Today, it was widely reported that Chris Evans would be reprising his role as Captain America in a mysterious MCU film. Apparently "insiders" say that Chris will come back as Steve Rogers for at least one more Marvel movie, but it's possible that he'll even be back for two. The sources shared that it's likely not a Captain America standalone film, but a movie that takes place after Iron Man 3. Honestly, the vague details are a little sus.
"Sources add it’s unlikely to be a new Captain America installment and more likely to be like what Robert Downey Jr. did after Iron Man 3, appearing in such films as Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming," Deadline originally reported.
Is Chris Evans returning to the MCU?
It hasn't been confirmed by Marvel that Chris Evans is returning to the MCU, and the actor himself tweeted "News to me" in response to the rumors. Chris coming back as the Cap is likely just that — a rumor. Disney already revealed all the upcoming Marvel films and shows coming out in the near future (including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther II, and more). Plus, according to IMDb, Chris is all booked up for a while.
Chris will be in the Disney movie Lightyear as the titular Buzz Lightyear (set to come out in 2022), is filming Don't Look Up, and has been cast in The Gray Man, which is in pre-production. He's also rumored to be in Little Shop of Horrors, and Bermuda.