Chris Evans says 'farewell' to Captain America role

After eight years of playing the Marvel superhero, the actor announced Thursday that he'd performed his last scene. There have been a few of those kinds of references that many fans have noticed in recent weeks, especially with people getting excited over the impending release of Captain Marvel and Avengers 4.

He may not necessarily die making a heroic sacrifice to restore the half of the universe that got eradicated by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.

The 37-year-old actor, who has played Steve Rogers for almost a decade, took to Twitter on Thursday to reveal that he had officially wrapped shooting on the upcoming fourth Avengers film. But one fan notices a new reference from Avengers: Infinity War that harkens back to Star-Lord's very first appearance in Guardians Of The Galaxy.

Evans being written out of the franchise might not be a sure thing, as the actor is known to be a social media hype master.

"I think we're in pretty fresh territory with Avengers 4".

"It's pretty incredible. And we'll shoot some stuff and a few days later come back and reshoot it 'cause we wanna take it in another direction". Since then he has gone on to appear in five movies as Cap. Let us know your thoughts and theories in the comments below! (God, it feels like it's been going on for so much longer than that.) Let's at least hope that the final Avengers movie is a fitting last call for Evans' work as the character. Possibly, but there's one thing we just can't get out of our minds when being reminded of these reshoots: the idea that the events of Avengers 4 are, even now, in flux.

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