It was a dance that Steve Rogers has expected for over 80 years – since checking out a date with Peggy Carter and she said to him, “Don’t you dare be late, it was one for us gorgeous bookend to see him try some of the life Tony told him to, as opposed to the satisfying character arc of a fallen avenger regardless of time travel logic, plot gaps, and kissed nieces, Avengers: Endgame wrapped things up pretty well, something that doesn’t necessarily mean in 2019 Could be said about other properties (* cough * Game of Thrones * cough * The Rise of Skywalker) It is with a healthy amount of fear that we respond to the news that Chris Evans will reportedly repeat his role as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. p>
Details surrounding this “return” are ambiguous, and Evans has characteristically played shyly. Every deal that has been made is supposedly good for a guest appearance or two by Robert Downey Jr in Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, however, given Steve’s older status in the current timeline, it’s unclear which version of the character Feige and the Company would want to use The last time we saw of “Old Man Steve” handed over he handed the shield and mantelpiece of Captain America to Sam Wilson AKA Falcon, and prepared the events of Disney’s “The Falcon & the Winter Soldier” – the legacy of the geriatric companion emerging in phase 4 (in the best way)
The Steve who sat on that bench in Endgame was 106 years young The jury is not informed about the life expectancy of a super soldier – we don’t want to know Marvel Studios could end its story permanently with his death Old age is not a disease, inflicted on many superheroes because of their propensity for self-sacrifice Of all comic book heroes, Captain America has arguably set a precedent for the sacrificial game: “To lie on a wire and let the other crawl over you. That is why the parallels between Tony Stark and Natasha Romanoffs work Fate in Endgame so good.A deathbed scene with Steve would only reinforce what was already implied.It would be a derivative – which is why it won’t happen.Also, a guest star victim scene will contradict (and decrease) his pitch-perfect dispatch
Steve will live. When the old man comes back, we won’t just watch him and Peggy spending time with their children / grandchildren We’ll see him deliver the same thing he did when he called for Mjolnir: Inspiration As teasers and leaks show, Sam is not openly accepted as a new “cap” in The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, despite Steve’s wishes choosing the John Walker’s administration in line with a twisted (and perhaps bigoted) view of nationalism Furthermore, Sam and Bucky will reportedly run against Flag-Smasher and Baron Zemo
The last time we saw Zemo, he was the catalyst for the conflict between Steve and Tony in the Civil War Speculation suggests that Zemo will lead the anti-nationalist organization ULTIMATUM, which works for the unity of the world sound beautiful, but “unity of the world” is a utopian idea Nothing is perfect and demanding perfection almost always leads to a totalitarian-induced dystopia Hence ULTIMATUM, a terrorist organization that deconstructs everything Steve stood for and paves the way for his symbolic return
It’s important to remember that Steve is famous His disappearance needs to be explained to the public If Steve is still out there like us, regardless of his condition, people / fans will be wondering where he is and what he’s doing – a loose thread / enigma to be talked about ad nauseam With the country politicizing “Captain America” in the name of nationalism, the super soldier whose creation stimulated patriotism could show up and say, “Hey, I disagree””
Steve’s arc was mostly about the hypocrisy of oversights / ideals, whether it be refusing to sign the Sokovia Accords or choosing a life with Peggy despite the consequences of Captain America (and Superman somehow) was born out of nationalism both in our world and on the side of The Steve we met in Captain America: The First Avenger was very much on board with all of this, however, he became more than just a soldier like in the Infinity Saga the character of Captain America disliked Steve’s propaganda as his ideology was based on intuition and just gave the best
America / the world has changed a lot since 2019 Nationalism is a burning issue in 2021 It may seem vaguely nonsensical to risk Endgame’s bittersweet goodbye, but it’s not without reason, even though they permeate popular culture to an obnoxious extent and the Piss from Martin Scorsese annoy, comics / superheroes like fairy tales offer a deceptively simple (and often necessary) criticism of morality Sports dramas do a similar thing How many times has Rocky come out of retirement? Cheers could be heard throughout the Cineplex every time training Mondays were repeated The 2015 Creed is a fine example of a former protagonist (disappeared but not forgotten) returning in a secondary trait that enhances the legacy of the character Balboa didn’t headline and Rogers won’t take back the shield
The flip side of the old man’s coin is Evans, who returns as active Captain America, revisiting the character courtesy of the Quantum Empire and Time Travel introduced in Endgame’s Time Travel Heist of the latter title, Steve has Steve in The Avengers around 2012 pissed off royally and allows Loki to escape with the Tesseract in his Disney series Maybe Steve, fresh from a loss and still unaccustomed to the world, is deeply depressed, and Evans could also play a younger Rogers earlier on the main timeline Characters could visit a frozen cap, create a different timeline, and change some of the key moments in Rogers’ career
The great thing about comic book adaptations (and now with the ever-evolving multiverse) is that there is never a shortage of source material and there are always more stories to tell, but unlike the panels on the side, the screen has to fear what is Ultimate Feels As fun as it would be to see him mentor the Young Avengers or defeat Kang the Conqueror, the makeover would detract from Endgame’s impact that there could be a way to bring Rogers back and improve his legacy with Marvel Studios Security up to the challenge
Flashbacks always seem like a sure thing, especially when space and time continuum is involved.But that’s too easy and relatively pointless – phase 4 seems to be about chaosWandaVision is already playing with the reality of Spider-Man 3 multiverse-heavy and Doctor Strange in the title Multiverse of Madness speaks for itself No, Feige and Company have each other in the 4th Or maybe it doesn’t matter in the age of deployment apps and binge-watching, maybe in the age of deployment apps and binge-watching, viewers are okay with subpar results
Edited Audiences Never Agree with Subpar results Thankfully, a return from Evans for Marvel Studios would be way more than a money-making exercise, with that behind you, there is actually narrative potential, especially when it comes to a character running a country That represents contradicting itself The Mankind Mantra: Chaos In the midst of the chaos, Steve Rogers always seems to find a way forward. Marvel Studios could really say something if they ignore the gimmick or fan service – let’s really do that Chris Evans returns as Captain America?
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