Marvel: Chris Evans would rather be the Human Torch again than Captain America

Chris Evans leaves the door open for a return to Marvel, but not exactly as Captain America, but as Johnny Storm / the Human Torch. That was his first character in a film related to the House of Ideas, in The Fantastic Four.

Evans played Storm twice: in Fantastic Four (2005) and its sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007), before taking on the role of Captain America in 2011.

In a conversation with MTV News, As part of Lightyear’s presentation, Evans responded to a question about the possibility of yelling “You call me!” in the future.

“God, wouldn’t that be great? But no, no one has come to me for that. I mean, I don’t look exactly the same anymore. That was 15, almost 20 years ago. My God, I’m old. I really love that character, but I think… aren’t they doing something now with the Fantastic Four?

“Look, I would love to, I would love to. In fact, it would be easier to sell that to me than to come back as Cap,” Evans said. “Cap is so precious to me, and I hardly want to interrupt what a beautiful experience it was. PI was Johnny Storm… I feel like he didn’t really have his day. That was before Marvel really found its footing.”

“So, I loved that role and, you know, who knows?”

The future of The Fantastic Four in Marvel, will they take Chris Evans into account?

Marvel Studios has in the north to make a film about the family created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1961. But the director assigned to the project, Jon Watts (Spider-Man: No Way Home) left it aside. At the moment, it is unknown who will play the role.

John Krasinski appears in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. playing Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, the leader of the group, but from a parallel universe.

It is not confirmed that Krasinski will be the main character in the upcoming Fantastic Four movie.

Recently, Evans praised his successor as Captain America, Anthony Mackie, who received the shield from an aging Steve Rogers at the end of Avengers: Endgame.

“No one better to do it. I mean, he honestly does him justice…I’m so proud of him,” Evans said. “I can’t wait to see what they do in the future with him, but if there are any tears shed, it’s only for the sweet memories he has.”

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Marvel: Chris Evans would rather be the Human Torch again than Captain America