AVENGERS 4 Director Claims That Chris Evans "Isn't Done" With CAPTAIN AMERICA Quite Yet

AVENGERS 4 Director Claims That Chris Evans "Isn't Done" With CAPTAIN AMERICA Quite Yet

While Chris Evans appears to have hung up his shield and "retired" as Captain America, Avengers: Infinity War co-director Joe Russo has now hinted at the actor's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe...

Earlier this year, Chris Evans sent out a Tweet which many fans believed meant he was retiring from the role of Captain America after Avengers 4. While it certainly appeared to be a farewell of sorts, nothing was confirmed about his future (or lack thereof) as the iconic Marvel character, and now Joe Russo has made some remarks which are bound to get fans talking about what comes next.

Asked about Evans' apparent goodbye message to Steve Rogers, the Avengers: Infinity War co-director explained that the actor isn't done quite yet and may very well have hinted at the
star spangled superhero having some sort of role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving into Phase 4.

"I think it was more emotional for him than it was us because he’s not done yet," the filmmaker teased. "I won’t explain what that means but fans will soon understand what I’m talking about."

Personally, as much as I would love to see Evans stick around as Cap, it would be cool to see the actor take on a smaller role in movies moving forward to allow the likes of Black Panther and Captain Marvel to shine. Making him the new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. would work and it would also explain Nick Fury and Maria Hill's role in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

We'll have to wait and see, but be sure to stay tuned for more as we have it. 

To see some hi-res Infinity War concept art of Captain America in his
Super Soldier and U.S. Agent outfits, click on the "View List" button below.

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The rolled up sleeves is a very cool look for this rugged Steve Rogers and the camo style pants work really well with the faded Avengers uniform which no longer boasts the star/Avengers logo.
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A completely different look for Captain America, this would have seen the hero completely ditch his uniform for something new. The problem is, it's too much of a departure from his classic look. 
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Something I would like to know is, what's the deal with that awesome looking spear! Was Steve originally going to be given a Wakandan weapon to fight with rather than that new shield? 
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A good look at the back of Captain America's costume in Avengers: Infinity War, it's amazing to see the amount of thought which goes into bringing these characters to life on the silver screen. 
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Marvel Studios' concept artists have confirmed that this suit was based on U.S. Agent and it would have been a lot of fun seeing Captain America taken down this direction after the events of Civil War.
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Keeping the U.S. Agent theme, these are a little more subtle in terms of colour and would have made more sense for Steve given how he feels about the government and Sokovia Accords. 
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The red here works surprisingly well but I can't help but feel that these designs would actually be better suited for a villainous Captain America like the one seen in the Secret Empire storyline.
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These versions of Captain America's suit are said to be inspired by the "Super Soldier" uniform he wore when he returned from the dead and Bucky was serving as the current Captain America. 
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Due to the way the Secret Avengers were introduced, we didn't get to see anything of them embarking on covert missions under the government's radar but this artwork depicts one of those. 
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It looks like Marvel at one point envisioned Captain America heading to the Middle East because these combat fatigues definitely appear to be inspired by mercenaries fighting over there. 
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Captain America's new shield was designed while work on Black Panther continued, hence why these early versions are so different to what ended up making it to the big screen in Infinity War
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