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According To Avengers 4 Director, Chris Evans “Isn’t Done” With Captain America Role Quite Yet

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Despite a sad goodbye from the Avengers’ own Chris Evans, director Joe Russo says that the Captain America actor is not yet finished. So what’s the deal?

An Exit?

After shooting for the upcoming fourth installment of Marvel’s flagship Avengers series Chris Evans tweeted what appeared to be a goodbye. After all he called the last day on set “emotional” and even declared that acting in the films “has been an honor.”

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Possibly most telling of a departure was the actor’s added, “To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories!”

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In a recent interview with USA Today, however, in response to a question about Evans’ emotional goodbye, director Joe Russo declared that perhaps things were more tearjerking for the Captain America star, “Mostly cause he’s not done yet.” Wait, what?

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Russo, who co-directed Avengers 4 with his brother Anthony Russo, followed this confusing statement up by saying, “I don’t want to explain what I mean, but audiences will soon understand.”

Possibilities

It is possible that what Russo, who co-directed Avengers 4 with his brother Anthony Russo, meant by this somewhat-cryptic statement is that Evans still has to see his role as a Marvel character through until after the build up, release and reception of the upcoming Avengers film. Or maybe…he’s not leaving just yet like we thought he was?

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At this time it is unknown what Chris Evans‘ future roll will be with Marvel apart from Avengers 4 and speculation is our only friend as we hope for an Evans Captain America for many films to come. If he really is done, however, who will fill the roll that he played as an avenger? Well, we’ll just have to wait and see!

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