Captain America has had a great run in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. With his head held high and unparalleled morals, he has fought for what is right. So, when Marvel Studios’ President Kevin Feige says that the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” is the final installment in the Captain America trilogy, one can’t help but wonder “What after this?”
According to MTV News, Kevin Feige was in LA at an event celebrating the release of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” when he mentioned that “Captain America: Civil War” will mark the end of the Captain America trilogy and when fans will sit down to watch all the three movies namely “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Captain America: Civil War,” they will see a unique trilogy revolving around one of Marvel’s most important character.
Following the Marvel Studio President’s comments that the movie is certainly the end of the trilogy, one would often wonder what will happen to Captain America in the future? Will he die like he does in the “Civil War” comics at the hand of Crossbones? After the Civil War, will he be detained for going against the Government? Will he go back to leading his normal life after the real villain of “Captain America: Civil War” is defeated?
Reason for these questions’ arising is because “Captain America: The First Avenger” marked the birth of the Super soldier and “Captain America: Civil War” ending the character’s trilogy, so will that bring an end to Captain America aka Steve Rogers too?
Given the fact that Sebastian Stan has been talking a lot about Bucky Barnes’ version of Captain America, does that mean Steve Rogers will pass on the mantle to best friend Bucky? But then again Chris Evans has a six movie contract with Marvel and according to his contract “Captain America: Civil War” will be the fifth movie and “Avengers: Infinity War-Part I” will be the last film in his contract. Then there are some rumors that Chris has expressed interest in extending his Marvel contract, so maybe he will continue portraying Captain America.
Or maybe Steve Rogers will sacrifice himself in “Avengers: Infinity War-Part I” to save his fellow “Avengers” and lead Bucky becoming the Captain America. Comicbook.com believes that since Iron Man finished his trilogy without dying, maybe Captain America will also make it out alive and choose himself what does he want to do with his life. It’s difficult to figure out what Kevin Feige is saying because he surely won’t reveal anything critical at this point. Eventually, “Captain America: Civil War” will give a clearer picture when it releases on May 6th next year.
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