Chris Evans On Spider-Man Cameo

In 2012 we were treated to finally seeing all these characters we’ve grown to love appear on screen together in The Avengers, but as amazing as that was, it’s left us with the lingering question in all Marvel Cinematic Universe films to follow it; why would they do anything alone ever again? The team at Marvel Studios however have done a fantastic job of answering by often giving us multiple characters even in the solo films, in fact Captain America: Civil War featured more heroes than any Avengers movie. But as nice as it is to throw all our favourite heroes into every film going forward, it’s important to spend some time with just one or two characters every now and then, especially when we’re exploring an important time in their life, so in those instances it’s best to get a little cameo just to remind the audience that it’s all still connected.

Talking briefly with MTV, Chris Evans was asked where he would like his Captain America to cameo in upcoming MCU films and here’s what he had to say;

“Maybe the next Spider-Mans. Those are going to be fantastic. I think Tom [Holland]’s just a great actor, so that might be a fun one to pop up into.”

As exciting as it would be to see the two most powerful New Yorkers in a film together, I think it’ll be tough to see him in Spider-Man: Homecoming given Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark is already announced as a co-star, and I don’t know whether or not you’ve seen Civil War yet but it’s pretty evident that those two need some time apart for a little while. If he had to go with his second choice though, we’d see a very different Cap and a very different Guardians of the Galaxy;

Guardians would be fun, wouldn’t it? But it’s very outer spacey. Cap’s more of an Earth-bound guy.”

Yes, unfortunately Cap is more of an Earth-bound guy, but it seems we’ll still get to see Captain America and the Guardians of the Galaxy in Avengers: Infinity War May 4th 2018.

Source: MTV

Tommy Terry-Green

Tommy Terry-Green

Tommy is a Staff Writer at Heroic Hollywood from London, UK. He also co-founded GEEKSPACE and writes for Generation Comics.