While marketing for Avengers 4 wasn't on the agenda for the aforementioned Collider-sponsored event - and Joe Russo airhorn-ed any non-Infinity War questions - the directors were still willing to fuel the hype train.
What do you think of these new pieces of information? Evans also previously mentioned that he would probably not be renewing his contract with Marvel Studios after Avengers 4.
Jake Gyllenhaal Confirms Villain Role in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’
Jake Gyllenhaal has joined Instagram and used the site to reveal that he is starring as a villain in the next Spider-Man film. Spider-Man: Far From Home will focus on Peter Parker (Tom Halland) and his pals as they vacation in Europe over the summer.
As expected, he only teased details of the forthcoming film, saying audiences can expect the unexpected from the duo that left Marvel fans gasping earlier this year in a cliffhanger that saw several beloved Avengers disintegrate into oblivion.
Get this man a shield - Chris Evans may not be totally done with Captain America.
Evans continued, "Part of you nearly kind of thinks: Well, if we end on the right note... and I think it really kind of does". Marvel fans were counting on the event to drop the first trailer and title for the film, considering the first trailer for Avengers Infinity War was also launched at the same time previous year. We do know exactly how long until the movie is released though, thanks to that mocking Marvel countdown. Or does Russo mean that the actual character will be back for more? "I won't explain what that means but fans will soon understand what I'm talking about". Maybe, but Evans and the rest of the cast still have a few months to flip-flop on the issue before we all know for sure.