“To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera and in the audience: thank you for all the memories. I am eternally grateful.”
The fourth Avengers movie is the last of Chris Evans as Captain America. The actor announced Thursday on his shield in time to hang.
“It was on his to put it mildly, an emotional day,” tweeted Chris after his last filming for Avengers 4. “It was an honor this role for eight years to play. To everyone for the camera, behind the camera and in the audience: thank you for all the memories. I am eternally grateful.”
A lot of fans, but also other hollywood stars reacted to the message. “I don’t cry, I whine. There is a difference,” joked Ryan Reynolds. Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson showed Chris to know: “What a series you have dropped. You have an iconic character a new lease of life.”
The 37-year-old actor played the soldier with super powers for the first time in Captain America: The First Avenger from 2011. This was followed by two more films around the character: The Winter Soldier and Civil War. Also, Chris was as a ‘Cap’ seen in The Avengers and successors Age of Ultron and Infinity War. Also in other Marvel movies he dived regularly with his iconic shield.