Welcome to Eurotech’s wallpaper of the week segment, where the overall consistency of content is about as clear as a misty day. Okay – not my best analogy there – but you get the overall gist of it.
So, what do we have in store for this week? We’re moving up a gear, actually. This week we’re going to be looking at movie wallpapers, or wallpapers inspired by a certain movie in this case. The way we have consumed content over the years has been changing from a purely ‘TV-only’ logic, to consuming it all via online means such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. While this week’s wallpaper has no direct relation to online streaming services, it’s always worth noting that the landscape for consuming anything media related has been in a spiral of change for the better part of the last decade.
Put your helmets on, ladies and gentleman – it’s time to meet the Captain.
Captain America: Civil War by HDWallpapers.in
Movies and TV shows that are loosely based in a Marvel or DC Universe have been taking the world by storm for a long time now. With its unmatched production quality and well-written scripts, it’s hard to really pass a lot of negative judgement Marvel or DC’s way. One movie that has social media lighting up recently is a little-known movie called Captain America: Civil War. This movie is based in the Marvel universe and takes place one year after the popular Avengers: Age of Ultron movie. The full premise of the movie can be found below.
One year after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, another international incident involving the Avengers resulting in collateral damage occurs, prompting politicians to form a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to call in the team. When Steve Rogers attempts to protect his friend Bucky Barnes from this act, he is brought into conflict with Tony Stark. This results in the fracturing of the Avengers into two opposing factions—one led by Rogers, who wishes to operate without regulation, and the other by Stark, who supports government oversight—while the world is threatened by a new enemy known as “Crossbones“.
This week’s wallpaper is to celebrate its impending release on May 6th, and there were plenty of wallpapers to choose from.
The wallpaper I decided to choose was one that caught me by surprise. Not because of how it was presented, but more so the fact on how it was created. If you take a look at the wallpaper shown on my Nexus 6P below, you can see the amazing attention to detail the designer has put into this stunning wallpaper design, with true to life colour contrasting and the life-like Captain America team that you would swear was a picture taken on set.
Multiple variations of the screen resolution can be found on the HDWallpapers.in website.
That’s it for this week folks. If you have a specific type of wallpaper you want me to cover next week, feel free to let me know in the comments or on Twitter.