Captain America star Chris Evans discusses whether his time at MCU is over, explaining that going back to that point would be risky:
Chris Evans said he would never return to the MCU, saying returning to Captain America would be “dangerous”. Evans’ time at Marvel Cinematic Universe ended last year with Avengers: Endgame. Having spent his entire life sacrificing for others, Steve Rogers decided to stay with Peggy Carter in the past, making him the eldest in modern MCU. This seemed to reduce Evans’ chances of returning soon. However, there are many stories that can be told through the memories of his time with the Avengers or even his unexplored life with Peggy.
Last year, Evans often talked about returning as Captain America:
In November 2019, he said: “No, it’s not difficult, but it’s not greedy either.” Evans also explained that his return was to discover something new. However, before the release of Avengers: Endgame, director Joe Russo seemed to suggest that this would not be Evans’ latest film at the MCU, saying: “It’s not over yet. I don’t want to explain what I mean, but viewers will understand soon.
According to sources, during a show at the Graham Norton Show this week, Evans was asked if his time as America’s captain was over. Evans spoke more clearly than ever before, saying, “Yes, I think so.” He further clarified his arguments, referring to the risk factor: “It was a good course and we have reached such a high point that it would be dangerous to reconsider it, in my opinion. It was such a good experience and I think it’s better to leave like that. ”
Robert Downey Jr. is on the same boat, although his Iron Man has died these days. It is possible that Evans will get even more questions about a return trip to Captain America if rumors of Downey’s appearance on Black Widow become reality. Evans notes that it is now dangerous to return as an American leader. However, fans will likely be happy to see him again, especially after two years.