News - March 23, 2018

Chris Evans says he will retire as Captain America after Avengers 4
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Chris Evans says he will retire as Captain America after Avengers 4

Chris Evans says he will retire from playing Captain America after the fourth Avengers movie. 

Evans, who has played Captain America since 2011, told the New York Times that after he completes remaining reshoots for next year's second new Avengers movie, he expects that will be the end of things.

He told them: "You want to get off the train before they push you off."

The actor will next be seen in Avengers: Infinity War, which arrives next month. 

The movie features an enormous cast that sees the stars of Doctor Strange, Guardians Of The Galaxy and Ant-Man uniting with the current Avengers line-up for a new outing and the showdown with supervillain Thanos. 

Directed by brothers Anthony and Joe Russo, the men responsible for the previous two Captain America films, the movie is Marvel's most expensive to date, with it and its sequel expected to cost over $1 billion to produce. 

Avengers: Infinity War will be released on April 27th in UK cinemas. 

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