Even Though Chris Evans, as known as Steve Rogers in the famous Marvel Cinematic Universe has suggested that he’ll not be playing the role of Captain America anymore in the following Avengers movies, one of the directors of the film says otherwise.
During an interview between him and the American daily newspaper - USA Today, the co-director of the upcoming famous blockbuster Avenger 4 - Joe Russo did mention about a tweet that Chris Evans had previously uploaded. In that very tweet, Evans said his goodbye to the familiar role of Captain America. Russo Expressed that "I think it was more emotional for him than it was us only because he’s not done yet. The co-director continued that “I won’t explain what that means, but the audience will soon understand what I’m talking about.”
According to the original comment of his, Evans expressed that while filming wrapped on the film Avengers 4, it was actually “an emotional day to say the least,” note that he has played that same role of Captain America for eight years. "To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful."
Moreover, during the same interview, Russo revealed that Avengers 4 is currently approximately halfway through the editing process, and just like how it stands, the film still has the length of about three hours as the editors have not finished their work. It is also the same length that was reported at some point earlier this month.
Since the movie is about to be completed, the Russo brothers have been having a handful of work. However, they still managed to have some spare time to have a reunion with some other directors of the MCU on the Star Wars: The Mandalorian’s set. Should we have more information about the film and about whether Chris Evans will keep on playing Captain America or not, we will try our best to keep you updated as fast as possible.