“Captain America: Civil War” may have just revealed which superheroes are taking sides. In concept art tweeted by Jeremy Renner, the heroes siding with Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) are allegedly spoiled (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!). However, Black Panther’s (Chadwick Boseman) appearance seems a little strange since he was previously revealed to be neutral.

The “Captain America 3” concept art hasn’t been confirmed as real yet. It surfaced on ComicBookMovie.com, and the author revealed on his YouTube channel that they’d been sent to him by an anonymous source. So it isn’t clear if these are legitimate or not, but Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye, tweeted out the posters. Renner may have been confirming their legitimacy, or he may have simply thought he was tweeting cool fan art. Nothing has been confirmed by Marvel Studios yet.

The posters indicate that Captain America’s team will include Hawkeye, Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Agent 13 (Emily VanCamp), Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). Meanwhile Iron Man’s side has War Machine (Don Cheadle), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Vision (Paul Bettany) and Black Panther. It’s still unclear which sides Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olson) will take.

After Renner let it slip that he’d be on Cap’s side and the D23 trailer revealed Ant-Man’s placement, this all seems pretty consistent — except for Black Panther. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed that new superhero was neutral while promoting “Ant-Man” earlier this summer.

“In the case of ‘Civil War,’ we needed a third party, we needed a character who wasn’t on either Captain America or Iron Man’s side, which is why we went, ‘You know what? We’re doing a Black Panther movie, but it would actually be smart to have him fill this role we need in ‘Civil War’ and introduce him here first,’” Feige told Super Hero Hype in July.

Was Feige trying to throw audiences off? Did the movie make a last-minute revision while filming? Are these posters actually fake? Was the concept art created before they decided to make Black Panther neutral? It isn’t clear what the answer is. Fans will just have to tune in to the movie to find out.

“Captain America: Civil War” is scheduled to hit theaters on May 6, 2016.