In the beginning of Phase One, Chris Evans was working in Captain America: The First Avenger, before eventually crossing over in the original Avengers film. Now Evans has explained why his Captain America return might be causing havoc.
While Chris Evans'' contract with Marvel Studios is up, some fans are hoping to see him return as Steve Rogers sometime in the future. Anthony Mackies Sam Wilson is the new Captain America. D23 recently asked Evans about the possibility of taking up the shield, and he replied openly:
No, I''m sorry for the ride, and the character''s is so important to me and I''m just so thankful for it. So, even if there were a different incarnation, not as Captain America, you know, but I''d be extremely cautious, because I love it personally. I also love to see something new that doesn''t happen if it wasn''t created. It''s possible that the recipe would be too complicated and that it might just not be in the cards.
Here''s how Chris Evans is reportedly not going to step on any foot in his quest to become Captain America. By then, Evans might have to stop the storyline before it might begin. Moreover, the actor who plays Steve Rogers on the big screen appears to be happy.
Chris Evans is in for talks about his role as voicing Disney''s Lightyear title character. Eventually, the conversation turned to his acclaimed tour in the MCU, and the fans want him back on the screen. However, it appears like we should not hold our breath for his First Avenger to be released in a future Captain America film.
For the first few phases of the MCU, Robert Downey Jr.s Iron Man and Chris Evans Captain America played a leading role in the overall narrative, particularly in crossover movies like the Civil War and the Avengers movies. Both of their performances came to an end with Avengers: Endgame, but that hasn''t prevented fans from attending the reunion.
Lightyear is in theaters right now, and Thor: Love and Thunder is set to premiere on July 8th. In the meantime, check out the film release dates to plan your next film experience.