Chris Evans hints that he might be done playing Captain America

Although there have been no official casting announcements regarding numerous franchise's most beloved superheroes beyond Avengers 4, the conclusiveness of the tweet sounds pretty damning for Steve Rogers's future - which may come as a disappointment for fans who have been analyzing every one of the actor's wishy-washy sentiments about extending the role into the MCU's next phase.

The actor recently completed filming for the fourth Avengers movie. There have been a few of those kinds of references that many fans have noticed in recent weeks, especially with people getting excited over the impending release of Captain Marvel and Avengers 4. Avengers 4 is going to be a heart string tugger! But before that, we have Captain Marvel in February, 2019.

"Officially wrapped on Avengers 4", Chris wrote in a tweet to his followers on Twitter. Feige has also said that Black Panther and Doctor Strange will be returning for more adventures.

He may not necessarily die making a heroic sacrifice to restore the half of the universe that got eradicated by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.

Evans confirmed that earlier this year when he announced he would be retiring from his Marvel role. To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories!

Some theories suggest that in fact Cap may die at the hands of Stark - a theory in which we have to deep dive back into 2012 - while others suggest that Cap dying is the only possible outcome, as revealed by Doctor Strange in Infinity War. Let us know in the comments. Possibly, but there's one thing we just can't get out of our minds when being reminded of these reshoots: the idea that the events of Avengers 4 are, even now, in flux.

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