Will Chris Evans Return For Captain America 4? Here's What He Said
If you've been paying any attention to the world of TV and movies, you'll see that superhero movies are ruling the day. And this trend of serialized storytelling began with The Marvel Cinematic Universe's introduction in Iron Man. Since then, the MCU has expanded greatly, although the end of Phase Three leaves quite a few questions in the air, as some actors' contracts will be up after Avengers: Infinity War. One of these actors is none other than Captain America himself, Chris Evans. And considering how essential Cap is to the overall narrative of the universe, many are wondering if Evans will continue after the events of Infinity War.
Luckily for us, Chris Evans himself recently commented on this possibility. Despite prior reports that he'd be retiring the role of Captain America, Evans revealed (via Collider) that he'd be happy to continue playing the hero. If the money and logistics work out, of course.
Well, this was certainly the most concrete answer we've gotten from Chris Evans. It looks like the actor is down to clown for more Marvel adventures, but there's some legal and financial stuff details in the way.
Chris Evans has been starring as Steve Rogers/Captain America since back in 2011, and is undoubtedly the biggest character in the MCU besides Iron Man. But since he carries a bit less star power than RDJ, we can assume he's not making the money he could be. And with the contract up, smart money says Evans will be pushing for more cash money before once again taking Cap's shield.
While previous reports stated that Chris Evans would most likely be retiring from the MCU, it now appears that this isn't set in stone. Rather, it's just his contract that is done; Evans may be the First Avenger again in Phase Four. Hopefully.
Avengers: Infinity War will fly into theaters on May 4 (aka Star Wars Day) in 2018. For a full schedule of 2017's releases, be sure to check out our list.
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