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Spider-Man, Hulk & Ultron Teased For Captain America: Civil War

Posted By:Matt McGloin
Sun, 07/26/2015 - 16:30

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In conjunction with the Ant-Man movie, Marvel launched a marketing campaign featuring WHiH News (yeah, it's fake).

Various YouTube videos were posted including an exclusive interview with Scott Lang, Darren Cross and reports associated with the movie.

As the videos progressed, much like any other real news telecast, a ticker showcased other "news" worthy items, which turns out are teases for what went down in Avengers 2 and also for Captain America: Civil War.

Worth a note is that mention is made of the Hulk post-Avengers 2; that the Ultron tech has survived; that the ticker also appears to be teasing Spider-Man with mention made that Stark Industries gave out scholarships to urban schools (Peter Parker?) and about an unclaimed lotto ticket (which happened with Spidey in the comics).

A user on Reddit went ahead and put the tickers together. Check them out:

• ... has resurfaced in eastern europe remain unconfirmed after many thought the organization to be dissolved

• California braces for record drought

• Renowned astrophysicist Jane Foster to Lecture on her experiences with interspace and dimensional travel

• Rogue Hydra Agent Wolfgang Von Strucker confirmed, dead, his body was found in its cell after a supposed raid on an eastern detention facility

• Earthquake rocks South Africa.

• Steve Rogers to attend updated museum exhibit dedicated to his heroic efforts in WWII

• California continues efforts to address issues from record drought

• Stark Industries announces new scholarships for promising students from urban city schools

• Multiple countries recovering from catastrophic damage caused by sentient robot Ultron

• Leaders asking for aid, and for the avengers to be held accountable

• Senate hearings expected to continue into next week regarding relief efforts

• Tony Stark says that public concerns about Dr. Bruce Banner are "Baseless" and "Irresponsible" after the South Africa incident involving the hulk

• Pym technologies CEO Darren Cross says "Astonishing" new venture coming this week 

• Winning lottery ticket of $675 million still unclaimed

• Biography "The life and times of industrialist Howard Stark" to be published later this year

• Efforts to recover the remaining Ultron technology continue, as components from the advanced robotics are capturing large sums on the black market

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