A leaked video from the set of “Captain America: Civil War” has surfaced online. The video shows Anthony Mackie as Falcon and he is seen taking on his enemy in what appears to be the fictitious nation of Wakanda. [Spoiler alert]

Falcon may play a more active role in the fights in the next Marvel movie. This video was posted on Instagram by a fan from the set of the movie. It shows Falcon flying toward his enemy, while scared people around him run away to seek shelter. The video was shot in Atlanta, where production of the movie has been underway.

The set appears to depict the African nation of Wakanda from the comic books. The country is home to the comic book character Black Panther, who will make his debut in the upcoming movie. The character will be played by Chadwick Boseman. The presence of Wakanda in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was hinted at by Bruce Banner in “The Avengers: Age Of Ultron," but the country and its characters did not play a significant role in that movie.

Falcon appeared very briefly in “Age Of Ultron.” The major focus was on characters like Hawkeye, Hulk, Black Widow, Thor, Iron Man and Captain America. Anthony Mackie’s character may now get to play more significant role in “Captain America: Civil War,” as the character was considered to be one of the Avengers toward the end of the previous Marvel movie.

Another major character being introduced in the upcoming movie is Crossbones. A set of images shared by JustJared shows Frank Grillo, who plays the character in the movie, without the mask. Fans will notice the makeup around the actor’s eyes, which will be visible when he wears his mask in the movie.

Crossbones played a very significant role in the comic books in the “Captain America: Civil War” series. It is unclear if the upcoming movie will follow a similar storyline or plot a new course for some of the characters. The upcoming movie is highly anticipated by the fans, as it is expected to make big changes for some of the major characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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