Marvel fans who were lucky enough to attend D23 Expo got quite a treat. New footage from “Captain America: Civil War” debuted at the Disney convention on Saturday. The action film, which pits Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) against Captain America (Chris Evans), will show everyone taking sides as the government tries to regulate superheroes. The bad news is that the trailer hasn’t hit the internet yet. The good news is that we can at least tell you what premiered.

1. Ant-Man is a Fanboy – In one of the lighter moments from the trailer, Ant-Man (Paul  Rudd) meets Captain America. He’s hilariously nervous in the clip. “I know you know a lot of super … people, so I wanted to say thinks for thanking of me. Thanks for thinking of me,” Ant-Man says, Deadline reports.

2. Bucky and Crossbones – It seems Crossbones (Frank Grillo) will help Steve realize that the Winter Soldier remembers being Bucky Barnes, according to Entertainment Weekly. “You know … he remembered you,” Crossbones tells Cap. “Your pal … your buddy … Your Bucky.”

3. “Ant-Man” End Credits – The “Captain America 3” trailer takes audiences back to the teaser clip from the end of “Ant-Man” with Bucky, Falcon and Steve. The original post-credits scene didn’t show Bucky talking to Steve or Falcon, but the Winter Soldier gets a chance to speak in this version. “Buck … You know me?” Captain America asks.

“My mom’s name was Sarah,” he says. “You used to wear newspapers in your shoes.”

4. Redwing – There was a drone in the footage that Anthony Mackie confirmed to be Redwing. “That’s my little homie Redwing,” Mackie told Coming Soon. According to Marvel, Falcon had a pet bird named Redwing in the comics, so it looks like they tweaked that a little to fit the movie. 

5. Black Panther – T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) was also revealed for the first time in the new footage. Luckily, even though the “Captain America: Civil War” footage is currently unavailable, set photos show him in his Black Panther costume. 

Check out Evans and Mackie introducing the footage below:

“Captain America: Civil War” hits theaters on May 6, 2016.