Captain America Civil War movie footage released in an Audi Ad

This afternoon the Audi SQ7 has been shown rolling comfortably in the middle of a scene of the blockbuster film Captain America: Civil War. This footage includes part ad/part movie bits and pieces, flawlessly intertwining the two to the point where you'll question which is which. The video shows Captain America – Steve Rogers himself – running after his best buddy Bucky – otherwise known as The Winter Soldier. Also in the chase is a character new to the Marvel Cinematic Universe – Black Panther.

That's Chadwick Boseman you're seeing playing T'Challa, aka Black Panther. Whether or not that's ACTUALLY Boseman running through the streets at miraculous speeds, we're not yet sure. It certainly LOOKS like the actors that normally play the characters are running here, but it could all certainly be movie magic.

There are certainly some stunt actors involved here at some point. Certainly when you're going to be tossing yourself against the windshield of vehicle just so you can stop it, then take over as its new driver.

Look at that windshield crush – look how it all stays together! Modern windows are radical, man, I tell you – it's so easy for Cap to just bust the pane out and take command.

The Audi vehicles you'll see in this film include the following:

• 2017 Audi R8 V10 plus Coupe

• 2017 Audi SQ7

• 2017 A4

• 2016 A7 Sportback

According to Audi, "Making its Hollywood debut is the Audi prologue show car as the model of choice for Chadwick Boseman's character, Black Panther/T'Challa. Emily VanCamp as Agent 13 sports the all-new Audi A4 and Zemo, played by Daniel Brühl, drives the A7 Sportback."

Note that this film is going to feature Daniel Brühl as Baron Helmut Zemo – probably the most easily hate-able characters in the Marvel universe, and Frank Grillo as Brock Rumlow / Crossbones, too. We've seen Grillo before as Rumlow in the last Captain America movie. Zemo – we've not seen anything of him just yet.

Captain America: Civil War will be headed toward a theater near you – just so long as you live in the USA – on May 6th, 2016. That's not too long from now!

From what we've unofficially heard of the movie so far, it's fairly easily the most entertaining and – dare we say "best" – Marvel movie so far. The critics we've spoken to off-the-books have suggested that they have trouble believing Marvel is capable of creating a movie as all-round good as this has been in first screenings. We'll just have to wait and see!