When the ‘Avengers’ franchise finally came to an end, some people were gutted because they know they’ll probably never see Chris Evans playing the titular character Captain America ever again.
For the past few years, news of him never picking up his vibranium shield floated around with him confirming it several times, although rather vaguely.
But now, we finally have a definite answer.
Given up for good?
In a recent interview on ‘The Graham Norton Show’
that aired on 29 May, the British host asked the 38-year-old actor if he’s given up Captain America for good.
“Yes, I think it is. It was a great run and we went out on such a high note that it would be risky to revisit it in my opinion.”
“It was such a good experience and I think it’s better left that way,” Evans told Norton.
Previously, the ‘Knives Out’ star told Scarlett Johansson in an interview with ‘Variety‘s Actors on Actors’ that ‘”Cap had such a tricky act to stick the landing, and I think they did a really nice job letting him complete his journey”.
He also added that it’ll be a “cash grab” if he decides to revisit it just to excite the audience without adding value to the story.
Steve Rogers’ decade-worth of journey in the MCU ended beautifully, so we guess Chris Evans has also decided that he should also end it alongside him.
We can’t imagine anyone else playing Captain America except Evans, so let’s hope Marvel won’t make an ‘Avengers’ reboot for at least another 50 years.