are Moment of Anger from Chris Evans’ Captain America in Avengers: Endgame Revealed in New Book
A new book from Marvel reveals a rare moment of anger from Chris Evans’ Captain America in Avengers: Endgame.
The book, titled Look Out for the Little Guy!, is written by Scott Lang, the MCU hero who can shrink and grow using the Pym Particle.
The book describes a scene that takes place during Avengers: Endgame, after Scott Lang returns from the Quantum Realm and meets Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff at the Avengers Compound. Parts of this scene were shown in the movie, but the book adds some new details.
One of these new details is that when Scott calls the people who were snapped away by Thanos “missing people,” Steve Rogers interrupts him and shows his frustration with the situation. The book says that “[Steve’s] rage uncharacteristically gets the better of him.” He then tells Scott: “That maniac took out half of all life. Not just on Earth. In the universe.”
This shows how much Steve Rogers was affected by the loss of his friends and allies. He was usually calm and composed, but this time he couldn’t hide his emotions.
The book also reveals that Steve Rogers was annoyed that Doctor Strange gave up the Time Stone to Thanos. He didn’t know that it was part of Doctor Strange’s plan to save the universe.
Steve Rogers had a hard time coping with the aftermath of the snap. He tried to help others by leading a support group, but he never healed himself.
Will Chris Evans Return as Captain America?
Chris Evans retired from his role as Captain America after Avengers: Endgame. He passed on his shield and title to Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson, who became the new Captain America.
Fans don’t know if they will ever see Chris Evans’ Captain America again in the MCU. He is still alive, but he is very old. He lived a happy life with Peggy Carter in an alternate timeline.
Meanwhile, Anthony Mackie’s Captain America has a lot of adventures ahead of him. He will star in Captain America: Brave New World, which is scheduled to be released on July 26, 2024.
However, the movie may be delayed due to the SAG-AFTRA strike that is affecting the film industry.
Fans who miss Chris Evans’ Captain America can read more about him in Marvel’s new book Look Out for the Little Guy!, which is written by Scott Lang himself. The book has more stories and insights about the MCU heroes.