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CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR (2016): Anthony Mackie Talks About Relationship Between Falcon and Ant-Man

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Anthony Mackie Talks Relationship Between Ant-Man and Falcon in Captain America: Civil War. The fight between Falcon and Ant-Man was one of the highlights from the film Ant-Man, and Anthony Mackie spoke about how their relationship changes in Captain America: Civil War.

The Falcon was foiled by Ant-Man when the two butted heads outside of the New Avengers HQ. However, after seeing that Scott Lang’s potential, Falcon went on a desperate hunt for the pint-sized hero for help as revealed in the closing credits of Ant-Man for what culminates in the third Captain America film. Speaking with Cinema Blend, Anthony Mackie touched upon their new relationship in the upcoming film. “Yeah, our relationship is… yeah [laughs]. It grows in Civil War,” he teases. “But that’s Paul Rudd, man. Paul Rudd and I just make fun of each other all the time, so it just carries over into the movie. So I respect his royals – I’m pulling for his royals – but we just make fun of each other all the time.”

It seems like there going to be some serious competition between these two guys, but there should be a lot of fun to be had in watching these two together on screen more prominently. What do you guys think?

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