released by Empire Magazine, and may look very familiar to many comic book fans. A very similar cover was used for Civil War #7, which became one of the most iconic images of the entire storyline. It of course features Captain America shielding himself from Iron Man as the two come face to face on the battle field. Much like it did when it was used in the comics, this image really show the severity of the situations and how intense things will become between the heroes during this conflict.
We've known for some time that directors Joe and Anthony Russo (Captain America: Winter Soldier) would not be directly adapting the Civil War storyline, but this image serves as a reminder that we'll still see some of the iconic moments in there. From what we've heard so far, this version of Civil War will be a much more contained conflict than the all out Marvel universe war we saw in the comics. While that may be different, it seems to motivations and tension between Cap and Iron Man will still be just as strong as it was in that storyline.
The other important tidbit of Civil War news that has made its way online is the possible inclusion of Hulk in the film. For now the only heroes we knew for a fact would be featured were Iron Man, Captain America, Black Panther, War Machine, Scarlet Witch, Antman (Possibly as Giantman), Falcon, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Vision, and Spider-Man. There has been no mention of Hulk in any promotional material, and Mark Ruffalo has never spoken about having a part in the film. As far as we know, the character's next appearance will be in Thor: Ragnarok. Yet in an interview with BBC Radio 1, actor Anthony Mackie (Falcon) name dropped Ruffalo as one of his costars in Civil War. This has led many to believe that he may have just let a big secret slip, and either Bruce Banner or Hulk himself will be making an appearance in the film. 
So what do you think of the new Civil War cover? Do you think the movie will be as intense as the comics? Would you like to see the Hulk show up? Let us know below!