A Quick Reminder of Who's Still on the Avengers Team Before Captain America: Civil War
Avengers: Age of Ultron changed the game in terms of who is and isn't an Avenger, and it's worth brushing up on the events of the last movie before seeing Captain America: Civil War. Founding members have left, and newbies have stepped in. In case you didn't catch everything, here's what we gathered from Age of Ultron's final sequence. Take a look, and find out what we already know about the Infinity War movies!
Thor doesn't have time for the Avengers! He's pretty disturbed about the dream Scarlet Witch made him have, so he heads back to Asgard to figure it out and get the scoop on the Infinity Stones. Don't worry, we'll catch up with him in 2017 when Thor: Ragnarok comes out.
In (sort of): Tony Stark / Iron Man
After helping defeat the evil Ultron, Stark hangs up his iron suit and heads home to Pepper, joking about building her a big house on a ranch. He's back for Captain America: Civil War, but his role on the team is a bit different.
Out: Bruce Banner / Hulk
Bruce Banner is terrified by Hulk's appetite for destruction, and he disappears after the big battle, surrendering a budding relationship with Black Widow.
Out: Clint Barton / Hawkeye
It's revealed in Avengers: Age of Ultron that Clint has a pregnant wife and two children. He decides he's completed his last mission (just in time for the baby to be born!) and goes back to his family's idyllic ranch house.
In: Steve Rogers / Captain America
You think the First Avenger would abandon his team? No chance. Captain America stays on to train the newbies.
In: Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Black Widow, slightly heartbroken now that Hulk has left, sticks around.
In: Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch
Scarlet Witch is still reeling from the death of her brother, Quicksilver, but she finds a new family with the Avengers.
Vision, an android who is created by Ultron, sides with the Avengers and becomes a part of their team.
In: Sam Wilson / The Falcon
Captain America's old buddy is back and officially a member of the group.
In: James Rhodes / War Machine
Likewise, Iron Man's pal takes his place on the team. He's not as witty, but he does have a sweet suit.