Is Quicksilver Coming Back In ‘CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR’?!

POSSIBLE SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN AVENGERS AGE OF ULTRON!

A couple days ago a new trailer for Captain America: Civil War was released with all sorts of goodies and easter eggs throughout. The trailer features Black Panther and our first look at Tom Holland as Spider-Man! But here is something you might have missed!

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In the chamber-like container to the right of Captain America and Iron Man is holding someone. At first I thought it would be Bucky because we see Bucky in a similar container earlier in the trailer, but I myself missed something in the photo. If you look below Captain America you see Bucky and his metal arm! WHAT?! Then who is in that container?!

As a very big fan of speedster and taking a close look at the photo, I believe that in this container is none other than Quicksilver himself. I believe Cap or Iron Man is trying to heal him and bring him back to life to help fight alongside them in the war. I may be biased because I love speedsters but take a close look at the photo.

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In the photo you can see someone sitting in the chair with the head raised just a little bit. The person sitting in the chair seems to have bright hair and if you look closely you can see a white stripe on the torso of the body.

ONCE AGAIN SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN AVENGERS AGE OF ULTRON!

As you may know Quicksilver is “killed” saving Hawkeye and a little kid at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron. He is gunned down with a dozen bullet holes throughout his body and carried to the hellicarrier with Hawkeye. After that we don’t see his body again. Now in Avengers: Age of Ultron we are introduced to Dr. Helen Cho, who helps create Vision. Cho has something she creates called The Cradle and it rebuilds human tissue in a matter of hours. I’m not sure if The Cradle is destroyed during Vision’s creation but even if it was couldn’t she make another one? Or is this something totally new that can bring the quick,┬áill-tempered Avenger back to life?

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is the actor that portrayed the character spoke with Collider Videos about the character’s death and got a little red-faced when he was asked about his contract. You can see the interview here.

What do you think? Could we be seeing Quicksilver come back to the big screen alongside his sister and the rest of Avengers? Be sure to let us know on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!