CIVIL WAR Is The End Of The CAPTAIN AMERICA Trilogy Says Kevin Feige

CIVIL WAR Is The End Of The CAPTAIN AMERICA Trilogy Says Kevin Feige

CIVIL WAR Is The End Of The CAPTAIN AMERICA Trilogy Says Kevin Feige

Iron Man 3 seemingly brought that franchise to an end for the time being, and it now appears as if Captain America: Civil War will be bringing down the curtain on Steve Rogers' solo adventures too. Is he making it into Infinity War alive? Hit the jump for details...

There's been a lot of fretting from fans about Captain America: Civil War putting too much focus on characters like Iron Man and Spider-Man (who would have guessed we'd be mentioning him in this sentence a year ago?), with the titular superhero being put on the back burner as a result. Well, worry not, as Steve Rogers is still going to be the star of what is now sounding like the end of his solo adventures in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Could Cap's story be at an end?

"It’s very much, in a certain way, the completion of a Captain America trilogy," Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige explained at a recent Q&A to promote the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron on DVD and Blu-ray. "I think one day you’ll look back and watch — ’Captain America: The First Avenger,’ ’Captain America: The Winter Soldier,’ and ’Captain America: Civil War’ — and it’ll be one of the most unique and different trilogies ever around a single character." Should we all be worried?

These comments are very interesting, especially as the Civil War comic book ended with the death of Captain America. Could the trilogy which kicked off with his birth be brought to a close with his demise, leading to a new series of movies focusing on another hero wielding the shield? That remains to be seen (especially as there's nothing to say Chris Evans won't be talked into another solo outing as part of Phase 4), but be sure to let us know your thoughts and theories below...
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