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ATLANTA — Captain America might get taken off Iron Man’s Christmas list this year.

The two Avengers find themselves on opposite sides of an ideological debate about government oversight, and their respective superhero squads throw down against each other in Marvel Studios’ soon-to-be blockbuster Captain America: Civil War (in theaters May 6).

“I love when he gets to have conflict,” says Evans of Cap, the World War II super-soldier also known as Steve Rogers. In the new movie, helmed by returning Captain America: Winter Soldier directors Anthony and Joe Russo, “there’s a lot of struggle for him to try and keep whatever sense of family he has.”

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