Although everything pointed to his retirement after ‘Avengers: Endgame’, via Deadline they report that the star Chris Evans will resume his role as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the future. According to the media, the 39-year-old actor and Marvel Studios are very close to closing an agreement for Evans to take up his shield again.
Although at this point everything is possible since nothing is official, the source states that it is very unlikely that Evans will star in a new installment of his solo franchise, but that he would return as a companion to another superhero, something similar to what happened with Robert Downey Jr. and his Iron Man character, who after his third solo film, continued his role in the sequels to ‘The Avengers’, ‘Captain America: Civil War’ and ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’.
The mere fact of seeing Evans at a negotiating table to replay the character is already a significant advance, since months ago the star declared on countless occasions that ‘Endgame’ would be his last film as the superhero.
Let’s not forget [SPOILER ‘Endgame’] that in the latest installment of The Avengers Steve Rogers travels back in time to return the various Infinity Stones to their corresponding places, thus choosing to stay in the past with his true love Peggy Carter, to later appear as an old man passing his shield to Sam Wilson / Falcon, character played by Anthony Mackie [Fin SPOILER].
Finally, the article talks about how the representatives of Marvel approached Evans to assess the possibility of his return and how as the conversations progressed for weeks, the actor began to show more interest and figures began to be handled that, is if presumed, they will be outrageously high.