How Well Do You Know Captain America: Civil War?


2016's Captain America: Civil War is one of the most successful and brilliant comic book movies of all time. It epitomises the boom in the genre in the past few years and brought together a plethora of iconic characters from the pages of Marvel's comics - all of whom were played by top actors.

The movie saw two teams of superheroes - one led by Captain America, the other led by Iron Man - fighting against each other, thanks to their opposing views on the issue of superhuman registration and regulation.

It grossed $1.15 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing movie of 2016 and placing it above some very tough competition in the form of the likes of Rogue One, Finding Dory and Zootopia in the rankings, as well as fellow comic book movies Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Deadpool, Suicide Squad, Doctor Strange and X-Men: Apocalypse.

With that in mind, given its popularity - and given the fact that you've taken the time to open this quiz - it's more than likely that you've seen it. But how much, exactly, do you know about it, its production and related facts? We're about to find out, as you take our latest quiz: How Well Do You Know Captain America: Civil War?

Question 1

Where did the airport fight take place?

Speaking of the airport battle - which, of course, saw such epic scenes as Scott Lang becoming Giant-Man, Spider-Man webbing Giant-Man up "Empire Strikes Back style" to take him down, and Hawkeye and Black Widow facing off against each other - do you know which German airport the fight took place at? It was filmed on location at the German airport in question - and said airport didn't double-up as a different location, just so there's no confusion about that!

Question 2

What was the name of Martin Freeman's character in Captain America: Civil War?

As we've already mentioned, Captain America: Civil War introduced a number of new characters to the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of those characters was played by The Office and The Hobbit star Martin Freeman. Freeman's character is heavily associated with Black Panther in the comics and works for the Joint Counter Terrorism Center. In the movie, he's a CIA operative working alongside General Thaddeus Ross in his attempts to regulate the actions of the Avengers. But do you know what the character's name was?

Question 3

What did Tony Stark call Peter Parker to bring him into the airport fight?

At the aforementioned battle at the German airport, Tony Stark attempted to take Captain America and and his anti-registration allies into government custody in a civil manner. However, when Captain America refused to comply and suggested he'd be prepared to fight, Stark called in his secret weapon - Spider-Man - by shouting something. That "something" was a typical Stark quip, but what was it? What did Tony Stark call Peter Parker to bring him into the airport fight in Captain America: Civil War?

Question 4

Which city did Crossbones attempt to steal a biological weapon from?

At the start of Captain America: Civil War, a team of Avengers composed of Captain America, Black Widow, Scarlet Witch and Falcon tried to prevent Brock Rumlow AKA Crossbones from getting his hands on a biological weapon from the Institute for Infectious Diseases in a Nigerian city. While they succeeded in stopping him from taking it somewhere he could do widespread damage with it, tragedy still struck, with civilians being killed, prompting the governments of the world to ask for superhumans to register. But which city did this happen in?

Question 5

What was the superhuman registration initiative called?

After the aforementioned tragedy in Lagos, the governments of the world rallied together and decided that the Avengers should be controlled, and only sent to deal with trouble when the governments collectively decided that should be the case. It was because every battle the Avengers had ever participated in had resulted in the deaths of civilians. But which of their previous battles gave its name to the superhuman registration act? What was the superhuman registration act in the Marvel Cinematic Universe actually called?

Question 6

Which Eastern European dish did Vision attempt to cook for Wanda Maximoff?

After Wanda Maximoff AKA the Scarlet Witch inadvertently caused the deaths of a number of civilians in the Avengers' battle in Lagos, she was naturally feeling extremely low and needed to be cheered up. In an attempt to lift her spirits, Vision - who had never eaten before in his life, let alone cooked a meal - attempted to cook her a dish from her part of the world in an attempt to lift her spirits. But what was the name of that dish?

Question 7

Which character did Captain America share a kiss with?

Captain America AKA Steve Rogers experienced a little bit of romance with Peggy Carter in his 2011 titular movie - Captain America: The First Avenger - and there was a hint that more romance could be on the horizon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe when he shared a kiss with another character in Captain America: Civil War. After kissing the character in question, he glanced smugly towards Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes, but which character had he just shared a kiss with?

