CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Digital Media

'Captain America: Civil War' Lego parody pits Tony Stark against Steve Rogers

Watch Iron Man and Captain America fight to the death over the Superhero Registration Act, one explosive Lego punch at a time. Even Bucky makes a cameo appearance in this fan-made video.

When Iron Man and Captain America have a difference of opinion -- which is quite often -- there are bound to be entertaining verbal jabs and physical punches.

In the latest Marvel movie, "Captain America: Civil War," the fight between superheroes Tony Stark and Steve Rogers turns personal and drags in additional members of the Avengers and possible new enemies.

YouTuber Keshen of Custard Productions created a hilarious Lego stop-motion parody video that takes their fight to new levels.

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

In the video, Stark attempts to convince Rogers of all the benefits of the Superhero Registration Act. But Rogers isn't buying it and is more than willing to fight for his "Captain American Civil Rights." The result is a magnificently choreographed Lego superhero battle.