Chris Evans is staying on for the thus-far untitled ‘Avengers 4’, he’s confirmed, which will see him wielding the Captain America shield until 2019. Evans, who first donned the helmet in ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ back in 2011, was originally only signed up to be in six movies for Marvel. Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, he said: “I had six films in my Marvel contract, so I could have said after the third Avengers I was done, but they wanted to make the third and fourth Avengers films as a two-parter,” he said.
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It has long been anticipated that once they call a wrap on ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and its as-yet untitled sequel (currently shooting back-to-back with Joe and Anthony Russo directing), Chris Evans would be hanging up the mask and shield of Captain America – but we might want to hold our horses there. Despite having long hinted at a desire to step back from acting in favour of directing once his Marvel contract reaches its conclusion with the third and fourth ‘Avengers’ movies, the 35-year old actor would appear to have had a change of heart – or, at least, is keeping his options open. Asked whether he will return as Steve Rogers beyond the upcoming two-volume ‘Avengers’ epic, Evans tells Collider, “It’s really not up to me.
‘Captain America’ star Chris Evans has been told stop publicly slating Donald Trump by those who advise him on his career moves. Evans has frequently harangued the president and those around him on Twitter, and has made his political views very well known.
It looks as though Chris Evans’ time as Captain America will be coming to an end after the next two ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ films. Evans explains that he’s hurting all over because he just started his workout routine the day before to get in shape for the next two Captain America films. Chris Evans only signed a six film contract with Marvel when he first agreed to star in ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’, negotiating it down from the original offer of nine.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is ramping up its production line this year with three films instead of its usual two: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2’, ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’. It’s a signal of intent from Marvel and one of confidence in the hugely successful cinematic universe model which began with ‘Iron Man’ in 2008.
Marvel’s upcoming superhero blockbuster ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ started shooting today, with ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ star Dave Bautista confirming that he would be on set. Will Star-Lord be joining Drax on set? This was confirmed by the folks at Variety, who revealed that, despite the film’s immediate start date, both Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen were both without a script.
Following ‘Captain America: Civil War’ there are a lot of questions regarding Steve Rogers, especially considering that he walked away and seemingly distanced himself from the character’s shield at its conclusion. At the moment, we’re still in the dark about whether there will actually be a new Captain America instead of Steve Rogers going forward. "Excuse me…where's the restroom?" A big thank you and shout out to Casey McBroom @shield_labs for making this for me.
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When speaking to Collider, he gave an interesting response when asked about whether a ‘Captain America’ movie can exist without Steve Rogers. “It’s a good question and if we look back at the comic books as our inspiration and as the well from which this all springs, then the answer is “no,” Feige said.
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