Captain America: Civil War This would be the movie if it had been made for people over 18

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Visual effects experts have modified an action scene to make it a film not recommended for children under 18.

The only superhero movie we have seen in cinemas not recommended for children under 18 has been Deadpool and more recently The Boys, although the latter is rather an Amazon Prime Video series.

And now, thanks to some visual effects experts, we can get an idea of ​​what Captain America: Civil War would have been like if it had been done for people over 18, adding enough blood to one of the movie's action scenes. You can watch the video below:




The scene in question is the first one we can see at the beginning, where Scarlet Witch, Captain America, and Falcon fight against a SWAT team. Dismemberments of the body or one of them cut in half by the mythical shield of Steve Rogers are just some of the changes that can be seen in the video.

For now, Marvel does not have in mind to change the tone of its films although it will let Deadpool remain the same after Disney bought 20th Century Fox.
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