Chris Evans explains why he won’t play Captain America for Marvel again | TV and Show

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The Captain America / Steve Rogers was one of the most beloved characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU, for its acronym in English), being played by the popular actor Chris Evans.

Many already guessed, but now the star has confirmed that he does not plan to return to the MCU, and has explained the reasons.

In conversation with the British program The Graham Norton Show, Evans said that he thinks his time as Captain ended after the end of Avengers: Endgame, since there the character was given a good closing.

“It was a good ride and we finished so well that it would be risky to revisit it (Steve Rogers), in my opinion. It was a good experience and I think it’s better to leave it that way. “, expressed, according to a quote from the specialized portal ComicBook.

Last November, Chris had also touched on the subject. On that occasion, he did not give a closed answer, stating that “it is not an absolute no, but neither is it an anxious yes.”

“I am working on other things. I think it was hard for Cap to get to the end, and they did a very good job of letting him complete his journey. If you are going to revisit it, it cannot be to earn money. It cannot be simply because the audience wants to get excited. What are we revealing? What are we adding to the story? A lot of things would have to coincide. At the moment, it doesn’t feel like it’s going to happen“Assured the actor.

Also, there will now be a new Captain America in the MCU, because remember that at the end of EndgameSteve hands his shield over to Sam Wilson, better known as Falcon (Falcon), played by actor Anthony Mackie.

This one together with the Soldier of Inviern / Bucky Barnes, personified by Sebastian Stan, will star in their own series for Marvel, called Falcon & Winter Soldier.

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