For anyone not wanting to know anything about ‘Captain America: Civil War‘ do not read on!

Anyways, production is clearly underway for the next massive adventure of one of Marvel’s flagship heroes in Atlanta, Georgia, which unfortunately for Marvel is not that far away from the prying eyes of the media and the fans. In the videos below (posted to Instagram), Captain America (Chris Evans) and Crossbones (Frank Grillo) are battling on a set that is most likely supposed to be a South African shanty town (according to our sources), but which I’m guessing might be a small village in the Black Panther’s home country of Wakanda.

In the first clip, which is a bird’s eye view of the proceedings, we see Captain American deliver a kick that sends Crossbones flying, and while it may lack the magic of sound effects, editing and CGI to enhance the carnage, it still looks pretty cool. Check it out below:

Coolest thing ever to watch!! #CaptainAmerica

A video posted by Breanna (@atlbreezy) on

In the second clip, we see another angle of the fight scene, much closer to the action than before, and we can clearly see the costumes of Crossbones and Captain America, with Cap’s costume very similar to what he wore in ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron.’

Captain America vs Crossbones #captainamericacivilwar A video posted by Esteban (@estevandam) on

For anyone not in the know, Crossbones is the supervillain that former SHIELD strike force leader (aka secret Hydra member) Brock Rumlow becomes after the events of ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier,’ ostensibly taking up a mask and full body armor after his face and skin were horribly burned during the destruction of the Triskelion in ‘Winter Solider.’ Also seen on set is Anthony Mackie (aka The Falcon), who clearly is still operating as Cap’s partner in hunting down Bucky and figuring out exactly what happened to Cap’s friend.

It’s gonna be a long wait till ‘Civil War’ is released next year, let’s hope we get some more intrepid cameramen on set to continue delivering us some insights into what’s to come!

Source: Blastr