Before Ant Man starring Paul Rudd came out last year, Marvel released a video of fictitious reporter Christine Everhart (Leslie Bibb)—who made a cameo in Iron Man 2—delivering a WHIH news report about the status of Scott Lang. Everhart has returned with another WHIH news exclusive for Captain America: Civil War in which the two delve into the repercussions of the Avengers' interventions on civilian lives.
In the new viral video posted on Screen Crush, Everhart is joined by political correspondent Will Adams (Al Madrigal from The Daily Show), whose opinion on the matter is the complete opposite of Everhart's. She begins the newscast with the provocative question, "Who do they answer to in the wake of their actions?" referring to the Avengers and the collateral damage they cause upon intervening. The two go back and forth, expressing their opinions on whether the good the Avengers do outweighs the damage they cause.
The main conflict in the upcoming Civil War movie revolves around the U.S. government's regulation of superheroes, which produces a major fissure in the Avengers team. Steve Rogers leads the Avengers faction that condemns government interference, while Tony Stark helms the side that supports accountability for their actions.
Adams advocates Rogers' stance, asserting that there is no reason for the government to intervene in these matters because the Avengers save so many civilian lives. Bibb, on the other hand, gravitates toward Stark's push for accountability as she assesses the damage these superheroes leave behind when they're done saving lives.
Watch the two debate the hot button issue, and decide where you stand before Captain America: Civil War hits theaters on May 6.