There is 1 Captain America Film Marvel Can make with Chris Evans without ruining Steve Rogers’s arc at Avengers: Endgame.
It is the Captain America adventure that many fans are wondering about because of the manner Endgame reasoned. Nonetheless, it’s also.
Joe and Anthony Russo said in a recent interview that one particular story would be interesting to tell while acknowledging this may not be the right time for it. Separately, Evans said that he’s finished with his iconic role as Cap.
Going into Avengers: Endgame last year, we understood some of our favourite superheroes wouldn’t make it out alive in the biggest fight of their lives. Although we had no idea how they’d die Iron Man and Captain America were the suspects. It ends up Kevin Feige & Co.
did have an apparent strategy in place to complete most of the arcs of the first six Avengers, even though that meant some of these had to die or retire. In the long run, her life was given by Black Widow to get an Infinity Stone needed to bring everybody back. Iron Man died to rescue everyone else from killing off all like in the universe and prevent another version of Thanos. Captain America didn’t die, but he retired to live a life in another reality, though not finishing one final task for the Avengers.
As far as many people back in the primary Marvel reality understand, Captain America also died during the struggle, even Far From Homemade that clear. Bringing at least one of these superheroes back for new MCU experiences is somewhat hard, as it would ruin the magic of Endgame. Part of the reason is where the good guys always live at the conclusion that it seems more real than other superhero flicks. You can’t just bring back these heroes with no cheapening what Endgame manages to achieve.
As she reprised her Black Widow role for the MCU film, Scarlett Johansson will be seen by us again at the MCU. Black Widow is a prequel, with the action set chronologically between the Civil War and Infinity War. Robert Downey Jr. is rumoured to have a cameo in the film predicated on older unused footage, and there’s speculation that he might return as Iron Man at some stage in the future. However, Chris Evans won’t appear in any MCU films. The actor said he’s done with the role a few times already, even though he may miss it. Not to mention how Captain America baton was passed to Anthony Mackie. That said, there is one Captain America movie Marvel could make without shifting Endgame in any way, and we would love to see it happen.
If you want to rewatch Endgame, then you need to consider seeing Infinity War before that. Seeing the two back to back is satisfying. Even better, it would be best if you played Civil War before that. It will only remind you of the stakes along with the Avengers’ mindset. That’s what I did this past weekend, as these are just three of the MCU films so far. During Endgame, I found asking myself why Cap picked up only four Pym particles from 1970 Camp Lehigh. What if something unexpected would have happened and they had more? He took four vials, which have been sufficient for Steve and Tony to return to the present, assuming the mission would be completed. And he got just two spares.
I wondered how many particles he would have needed to finish his final mission. As a reminder, he has to return all six Infinity Stones along with Thor’s hammer to four different timelines. He has to put them. This isn’t necessarily a simple job to pull off when you’ve got no authentic experience, and when you don’t have any backup. It can be insecure and time-consuming. There’s no promise of success, and you’re going to want Pym particles.
Yes, this is a Captain America 4 film we all desperately want to see. But Marvel wouldn’t create one just for the sake of giving another shot at his character to Evans, especially now that Mackie will play with Captain America. Whatever Steve does involve the moment he leaves 2023 as a man to come back to the original timeline a couple of seconds afterwards as an elder, needs to be tied into the rest of the action from the MCU stages.
Rogers is an incredibly skilled shipping person in his assignment as an Avenger. That adventure has to be blended with the main storyline of this MCU. And it needs to be done in a manner that Evans would make a comeback to the MCU for different films.
It turns out that Joe and Anthony Russo, who’ve delivered the last two Avengers along with the previous two Captain America movies, are intrigued by this particular Steve Rogers story.
“It’d be a great story to tell, no question,” Joe Russo told ComicBookMovie when asked about Cap’s trip back through time. However, he confessed that the narrative might not necessarily make sense it the current scheme of things. “I don’t know if it needs to be told, but it would be a great story to tell, and we’d love to tell it, but I think there are different tales to proceed to now.”
That is in no way confirmation the Russos are coming back into the MCU, that Marvel is even entertaining the concept of showing us Rogers’s trip through time, or that Chris Evans is considering a return. And of course that Evans said lately that he has done with the position. “It was a great run, and we went on such a large note that it would be risky to revisit it, in my opinion,” he explained. “It had been such a good experience, and I think it’s better left that way.” In previous opinions concerning his Captain America tenure and also a return, he explained that”you never say never.” Still, everything would have to fall in precisely the correct spot for that to take place. “It almost feels like we should let this one sit.”