Steve Rogers had a date, but instead he travelled several decades into the future, became one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, traded blows with Iron Man and saved the world a couple of times. His journey comes to a head in next year’s Avengers 4 and many are predicting that he won’t live to see the end of the movie, but going by one fan’s suggestion, there may still be time for Captain America to make that date with Peggy Carter.
This Twitter user hit a lot of Cap fans right in the feels when she proposed a post-credits sendoff for the character that brings him back to the commitment he made at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger, while throwing in a nod to one of the vision sequences from Avengers: Age of Ultron for good measure.
“WHAT IF STEVE DIES IN AVENGERS 4 AND THE POST CREDIT SCENE IS HIM WALKING INTO AN OLD EMPTY DANCE HALL (the one in the aou vision) AND YOU HEAR PEGGY’S VOICE SAYING ‘youre late…’”
Damn. While the Russo Brothers presumably have their own plans on how to wrap up Steve’s arc, this would certainly be one way of ensuring a few weepy audience members.
While Chris Evans has gone on record saying that he’ll be leaving the MCU after Avengers 4, the actor’s made it pretty clear that he has no regrets about taking on the role. When asked earlier this year if he’d grown tired of portraying the 100-year-old Avenger, Evans’ response was a resounding ‘no.’
“No, it’s wonderful. It’s so nice. Sometimes I’ve played not so savory characters in the past and it’s, you know, you got to be in a really nasty headspace and you can’t help but take some of that home with you and it can feel like a little bit of a storm cloud.”
“But playing Cap, it’s such a nice energy to try to encompass every day. You can’t help but try and compare it to your own life and find kind of analogous circumstances where you can live up to the person you try to portray each day. No, its a blessing. I love it.”
Sadly, nothing lasts forever, and so Steve Rogers is scheduled to face his destiny in Avengers 4 on May 3rd, 2019.
Source: Heroic Hollywood