Avengers: Endgame - What Every Major Cast Member Is Doing Next

The Endgame may be nigh, but you haven't seen the last of these actors.

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Avengers: Endgame is already breaking records and it's not even out yet. Set to be the biggest box office opening weekend for any movie ever, Avengers: Endgame sports a fantastic cast of the original six Avengers, and some of the more recent additions that luckily survived the infamous 'snap' from 2018's Avengers: Infinity War.

While some actors have confirmed sequels or TV shows on the way, some are finishing their time in the MCU with Endgame as their contracts are running out.

With the likes of Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor having their last big outing in just under 2 weeks, it's interesting to see where they can go from what is shaping up to be the biggest event in cinema history.

With some actors having more work than others, it's clear to see that any member of the Avenger is in demand, and will never be without an acting gig for many years to come.


10. Chris Evans (Captain America)

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Chris Evans - Captain America:

Chris Evans has been playing the always charming Steve Rogers for 8 years now, with at least 1 MCU movie every year since 2011. Being a core member of The Avengers has given Evans a level of fame he never had before, which has led to more prominent film roles, and even a directorial debut.

Unfortunately though, Chris Evans' contract with Marvel is ending with Avengers: Endgame, so we won't be seeing Steve Rogers again on the big screen.

Upcoming projects:

Knives Out: Chris Evans will be playing Alex Robinson in the 2019 crime film directed by Rian Johnson, who's previous credits include Looper and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The film will also star Daniel Craig and Lakeith Stanfield. Knives Out is set to release on November 27, 2019.

Defending Jacob: Apple's new streaming service Apple TV+ will be adapting the novel 'Defending Jacob' by William Landay. With Chris Evans starring as Andy Barber in this 8-part crime drama series, Apple really have a lot going for them for when they launch Apple TV+.

The Red Sea Diving Resort: Chris Evans will star as Ari Levinson in the biographical drama set in 1981. The upcoming film will be distributed by Netflix, and it set to release some time in 2019.

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