Chris Evans’ last appearance as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Avengers: Endgame will go down as one of the most memorable moments out of the whole franchise, however, there may be more to come according to the Avengers-leading actor.
While talking live onstage at C2E2 2023, Evans was asked if he would ever return to the role of Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, for any future projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to which Evans responded with neither a yes nor a no, as he told the audience that it “doesn’t quite feel right, right now“, hinting that he may decide to return in the future.
Evans also spoke up on if he even feels there is anything else to tell in terms of his Steve Rogers, as he told the C2E2 2023 audience “God, it’s tough. Look, I love that role deeply, it means so much to me. Do I think there’s more Steve Rogers stories to tell? Sure, but at the same time, I’m very very precious about it“, confirming that he believes there are more stories to tell for the first Avenger, Steve Rogers, aka MCU’s ex-Captain America as of Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson aka the Falcon taking on the torch as the new Captain America.
It has been said in the past by Evans that he wasn’t sure if taking on the role of Captain America would be a good move for his career, as he had experienced being a part of failed comic book movie adaptations in the past such as Fantastic Four, however, Evans told the audience that it ended up being the “best decision of his life”, so far.