Will Chris Evans be gracing the Falcon and the Winter soldier with his appearance? Wyatt Russell has given us enough reason to get excited.
Fans may not be very happy with Wyatt Russell’s John Walker and his cocksure Captain America. The only way there is some hope of relief will be the sight of Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers. But is it a possibility?
It is not entirely clear whether we will get to see Chris Evans and his armored hero but Wyatt Russell thinks we may be wowed soon.
In an interview with BBC Radio 1, he may have implied that Chris Evans was around the Falcon and Winter Soldier set during its filming. He suggested that he wasn’t just around, but we may have to wait till the ‘end of the series’ for a bit of a surprise.
When asked if he has met Chris Evans he answered,
“Have I ever met Chris Evans? I think I have. I don’t think I’ve ‘shook his hand’ met him, but I think I’ve walked by him somewhere and made eye contact. That counts as being a stalker, that doesn’t count as meeting anybody. But, I guess it would. You just gotta wait until the end of the series and then everybody will be like, ‘Oh, wow.”
But how would Chris Evans fit in the picture?
Besides, Wyatt Russell’s last sentence about waiting a bit longer, there have been no suggestions of any Chris Evans appearances. There are a lot of questions about how the writers would make this happen if what we deducted from Wyatt Russell’s statement is true.
Is it true that Chris Evans‘ Steve Rogers is actually not dead as suspected in Avengers: End Game or an entirely new plot would have to be shaped?
The show has been known to challenge everything we know about the superhero persona so far. From the discovery of Isaiah Bradley’s secret existence to John Walker’s public meltdown that left a Flag-Smashers member dead in Latvia.
After the defeat of Thanos in Avengers: Endgame, Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers decided to retire from service and live the life he always wanted with his love interest Peggy Carter. Before he fully disappeared, he passed on the shield and the Captain America mantle to Sam Wilson who was supposed to be his successor. Unfortunately, due to internal and external factors, Falcon passed on the responsibility. With that, the government decided to launch their pick as the new armored Avenger in Walker who made his debut at the end of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier premiere. Unlike Sam, however, he doesn’t have any direct or personal connections to Steve. This can be a challenging affair if we want Chris Evans’ to join the episode.
Amusingly, Wyatt Russell had also auditioned for the Captain America role in the MCU movies, but the role obviously went into Chris Evans’ hands.
With only two episodes left, the only way to find answers is to wait for the impending finale.