Evans confirmed that earlier this year when he announced he would be retiring from his Marvel role. However, as sad as all that was, we know much of it is going to be undone in Avengers 4, but that doesn't mean the movie has no wounds of its own to inflict. Evans first played Steve Rogers, also known as Captain America, in "Captain America: The First Avenger" in 2011. "It was an emotional day to say the least", the 37-year-old star tweeted.
After almost a decade of bringing Captain America to life on the big screen Chris Evans tweets out a heart breaking response to the wrapping up of Avengers 4: "Officially wrapped on Avengers 4".
And now, Chris Evans has renewed our fears of what's to come for his Captain America. While reflecting on his eight-year run as The First Avenger, Evans thanked co-workers and fans for all the memories, signing off with "Eternally grateful".
While the new movie will likely have many more callbacks to epic moments in Marvel Studios history, it remains to be seen if Spider-Man and Star-Lord will share any more screen time together, as both characters were wiped from existence after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. "And then we'll go back into the global tour, we'll go on tour".
Clues: Meanwhile, Hemsworth recently revealed Avengers 4 will be "even more shocking" than Avengers: Infinity War.
A culmination of 22 interconnected films the fourth installment of the Avengers saga will draw audiences to witness the turning point of this epic journey.
Avengers 4 will be released in United Kingdom cinemas on April 26, 2019.