It’s nearly impossible to escape the hype surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens this week, but it’s time to divert your attention for just a moment. The international trailer for Captain America: Civil War is here and it’s been recut to place more emphasis Tony Stark’s (Robert Downey Jr.) stance for more government oversight.

The American version, which debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last month, focuses more on the relationship between Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) by using snippets of their reunion first seen in the post credits for Ant-Man. The international trailer,, however, is all about that political conflict.

Right off the bat, we’re hit with Thaddeus Ross (William Hurt) reprimanding Rogers for operating virtually unchecked before Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Stark chime in. This version noticeably cut down on that two-on-one fight between Barnes, Rogers and Stark, but we do get to see new snippets of Black Widow in action. Both versions realized how it important it was for audiences to get their first glimpse of Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther and gave him the same amount of screen time. 

See the new footage in the trailer above and look out for Captain America: Civil War when it heads to theaters on May 6.