Did Chris Evans Just Say Goodbye To Marvel For Good?

Ever since he was brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: The First Avenger, Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers has been one of the franchise’s anchoring characters. Whether by himself or with his superhero allies, Steve has kept humanity safe time and time again, but over the last couple years, there’s been the sense that his time is drawing to a close. The latest example of that is Evans announcing that he’s wrapped filming Avengers 4, and he appears to be saying goodbye to both Captain America and Marvel for good.

Had Chris Evans stuck to his initial, six movie contract (excluding cameos) with Marvel Studios, Avengers: Infinity War would have served as his final appearance in the MCU, but Evans agreed to also return for Avengers 4 because the movie was “going to wrap everything up.” As for post-Phase 4, while neither Marvel or Chris Evans have provided official confirmation, there’s been no indication that Steve Rogers will be around, and Evans’ above tweet implies that whatever happens to Steve at the end of Avengers 4, the actor won’t be around for the next stage of this continuously-expanding franchise.

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