Although Chris Evans had superhero movie experience playing Johnny Storm, aka The Human Torch, in The fantastic four movies, it was his time as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where he shined the most in this genre. It debuted in 2011 Captain America: The First Avengerthe Evans version of Steve Rogers last appeared in 2019 Avengers: Endgame, with the character being one of the main protagonists. Four years after the release of the Marvel film, the actor recalled why his last day of filming was so “emotional”.
As with Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark. Avengers: Endgame essentially completed the Steve Rogers story, with the original Captain America traveling back in time to live a life with Peggy Carter in an alternate timeline, then returning to the present to give his shield to Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson. Although this probably wasn’t the last scene Evans shot Game overof his production, Evans said the following GQ on what life was like that last day, as well as how much this role changed his life:
Chris Evans appeared in 11 MCU films over the course of nearly a decade, which included cameos in Thor: The Dark World, Ant man, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Captain Marvel. Well, yes, the high school graduation comparison definitely applies in this case, and it’s no wonder she was emotional that day. The actor didn’t lack Hollywood cred before joining the MCU, but playing Captain America undeniably left a significant impact on his life, and it could be argued that this will be the role he’ll be most remembered for for the rest of his life. of his career.
During this interview, Evans also confirmed how much he loved the moment when Cap wielded Thor’s hammer Mjolnir against Thanos, as well as how cool it was to team up with the original Avengers (among others) for most of it. history. “I survived Thanos’ snapshot by accident. Then he added:
There have been rumors over the years that Chris Evans would reprise Steve Rogers, and while the actor recently said he’d “never say never” to such an opportunity, he’s also “precious” the role and wouldn’t want a return of. feeling like a “cash grab” or falling short of expectations. So for now, that’s off the cards, and it also remains to be seen if we’ll ever get any clarification on what happened to Steve next Avengers: Endgame. As for the Captain America mantle, it is now held by Sam Wilson, who officially embraced it at the end of The Falcon and the Winter Soldierand is next to lead Captain America: Brave New World.
This upcoming Marvel movie is scheduled in the 2024 release calendar for July 26. Meanwhile, Chris Evans’ latest film, Pain Hustlersdebuts on Netflix subscribers on October 20, with Amazon Prime Video’s to follow Red just before the end of the year.
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