Chris Evans may be Captain America in the upcoming (or two) Marvel Cinematic Universe projects. A new report states that Evans is currently negotiating to regain the shield and has retired after the “Avengers: Endgame” incident. But don’t expect it to become Captain America 4 or anything else. Evans may play supporting/guest roles in other Marvel movies, just like Robert Downey Jr. did in Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Benny How Dikter Cumberbatch (Benedict Cumberbatch) appeared in Thor: Ragnarok. And since the MCU now exists in movies and TV, it may also be the Disney+ series. Evans dealt with this report, and he poured cold water on the hopes and dreams of fans.
Evans wrote in a tweet: “My News”, adding a shrug emoji at the end.
People familiar with the matter told Deadline that Evans is expected to assume the role of Captain America in the future of the MCU in some capacity. A transaction is said to be ongoing, but it has not yet been completed. Negotiations started in recent months, and Disney and Marvel asked Evans according to the “Deadline” if they would return. The report added that Evans was hesitant at first, but it eventually emerged and an agreement was reached earlier this month. Since there are more choices than ever before, how Evans will use his power will make him return to the MCU. After Cap quit, “Spider-Man: Far from Home” introduced the idea of multiverse into the MCU and will further explore it.
Except for Evans’ words, many people will stop. In terms of its value, even after Cap handed the shield to Falcon (Anthony Mackie) in Endgame, Evans did not completely rule out the return of the MCU, as he said on the Graham Norton Show in May: “This is not A difficult task, but it is not desired. I think Cap took such a tricky action to prevent the landing, and I think they did a good job to get him to complete the journey. If you want to revisit it, That’s not cash. It’s not just because the audience wants excitement. What are we revealing? What are we adding to the story? Many things must be integrated.”
These are good things about life. Endgame brought a perfect ending to Captain America and Iron Man (Downey Jr.), ending their 10-year journey, because they each accepted the other’s point of view. The self-centered Iron Man/Tony Stark (Tony Stark) made sacrifices to save the universe, while the selfless Karp (Steve Rogers) stayed with Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) in the past and decided Live your own life. The slow dance of Steve and Peggy was a happy moment at the last minute, and it was also tearful of one of Marvel’s most beloved characters. Evans’ potential rewards will mess up all this.