If we asked Chris Evans would return to Marvel after Avengers: Endgame, he replied that he would “never say never” to the offer, but the Answer wouldn’t be an “eager yes” either. “You never say never. I love the character. I don’t know. It’s a hard no, but it is not an eager yes either,” he said during Variety Actors on Actors Segment.
There are other things I’m working on right now. I think cap had such a tricky act to stick the landing, and I think they did an excellent job letting him complete his journey,” he added. The actor also mentioned that he is dying to direct a film, but he doesn’t have a story. ” I’m dying to direct, but I don’t have the courage or focus on writing, and the hardest thing is finding material. The good material isn’t just sitting there untouched.”
When his Endgame co-star Johansson asked what kind of stories he wanted to make, Evans expressed his interest in Buddhist philosophy. “Those are stories that I think can touch people. I think we are all looking to find out, from an egoic standpoint, what our relevance is, who we are supposed to be, and what the definition of joy, love, and purpose is. Loose concepts of Buddhism address a lot of that. I certainly do not have the skill set to write it, so I’m just on the hunt.” he said.
Chris Evans played the role of Captain America in 11 MCU movies and ended with the 2019 Avenger’s Endgame.
Movies with Captain America
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Captain America: Civil War
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
- Avengers: Infinity War
- Avengers: End Game