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Chris Evans Reacts To New Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Trailer

Chris Evans, who played Steve Rogers/Captain American in 11 movies in the MCU, responds to the new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer.


Chris Evans, who played Steve Rogers/Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, reacts to the new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer. Evans joined the MCU early on, serving as the franchise’s first Captain America with his solo film Captain America: The First Avenger in 2011. He completed a trilogy as the character, appearing in a total of 11 MCU movies before passing his shield to the former Falcon, Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie), who will be nicknamed the hero in the upcoming season. Captain America: New World Order. The MCU has expanded significantly since Evans first joined, with a whopping 11 films set to be released over the next three years, the closest being Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

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The Black Panther The sequel, which will be headed by the director of the first film, Ryan Coogler, has been long awaited since the breakthrough success of the 2018 original film. The final film from Phase Four, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever takes on the huge responsibility of closing an era of the MCU, as well as honoring the original Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman, whose character T’Challa will receive a tribute in the upcoming film after the actor’s tragic passing . A new full Black Panther: Wakanda Forever The released trailer shows emotional sequences honoring T’Challa, teasing the appearance of the new Black Panther, and showing glimpses of the new MCU villain (or anti-hero) Namor in action, as well as Riri Williams/Ironheart (Dominique Thorne).

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Chris Evans announced his thoughts on the new trailer with a simple response on Twitter. The actor, who previously shared the screen with the late Boseman in Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War (also spending time in Wakanda and interacting with Wright’s Shuri), retweeted the trailer with the addition of a flaming heart emoji, showing his enthusiasm for and support for the upcoming film. See the message above.


Chris Evans Continues To Support MCU Even After Steve Rogers’ Retirement

Being part of the MCU for nearly a decade, Evans’ continued support for the superhero franchise is heartwarming. The actor has commented on several MCU properties since his departure from the franchise, including a recent tweet in response to: She-Hulk: Lawyer‘s discussion of his character losing his virginity, which simply consisted of three smiling emojis and one with a zipped up mouth. After Steve retired Avengers: Endgame, his presence was felt in the Disney+ MCU series, both in a joking way as mentioned above and in a more serious way in series like The Falcon And The Winter Soldier. On the movie side, na Spider-Man: Far From Home struggled with the loss of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Black Widow paid tribute to the fallen Natasha Romanoff (Scarlet Johansson), Captain America: New World Order is expected to balance Steve’s absence with Sam’s new role, and it’s likely Evans will make his thoughts known when that time comes.

Evans’ continued involvement with the franchise allows him to enjoy the content of the MCU as a fan and viewer for the first time in nearly a decade outside of the action. As the MCU takes on a new generation of heroes, it’s touching to see an original like Evans supporting the characters and their stories. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will see someone new take on the mantle of the Black Panther, and Evans is clearly one of those excited to see that journey unfold.

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Source: Chris Evans/Twitter

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