Chris Evans, widely recognized for his portrayal of ‘Captain America’ in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), recently commented on the persistent rumours surrounding a potential ‘Avengers’ reunion and his return to the iconic role.
During an appearance on The View, Evans acknowledged the frequent reports about an ‘Avengers’ reunion, stating, “You know, I always see those reports too, and it’s news to me.” He clarified that as of now, no one has approached him about reprising his role as ‘Captain America’.
While Evans did not outright dismiss the idea of returning, he emphasised that any potential return would require the right circumstances. He stated, “No one’s spoken to me about it, and look, I would never say never, but I really — I’m very protective. It’s a very precious role to me, so it would have to be just right.”
Evans also shared his thoughts on the experience of being a superhero in the MCU. He noted, “It’s just intrinsically cool to be a superhero. It’s very fun to play make-believe and live out your childhood dreams, but the friendships are so fantastic.” Evans highlighted the camaraderie with both the cast and crew, expressing fondness for the connections formed during the filming of Marvel projects. With his character’s storyline seemingly concluded in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, Evans acknowledged the narrative complexities of a potential return, especially with Anthony Mackie taking on the Captain America mantle in ‘The Falcon’ and the ‘Winter Soldier’. (Agencies)