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Why Captain America: Civil War Didn't Have the Comic's Ending

While certain things from the original comic book event that inspired Captain America: Civil War made it into the movie , one major piece didn’t: the comic’s infamous final twist in the battle between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers. But according to the people behind the film, it was never even considered for the movie. Read more...
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