Question 8

What did General Ross call the Avengers?

When General Ross was explaining to the Avengers in no uncertain terms that they needed to be controlled, he mentioned that there were some people in the world who didn't see them as heroes. Ross said that, while a great many people see the Avengers as heroes, there are some other people who would prefer to use the word "[?WHAT?]". But which word is missing from the end there? What did General Ross say that some people referred to the Avengers as?

Question 9

Who played Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War?

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Having previously only appeared in Sony-produced solo movies, Peter Parker AKA Spider-Man made his long-awaited Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War. He first appeared when Tony Stark paid him a visit in his Queens home, then when he fought in the titular Civil War - on Tony Stark's pro-registration team - in the epic airport battle. But which young actor played the iconic web-slinger (and will, of course, continue to do so going forward in the MCU)?

Question 10

What is the name of the prison in which several members of Captain America's team were detained?

After the aforementioned airport battle in Captain America: Civil War, Black Widow allowed Captain America and Bucky Barnes to escape when it looked as though she was going to do the exact opposite and prevent them from doing so, but the rest of Captain America's team - Sam Wilson, Wanda Maximoff, Clint Barton and Scott Lang - were all captured and taken to a highly-secure prison meant for keeping even the most powerful individuals detained. But do you know what the name of that prison is?

Question 11

How long did Peter Parker say he'd had his powers for?

When having a chat with Tony Stark in his Queens bedroom, Peter Parker discussed his Spider-Man powers. He explained to Stark how he felt he shouldn't change because of his powers and that, if he wasn't using them for good, he would blame himself if bad things happened. He also dropped the amount of time he'd actually had the powers into the chat. But what was that length of time? How many months did Peter Parker tell Tony Stark that he'd had his powers for?

Question 12

Who played Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War?

Spider-Man wasn't the only new superhero to be introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War, as T'Challa AKA Black Panther made his MCU debut in the ensemble movie too. He first appeared at a conference in Vienna, where his father T'Chaka was tragically killed in an explosion, and he later pursued Bucky Barnes in Bucharest, before he went on to fight on Tony Stark's side in the aforementioned airport battle. But do you know which actor played the vibranium-suited hero?

Question 13

What did General Ross compare Thor and Hulk to?

When General Ross was explaining to the Avengers that they needed to be controlled, he referred to the fact that they didn't know where Thor and Hulk were, citing that as a reason that they needed keeping in check. He asked Captain America if he had any idea where the pair were, then compared it to him losing a certain something - saying that if he misplaced a pair of "[?WHAT?]" there would be consequences. What did Ross compare Thor and Hulk to?

Question 14

What is Black Panther's home country called?

Black Panther's home country is a fictional country located in the Marvel universe version of Africa. It is a technologically advanced nation with an excellent military and a proud royal family - one that passes on the Black Panther mantle from King to King. T'Challa took the mantle from his father T'Chaka, for example. It appeared on screen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time in the post-credits scene of Captain America: Civil War, but what is the country called?

Question 15

What did Bucky Barnes say Steve Rogers' mother was called?

When Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson captured Bucky Barnes and restrained him, they interrogated him when he regained consciousness. Rogers asked him if he remembered who he was and Barnes replied "Your mom's name was [?WHAT?]. You used to wear newspapers in your shoes." That convinced Rogers that Barnes was no longer a danger, but Wilson was a little more sceptical. But what name was missing from that sentence? What did Bucky Barnes say that Steve Rogers' mother was called?

Question 16

What were Scott Lang's first words in Captain America: Civil War?

Scott Lang AKA Ant-Man AKA Giant-Man was, of course, a member of Captain America's team in Captain America: Civil War. He first appeared on screen when Clint Barton unveiled him to Captain America, Wanda Maximoff and Sam Wilson in a parking lot, opening a van to reveal Lang asleep in the back. The sound of the door opening woke him up, which led to him asking a confused question. But can you remember what that question was? What were Scott Lang's first words in Captain America: Civil War?

Question 17

What was the name of T'Challa's female bodyguard?

