In a tweet on Thursday, Chris Evans said that he wrapped on production of "Avengers 4" and seemed to hint that it will mark the end of his tenure playing Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- Chris Evans sent a tweet out on Thursday announcing that he's officially wrapped on filming for "Avengers 4."
- His tweet also made it sound like he is done playing Captain America.
It sounds like Chris Evans is hanging up the shield for good.
After playing Captain America for the last eight years in Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe, the actor took to Twitter on Thursday to announced that he's officially wrapped on "Avengers 4," the sequel to "Avengers: Infinity War," and was "eternally grateful" to everyone for the memories.
"Playing this role for the last 8 years has been an honor," he wrote. Evans has played the legendary Marvel character since 2011's "Captain America: First Avenger."
Here's his tweet:
Disney did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment on if this is Evans' official retirement from the character, but it sounds like it could be.