Disney has finally unveiled footage from its upcoming Captain America: Civil War. Attendees of Disney's D23 Fan Expo in Anaheim got a sneak peak of Captain America teaming up with The Falcon to fight Crossbones, Black Widow going fist to fist with Hawkeye, and Cap trying desperately to get through to Bucky, a.k.a. the titular Winter Soldier. 

The whole premise for the civil war — "are Avengers good guys or power-hungry vigilantes" — is summed up in a heated argument between Tony and Cap. And at the end of the clip, Paul Rudd's Ant Man pops up for some much-needed comic relief

“Oh my god, Captain America, it’s an honor” he says. He starts shaking his hand and staring at him. “I’m shaking your hand too long, right?” He turns around, sees Scarlet Witch and says, “I know you too, you’re great.” And then he just keeps touching Cap’s shoulders. “I know you know a lot of super people, so thanks for thinking of me,” Lang says.

 Chris Evans introduced the clip, looking dapper as usual. 

The whole infighting thing didn't go over so well with some.

Thank goodness for Paul Rudd.  

In the same panel, Disney shared some concept art from its November 2016 film, Dr. Strange. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed Tilda Swinton and Chiwetel Ejiofor as cast members, and although Benedict Cumberbatch (Dr. Strange himself) couldn't make it, he sent a video promising, "Girls, cars, explosions and a bit of astral projection into multiple dimensions. The usual fare." 

The concept art reel showed Dr. Strange, the world's foremost neurosurgeon, in a car accident that destroys his hands beyond repair. He goes on a quest for healing powers, meets Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One, and is suddenly floating in space while back on Earth cars float and streets twist midair. Strange. 

Naturally, there was also some live action Beauty and the Beast news...which mostly involved Luke Evans and Josh Gad singing in a video message.

Then Johnny Depp swaggered out in full Captain Jack Sparrow ensemble to talk about the next Pirates of the Caribbean movie. In short, Orlando Bloom is coming back (bless), and Javier Bardem will play the villain. Also, Johnny Depp is still Johnny Depp: