Chris Evans Responds to Rumors of Captain America's MCU Return

Chris Evans

Chris Evans attends the European film premiere of 'Captain America: Civil War' at Vue Westfield on April 26, 2016 in London, England (BAKOUNINE /

Chris Evans Discusses Speculation About His Possible Return to Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Recent discussions in the entertainment industry have hinted at Marvel Studios contemplating a reunion of the original Avengers cast for an upcoming project. This includes Chris Evans, renowned for his portrayal of Captain America, also known as Steve Rogers.

Amidst these swirling speculations, Evans appeared on The View, commenting on the likelihood of returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). As reported by TheWrap, Evans didn't completely dismiss the rumors. Although it seemed like he had said his final goodbye to the character in Avengers: Endgame in 2019, Evans has yet to shut the door on a potential comeback entirely. Although he hasn't been directly approached by Marvel, he's aware of the chatter, stating, "I often come across these stories as well, and they're just as surprising to me. There's frequent talk about Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, and others making a comeback. However, nobody has discussed this with me yet. I'd never rule it out completely, but the role of Captain America is incredibly dear to me. It would have to be a perfect scenario for me to consider returning."

The MCU's narrative focus has shifted, giving more prominence to Anthony Mackie's character. While there's a possibility for a special appearance by Evans, nothing has been officially declared or confirmed. Evans expressed his concerns about potentially diminishing his legacy with the character, noting, "The role of Captain America holds immense significance for me. There might be more stories about Steve Rogers worth telling. Yet, I cherish this role deeply; it's like a treasure. I'm apprehensive about doing anything that might tarnish it. I was part of something incredibly unique for a certain period, and it perfectly concluded."

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