Will Chris Evans's Captain America Survive Avengers 4? Here's What We Know

Will Chris Evans's Captain America Survive Avengers 4? Here's What We Know

"Not until they're ready to make Secret Wars".

According to an interview with USA Today, Avengers 4 Co-Director, Joe Russo referenced a tweet that Chris Evans sent out back in September.

While the game was originally scheduled for release in 2018, we still haven't seen any gameplay or much more than that original teaser. The filmmakers who have directed Captain America 2 and 3 as well as Avengers 3 and the highly anticipated Avengers 4 have in particular referred to the many deaths in Infinity War.

Chris continued, "You feel a lot more emotions than I think even I thought I'd feel". But before we get too comfortable with this latest twist, let's not forget the dizzying back-and-forth that went down to bring us to this place.

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Evans continued, "Part of you nearly kind of thinks: Well, if we end on the right note... and I think it really kind of does".

But, speaking at a Collider screening and Q&A of the movie last night (attended by /Film's Peter Sciretta), the Russos said that they were at least considering putting some of Marvel's small-screen supers into the film, but had a very reasonable answer for as to why they ended up not doing so.

At a special event in Los Angeles last week, the Russo brothers still couldn't be bothered to reveal the title of the Avengers: Infinity War sequel. We weren't interested in the fashion choices of the Black Order's largest adult son though, we were freaking out because that sash appeared to be blue, red, and gold, which just so happen to be the colors of none other than Nick Fury's "break glass in case of existential crisis" contingency plan, Captain Marvel.

"I don't want to explain what I mean", Russo teases, "But audiences will soon understand". "It has a lot of characters in it and you know we are putting in the work, so we'll see where it ends up, but it definitely has a lot of story in it".

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