Chris Evans appears to hang up Captain America boots

Tabitha Dunn
October 6, 2018

You don't have an "emotional day" or tweet something like that if you are coming back in a few years.

Evans was on hand for the last pieces of filming for Avengers 4, which is now untitled, and sent out a tweet as he finished the role that he has played for eight years. Thank you for the memories!

Evans' tweet had received over 1 million likes as of Friday morning.

Chris Evans signaled his farewell to Captain America on Thursday with a tweet announcing he'd completed reshoots on Marvel's Avengers 4, triggering emotional reactions from fans.

Evans first put on the Captain America suit for 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger.

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He's among the original Avengers expected to make their exit from the Marvel Cinematic Universe when the contracts of numerous actors expire with the release of Avengers 4.

'I'm not crying. I'm weeping. "There's a difference", Reynolds wrote. But you can't keep a good soldier down, because instead of taking some much earned R&R after eight years of protecting the world, he's signed on to co-star alongside Daniel Craig in Rian Johnson's modern day, Agatha Christie-inspired murder mystery Knives Out.

They quoted him as saying, "You want to get off the train before they push you off".

It is a wrap for Captain America.

He's become a firm fan favourite, and it's hard to imagine anyone else in the role now, but Disney will now be looking to the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe without some of its biggest names.

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