According to a scoop by Deadline, probably in the future we will review Chris Evans in the role of Steve Rogers, alias Capitan America, at least in one of the next films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
For Marvel movie fans, Capitan America is now associated with the face of Chris Evans. Avengers: Endgame had marked the end of the actor’s contract while the superhero he played had his happy ending with Peggy after passing his shield to Anthony Mackie’s character. Evans himself had made it clear that with Endgame he would no longer play as Steve Rogers, however things may have changed. The idea that Evans would return to the MCU had been under discussion for some months. That the actor is ready to raise his shield again and reappear in one of the future Marvel films? Possible since the site Deadline reports that, according to some internal sources, an agreement with i Marvel Studios is being worked on.
The sources say that it is unlikely that a new chapter dedicated to the stars and stripes hero will be shot, but more likely it will be a part similar to that of Robert Downey Jr. in Spider-Man: Homecoming e Captain America: Civil War. Over the past few years, even after a character’s movie franchises had ended, the Marvel found a way to put them in new productions, so it wouldn’t be a big surprise if we were to see Chris Evans return as the first avenger.
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