If, like us, you felt shortchanged by the amount of time Chris Evans' Captain America got on screen in Avengers: Infinity War, don't worry - he's got a much bigger part to play in Avengers 4.
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Evans has played Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, since 2011, when he made his Marvel debut Captain America: The First Avenger, but is planning to hang up his shield next year.
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It might be an alternate-universe storyline, but Peggy Carter will soon don the stars-and-stripes costume and wield the vibranium shield of America’s iconic hero Captain America.
The Superbowl trailer sees Steve Rogers test out some new Wakandan tech ahead of their confrontation with Thanos.
67-year old filmmaker's credits include Honey I Shrunk the Kids, Jumanji, Jurassic Park III and Captain America: The First Avenger.
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.
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.