Following Chris Evans’ recent interview, his future as Steve Rogers / Captain America ends after Avengers 4, but now he changes his mind about passing on from the role.
Evans is right now on a press tour for his upcoming film, Gifted and Collider‘s Christina Radish caught up to him to ask about his future after Avengers 4: “It’s really not up to me. My contract is up.
I’m not going to sit here and say, “No more.” I think Hugh Jackman has made 47 Wolverine movies, and they somehow keep getting better. It’s a character I love, and it’s a factory that really knows what they’re doing.
The system is sound, over there. They make great movies. If they weren’t kicking out quality, I’d have a different opinion. But, everything Marvel does seems to be cinema gold. And like I said, I love the character.
The only reason it would end is ‘cause my contract is up. After Avengers 4, my contract is done. Talk to Marvel. If we engage further, I’d be open to it. I love the character. It’s almost like high school.
You certainly always look to senior year, and then, all of a sudden, senior year happens and you’re like, “I don’t know if I’m ready to go.” It’s tough thinking about not playing the guy.”
Well that was better than his previous interview, he will be back as Captain America if Marvel decides to extend his contract. We will soon find out how that is gonna go down.
Avengers: Infinity War is scheduled to be released on May 4, 2018, in IMAX. An untitled sequel is scheduled to be released on May 3, 2019.