Anthony Mackie Is Not A Man Of Steel Fan

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Anthony Mackie, who plays Sam Wilson/Falcon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was being interviewed for his new movie Our Brand Is Crisis when Frosty from Collider lobbed up a softball question asking him if he prefers Marvel or DC. Instead of replying "Marvel" and moving on Mackie posed his own question, which resulted in an entertaining debate on whether or not Zack Snyder's 2013 film Man of Steel is any good.

Frosty: I already know the answer to this, but DC or Marvel?

Anthony Mackie: What was the last good DC movie that you saw?

Frosty: Uh...

Anthony Mackie: Exactly, Marvel!

Frosty: I was going to say Man of Steel. I love Man of Steel!

Anthony Mackie: You're bananas!

Frosty: No, I love Man of Steel.

Anthony Mackie: You're bananas!

Frosty: I f*cking love the movie.

Anthony Mackie: You should just email everybody you know and ask them what they thought of the movie.

Frosty: I know a lot of people don't care for it. I know that, but Hans Zimmer's score, the opening 20 minutes is f*cking amazing on Krypton...

Anthony Mackie: But there's another 3 hours of the movie after that!

Frosty: I will defend that movie forever!

Anthony Mackie: So, you're saying it should have been a short.

Frosty: I'm saying to you that I could watch that movie on loop. I love it so much!

Anthony Mackie: Wow! That scares me that you are reviewing movies.

Frosty: I don't review movies anymore...

Anthony Mackie: Oh, good. We're saved! We're saved! Alright!

Frosty: By the way, I love the Marvel universe, and Civil War... I can't wait for it!

Anthony Mackie: No-no-no don't say it's good. Because that means if you say it's good, its awful. You have awful taste!

Captain America: Civil War picks up where Avengers 2 left off, as Steve Rogers leads the new team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. After another international incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to enlist the services of the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers while they try to protect the world from a new and nefarious villain.

Captain America: Civil War opens in theaters May 6, 2016.