Scene 1: The Fate of Bucky and a Black Panther Tease
So what does this scene mean for the future of the MCU? Well, obviously we have a Black Panther movie coming in the not-too-distant future, currently set for release in February of 2018. We know that the villain in the movie is going to be Ulysses Klaw played by Andy Serkis who we last saw in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but could it be that some of Cap's Secret Avengers may also appear? It isn't out of the realm of possibility.
The MCU is becoming ever more inter-connected and we're seeing more and more crossover, however I think Kevin Feige will really want to focus attention on Black Panther in his solo movie because Marvel Studios really want this character to take off with the masses. While the inclusion of a major Avenger in a large role would be interesting, there's a good chance it could end up distracting attention away from the titular hero.
Scene 2: Spider-Man Tease
It was announced recently that Robert Downey Jr. would be reprising his role as Tony Stark in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and judging from this scene and the other scenes we see in Civil War it appears that he will be in a mentor role to Tom Holland's Spider-Man -- filling the void left by Uncle Ben, no doubt.
Outside of this there isn't much that can be taken from this scene. Spider-Man: Homecoming is still largely a mystery aside from Downey Jr.'s casting, and the rumour that the film's villain will be the Vulture - one of the major Spider-Man villains that we're yet to see in live-action.
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