'Avengers' director says Evans' Cap days may not be over

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The Russo brothers may be done with superhero films, unless Disney greenlights Secret Wars (no word on which version).

While not much is known about the project, certain jobs listing have pointed to the upcoming Avengers game being an online 3rd person cover based action game and one post asked for someone with an understanding of "the social implications of shared gameplay".

"I think it was more emotional for him (Chris Evans) than it was for us, mostly cause he's not done yet", Russo told USA Today. But the Russo Brothers will not be involved, unfortunately.

This Wednesday, November 28, Anthony and Joe Russo participated in a Q&a in Hollywood to discuss the success and the secrets of filming their movies in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). They said that, speaking as fans, they would have wanted to spare your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, Peter Parker.

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During this event, the two filmmakers have refused to answer questions on Avengers 4, and especially to reveal the date of release of the first trailer. If that airhorn could speak, it'd be saying "Thank you, next".

While we ultimately have to wait until the film hits theatres everywhere on May 3, 2019, Chris tried to explain his Twitter message when appearing at Chicago's Ace Comic Con in October. "After Avengers 4, my contract is done", he insisted.

You're killing us, Russo.

Avengers: Infinity War teased the potential for 14,000,605 possible futures, but back in the film's early stages of development, there were apparently just three radically different paths that the team were considering, and one of them would've put us right in the head of the Mad Titan himself. Until then, we can all be sad about all of our favorite heroes that we lost.

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