I\u2019m ready to head out again to watch Avengers: Age of Ultron for a second time, it was such a great movie to watch, and an epic addition to the world of Marvel\u2019s Cinematic Universe (MCU). There is quite a bit about the MCU that is hard to reconcile with comic plots, so I\u2019ve just stopped trying. I figure it\u2019s just one more universe and not actually Earth-616 (which is supposed to be \u201cour reality\u201d.) Maybe Earth-619? It\u2019s so close to the original, with a few more recent changes to the timeline.\u00a0 This Earth doesn\u2019t have the X-Men (so, no such thing as the Celestials nor mutants\u2026 yet,) though Hugh Jackman wants Wolverine in an Avengers as much as we all do.\u00a0 I think one of the most glaring inconsistencies for the Age of Ultron movie was Tony Stark creating Ultron, instead of Hank Pym. Having read, and thoroughly enjoyed the \u201cAge of Ultron\u201d comic series, it\u2019s hard to imagine anyone but ironically-pacifistic Pym being the engineer of such a destructive force.\n\nCivil War is one of those key series that anyone picking up a Marvel comic book has to read. After an extremely horrific event occurred among C-listing heroes\/villains. Civilians and governments alike were unhappy with how the ever increasing group of crime-fighting meta-humans were allowed to handle judicial issues, carte-blanche. How to deal with such fear\/anger tore the Avengers\/X-Men\/Fantastic Four apart. Massive unrest quickly fell among the ranks of Earth\u2019s Mightiest Superheroes, and our favourite heroes divided into two factions; fought amongst themselves on the streets, and incarcerated their friends, even killed. The Civil War series also leads to one of the more prominent moments of recent Marvel history, the death of one of one of most loved Avengers.\n\nWill Captain America: Civil War, MCU-style, resemble in any way to its comic\u2019s counterpart?\nStraight from Marvel\u2019s May 6th release:\n\u201cCaptain America: Civil War\u201d picks up where \u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron\u201d left off, as Steve Rogers leads the new team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. After another international incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to enlist the services of the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers while they try to protect the world from a new and nefarious villain.\n\nAside from the \u201cnew and nefarious villain,\u201d and having the Avengers become the group to create the initial damage, MCU\u2019s Civil War sounds a lot alike the comic.\n\n\nWhose side are you on?\nThough the divide spanned across the superhero board, the two main leaders for these factions were Captain America and Iron Man.\u00a0 For the rest of the team, wonder who will side with whom in the MCU\u2026\n\n\u201cThe film returns Chris Evans (\u201cCaptain America: The Winter Soldier,\u201d Marvel\u2019s \u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron\u201d) as the iconic Super Hero character Steve Rogers\/Captain America along with Robert Downey Jr. (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d Marvel\u2019s \u201cIron Man 3\u201d) as Tony Stark\/Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d \u201cCaptain America: The Winter Soldier\u201d) as Natasha Romanoff\/Black Widow, Sebastian Stan (\u201cCaptain America: The Winter Soldier,\u201d \u201cCaptain America: The First Avenger\u201d) as Bucky Barnes\/Winter Soldier, Anthony Mackie (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d \u201cCaptain America: The Winter Soldier\u201d) as Sam Wilson\/Falcon, Paul Bettany (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d \u201cIron Man 3\u201d) as The Vision, Jeremy Renner (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d Marvel\u2019s \u201cThe Avengers\u201d) as Clint Barton\/Hawkeye, Don Cheadle (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d \u201cIron Man 3\u201d) as Jim Rhodes\/War Machine and Elizabeth Olsen (\u201cAvengers: Age of Ultron,\u201d \u201cGodzilla\u201d) as Wanda Maximoff\/Scarlet Witch.\u201d (May 6th Marvel release)\n\nWe\u2019ll also see Paul Rudd (\u201cAnt-Man,\u201d \u201dAnchorman 2: The Legend Continues\u201d) return less than a year later as Scott Lang, Chadwick Boseman (\u201c42,\u201d \u201cGet on Up\u201d) as T\u2019Challa\/Black Panther and Frank Grillo (\u201cCaptain America: The Winter Soldier,\u201d \u201cWarrior\u201d) as Brock Rumlow\/Crossbones!\n\nAs predicted for 2015, Avengers: Age of Ultron has laid a smack down to become the top grossing movie for the year insofar, second to Furious 7 (which is breaking to fifth highest grossing film ever.) I can only imagine how popular Civil War will be a year from now, so it truly has huge shoes to fill.\u00a0 Age of Ultron is still in theatres, and I already can\u2019t wait to see what will happen in Captain America 3, can you?\n\nHave you read the comic series \u201cCivil War\u201d yet? I\u2019d entirely recommend catching up on this series before the movie release next year!