A new set of photos leaked Monday from the set of “Captain America: Civil War.” The images show a red double-decker bus with a poster of the British flag and cabs that are mostly seen in London. Another report from AJC.com suggests that cast members Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson met with some of their friends in Atlanta.

Filming of the next Marvel movie has been ongoing in Atlanta. A set of leaked images of the production site have appeared on AJC.com. According to the report, the cast and crew are filming a scene near the Fado Irish Pub in Atlanta.

According to the official website of the restaurant, the name “Fado” is an Irish term that means “long ago.” The term is mostly used in Ireland at the beginning of a story and is similar to the opening of a children’s fantasy story “once upon a time,” as used in the U.S. and many other countries.

Large white screens have been placed in front of the pub by the crew of “Captain America: Civil War.” The screens appear to enclose an open-air eating area of the pub/restaurant, and they may have been placed there to film a scene with the cast members while blocking the view of people passing by to avoid any distractions.

There are a few vehicles parked near the pub, which can be seen in the leaked photos. A red double-decker bus with an open rooftop and several black cars with a classic design can be seen in the photos. The cars bear a yellow board and are similar to the cabs used in London.

Fans of the franchise have seen how the characters in the Avengers sequel began to emerge as global superheroes rather than just being protectors of the U.S. The heroes had to travel to countries like South Africa and South Korea to film the previous Marvel movie.

Another report by AJC.com states that cast members Evans and Johansson met some of their friends for dinner May 8 at STK Atlanta, a steakhouse restaurant. The two actors will be reprising their roles as Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff, respectively, in “Captain America: Civil War.”

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