With the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War quickly approaching, so is the end of the contracts of many of the current core members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While we’re not sure about how many films are left on his contract at the moment, it sounds like Chris Evans is up for more if Marvel Studios wants him. While speaking with Collider, Evans had the following to say in regards to the subject.
There’s no re-upping yet. I was just saying in my last interview, it’s so funny just how fast time has moved. We started this in 2010 and six years is gone in the blink of an eye and in the beginning it was so terrifying and now you’re almost scared. I’m scared to walk away. I’m scared to not have one of these coming. For the past six years there’s always been, next year we start that one and it’s been wonderful, especially cause the movies are so good. When you make good movies, who wants to stop doing that? So, I don’t know. We’ll see. I mean I know in the comic books the shield gets passed off and you do know, more than anything else in this process, and meeting fans, and experiencing these junkets, and people who love the character, the character is bigger than you and whatever the character needs, whatever Marvel needs for that arc, I’m willing to do. If that is me passing it off, you pass it off. If they want to make more, I’m ready.
Don’t think anyone would be against Evans signing on to keep going in the role but what lies ahead for Steve Rogers in Avengers: Infinity War remains to be seen. However, it seems that Evans knows exactly what is in store for the character and stated that the film’s screenwriters “have a big task in front of them”. Sound off with your thoughts on the above in the comments section below.