Anthony Mackie has described Captain America: Civil War as a 'family fight.'

Anthony Mackie

Anthony Mackie

Mackie is set to reprise the role of Falcon for his second consecutive Captain America film as he reunites with Chris Evans and directors Anthony and Joe Russo.

The actor was in London earlier this week for the European premiere of the movie and he talks about what audiences can expect this time around. He said: "It is basically a family fight; you have two people who care about each other and they see different perspectives of the same argument. They have to battle it out, the same way that you do with your siblings.

"I feel that this is a re-discovery of the Marvel characters. I feel that if you felt like you knew these characters, you fall in love with these characters again after this movie.

"Everybody has their moment, everybody has their charm, everybody as their suits and their talents to the highest of highs. It is a great event to have all of these characters in the same movie."

Falcon was a character that was introduced in Captain America: The Winter Solider - he went on to make a small appearance in Avengers: Age of Ultron last year.

The movie will see Falcon on Team Captain America as Steve Rogers goes head to head with friend Tony Stark.

The movie is based on the iconic comic book story and is set to be the biggest Marvel film to date.

We have already seen Mackie star in Triple 9 this year and he is currently filming his latest movie Wetlands, which sees him team up with director Emanuele Della Valle.

Captain America: Civil War is released 29th April.

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