In Captain America: Civil War, Florence Kasumba portrayed a member of T'Challa's Dora Milaje and the head of security for Wakanda's King T'Challa. The Dora Milaje group's name means "adored ones" and, in the comics at least, they are made up of females from rival Wakandan tribes and serve as the King's personal guards and ceremonial wives-in-training. In the movie, Kasumba's character was escorting T'Challa to his car when she almost came to blows with Black Widow. But what was her name?

Question 18

What did Sebastian Stan send to Robert Downey Jr. the day before filming a fight scene with him?

Sebastian Stan sent Robert Downey Jr. a video with an accompanying text message on the day before the pair were due to film a Captain America: Civil War fight scene together. Stan plays Bucky Barnes AKA the Winter Soldier in the Marvel Cinematic Universe while Downey Jr., of course, plays Tony Stark AKA Iron Man. The video Stan sent was of himself intensely performing bicep curls in front of the severed head of Iron Man's armour. But what did the accompanying text message say?

Question 19

Which of these were all activation words for the Winter Soldier?

One of the major plot elements of Captain America: Civil War was that Helmut Zemo wanted to locate Bucky Barnes and reactivate the Winter Soldier in him, by using a series of code words, in order to use him to split the Avengers down the middle. Of course, he did so successfully, but do you know which of these sets of words were all part of the sequence that was required to trigger the Winter Soldier program in Bucky Barnes' brain?

Question 20

What was Captain America: Civil War's working title?

Every major movie has a working title during production - generally in order for those who are working on them to identify them, while keeping certain elements a secret from the general public - and Captain America: Civil War was no different to that rule. The Avengers was known as "Group Hug", Guardians of the Galaxy was known as "Full Tilt", and Avengers: Infinity War is currently known as "Mary Lou", but what was Captain America: Civil War's working title during its production period?

Question 21

Which Luke Cage cast member appeared in the Captain America: Civil War?

Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have been crying out for more links between the movies and television shows in the franchise, but this wasn't really what they had in mind. A cast member from the Luke Cage Netflix series appeared in Captain America: Civil War, but as a completely different character from the one she portrays on television. She played a woman whose son had died in the Battle of Sokovia in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but which actress was it?

Question 22

The wife of which cast or crew member provided the voice of Helmut Zemo's wife in the message box of Zemo's phone?

Daniel Brühl's Helmut Zemo was extremely ticked off in Captain America: Civil War, to say the least. The reason for that was because, around a year before the events of the movie, his family - including his wife - had been killed in Sokovia during the Avengers' battle with Ultron and his drone army. Throughout Captain America: Civil War, he would listen to the final voicemail his wife left him. But do you know which cast or crew member's wife provided the voice of his deceased spouse?

Question 23

How many Academy Awards was Captain America: Civil War nominated for?

Captain America: Civil War was a $250 million project with an ensemble cast of top actors, brilliant writers, amazing directors, incredible action, a great soundtrack and score, and fantastic special effects. It was nominated at the Teen Choice Awards, the Critics' Choice Awards, the People's Choice Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Kids' Choice Awards, the Empire Awards, the Saturn Awards and more. But how many nominations did it receive at the most prestigious movie awards ceremony; the Academy Awards AKA the Oscars?

Question 24

Including cameo appearances, Captain America: Civil War meant Robert Downey Jr. had made how many MCU appearances up to and including Civil War itself?

Having first appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008's Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark has been quite prolific in terms of appearances in the franchise. But how many appearances has he made up to and including his appearance in Captain America: Civil War (cameos/credits scenes included)? For the purposes of clarity, this obviously does not include his highly-anticipated upcoming appearance in 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming. Was Captain America: Civil War his fifth, sixth, seventh or eighth appearance in the franchise?

Question 25

What year did Bucky Barnes kill Tony Stark's parents?

Captain America: Civil War revealed that it was Bucky Barnes AKA the Winter Soldier who killed Tony Stark's parents - Howard and Maria Stark - back in the early 1990s. Having been kept in Siberia in a HYDRA base, Barnes was released in order to intercept a car carrying a case of super-soldier serum - which happened to be the car in which Howard and Maria were travelling. Barnes caused their car to crash, then smashed Howard's skull with his metal fist and strangled Maria to death, before making it look like an accident. But what was the exact year in which this occurred?

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