Now, it seems inescapable. However, Evans made a decision to extend his contract and remain in the MCU a little longer to star in the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War.
He said: "I had 6 films on my contract with Marvel so I could have left after the third Avengers, but as they wanted to make a two part movie".
Speaking to The Telegraph, he added: 'It's going to wrap everything up'. And while he did praise the Captain America films, Evans also admitted that he missed the organic and intimate feel of "a smaller film".
Who knows what the future holds for Chris Evans as the Star-Spangled Man with a Plan? Or it could even mean that Captain America like in the comics might turn his allegiance to Hydra and Chris Evans might not want to play the bad guy over here.
"Those Captain America movies are great, and I'm proud of every one of them, but on set they're giant f**king factories, and we spend a lot of time sitting around", he says.
"There's something refreshing about that intimate exchange with the other people involved in a smaller film", Evans tells The Wrap in a new interview. They have to get into shape and maintain that superhero physique, for one thing. It's possible some characters will only appear in Infinity War while the rest of them will join in later for the untitled fourth Avengers movie.
Comic book movies are bigger than ever right now, especially those in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And at the time, that was the most terrifying aspect of it. The site states that the Black Order won't actually go by that name in Infinity War. We've suspected for some time that Evans would be saying goodbye to Cap following the termination of his six-picture contract. With Doctor Strange introducing parallel dimensions, what if a Captain America from another universe came to our world and fought alongside the Avengers? Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment - the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain.