CHRIS EVANS Didn't Mean to Imply CAPTAIN AMERICA Will Die in AVENGERS 4

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Chris Evans has clarified that his Twitter message from his final day of Avengers 4 was not meant to communicate or spoil any details of the plot, despite sparking many fans belief that Captain America will die in the upcoming sequel - but he's also clarified he's not saying he won't.

“I should clarify that, I know I did tweet something that made a lot of people think that it was in some way a spoiler, and I should clarify that, regardless of how Avengers 4 ends, I would’ve tweeted the exact same thing,” Evans said at Chicago's ACE Comic Con (via The Hollywood Reporter).“That last day of filming really was a very emotional day. It was the culmination of almost 10 years of filming and 22 movies, this unbelievable tapestry and you feel a lot more emotions than I think even I thought I’d feel, and I felt it was appropriate to share the gratitude." 

"I know it had a ripple effect, but I am neither confirming or denying anything."

Evans' original tweet stated “Officially wrapped on Avengers 4. It was an emotional day to say the least. Playing this role over the last 8 years has been an honor. To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful.”

While this implies Evans is finished with the role, some fans have interpreted this to mean Steve Rogers will perish in Avengers 4.

The still officially untitled sequel is due out in theaters May 3, 2018.

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