Could a rejuvenated version of Captain America make a big comeback in Phase 4 of the MCU thanks to the time travel of Avengers Endgame?
While Chris Evans should make his comeback in the MCU as Captain America, many rumors are growing around his possible comeback. Will he have the right to his own series Disney + centered on its course in order to replace the Infinity Stones? Will he return thanks to the Multiverse? Will he just be a supporting character among future MCU adaptations? If it will still be a long time before discovering the precise circumstances of the return of Steve Rogers, a new theory relayed by Screen Rant would like the time travel experienced by Bruce Banner and Scott Lang in Avengers: Endgame or in particular a means of bringing back a young Cap ‘.
Original – albeit aged – superhero still alive in current MCU timeline could undergo a rejuvenation thanks to Smart Hulk’s first trials on Ant-Man. To understand here that Steve Rogers would carry the same effects as Scott Lang during the initial tests ofAvengers: Endgame. Although the character played by Paul Rudd seems disoriented by all these temporal comings and goings, he still understands the environment in which he evolves or who the other Avengers are around him, even when he regresses towards it. ‘childhood. Moreover, everything seems to indicate that the effects of such an experiment are permanent, unless they are manually canceled. That being said, Marvel Studios has several options on how to bring Captain America back to the MCU. If it is not yet clear which spring the creative teams will use, they could very well take inspiration from this theory. Finally, while representing a link with Endgame, this new experiment could also be a nod to the origin story of Steve Rogers as well as his passage in the laboratory of Erskine and Howard Stark …
Credits: Screen Rant.