The upcoming years are going to prove as a boon to all the marvel fans. There are many films lined up in the queue of the release list. One of such films is Captain America 4, which is affirmed to be under production.

Ever since January 2021, Chris Evans has fallen prey to the rumors of him returning as Captain America in the new part. Evans has been playing the role of Steve Rogers A.K.A Captain America over 10 years. He has worked as Captain America impressively in three standalone movies and all four Marvel Movies. Let us also not forget the cameo appearances he has featured in several MCU movies.


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Would Chris Evans be not a Part Of Captain America 4?

Chris Evans reportedly would no longer be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Captain America anymore. The end of the film, Avengers: Endgame saw Steve officially sign off from the role of Captain America, passing the mantle to Sam Wilson (Falcon), played by Anthony Mackie. So yes, Mackie has indeed closed the   deal to “carry the shield” and his first superhero picture.

The plotline in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was mostly based around Falcon’s battle with the idea of becoming Captain America. He would now be portraying as the very first black Captain America. After The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, it is now time for Mackie to shine out in the standalone film as a lead.

Chris Evans on Anthony Mackie taking over as Captain America

In a recent conversation with Chris Evans, the actor seemed to express his connection with the role of Captain America all these years.

““I’ve shed like 15 pounds… Every time people see me, they’re like, ‘Are you okay?’”, says Evans. When asked of Anthony Mackie taking over as Captain America, Evan seems very supportive, ” No one better do it, He does it justice.”

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Introducing Evans back as Rogers would certainly be a very unsatisfying idea and rather unjust to the climax of Avengers: Endgame. If Marvel still thinks to do so, it should look after that it does not overcast Wilson, by acting not so convincing.

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