'Captain America: Civil War:' Tony Stark And Steve Rogers Fights Over Civil Rights in Hilarious Lego Parody

DC fans witnessed a new action from "Captain America: Civil War," but not from the real actors in their super hero costumes but in a hilarious Lego Parody "Lego Civil War" recently uploaded in Youtube. The action-packed video shows Tony Stark (Iron Man) and Steve Rogers (Captain America) fight over the Superhero Registration Act.

Tony Stark and Steve Rogers are known for their frequent quarrels as leaders of the opposing factions of the Avengers in "Captain America: Civil War," which often lead to funny squabbles and flying punches.

Now, we get to see them take their fight to a higher level as Lego mans. The "Lego Civil War" video was uploaded by YouTuber Keshen8 of Custard Productions, reported Cnet.

"If you haven't seen 'Civil War,' this may not make much sense," Keshen8 said in the video description. "If you have seen 'Civil War,' this may not make much sense."

The video starts with Stark attempting to convince Rogers about the Superhero Registration Act. He even cited its benefits but Rogers isn't having any of it. Rogers is not giving away his convictions and says he is willing to fight for his "Captain American Civil Rights," which resulted to the epic Lego battle.

The perfectly choreographed fight scenes shows Captain America smashing things with his shield just like in the movie and Iron Man in his armor. The  two even dragged the Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes) in the fight. 

As of this writing, the video has gained one hundred thousand views in just three days after it was uploaded. Reviews say the action was so good that you will forget you're not watching people but Legos.

"Captain America: Civil War" debuted as a box office hit on September 5, 2016 earning more than one billion worldwide. It has also gained critical acclaim with 90% approval rating in Rotten Tomatoes and was given a grade "A" by Cinema Score.

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