The Disney Fox merger has finally completed and we just can’t be happier than this. The moment it was announced on the internet that the deal has been finalized officially, all the creators on different social media platforms started creating memes and posts regarding this. With the inclusion of X-Men, Fantastic Four, and other characters into the hands of Disney, there are clear chances that they’re going to rule the entire Hollywood in the coming years. But, this deal has brought up some dark memories for Chris Evans from the past. Because BossLogic has delivered an edit having Evans’ Marvel superheroes.
There’s no doubt that Chris Evans has perfected the character of Captain Steve Rogers in all these years. He has simply done a job which no one can ever match for sure. Also, there are clear announcements that his appearance in Avengers: Endgame is going to be a final goodbye to the MCU. But, we don’t know whether it’ll be a farewell full of tears and smiles or only tears.
Moving towards the core of this news, how many of you know that Evans portrayed the character of ‘Human Torch’ in the Fantastic Four franchise. And, it was a great disaster in terms of story and direction. But, Evans acting was quite commendable and is the reason why Marvel started noticing him.
In the BossLogic’s edit, they’ve simply combined both superheroes which he has played on the big screen. Well, I don’t mind if they’ll upgrade Captain America into Human Torch because after that our Captain will be able to fly and will be way too powerful than before. Here’s the edit:
But, to be honest, I don’t think we are going to see Evans coming back in the character of Human Torch with Fantastic Four after saying goodbye to Captain America. But, why he can’t be both? Maybe, because there’s no ‘Russo’ in my last name.
Avengers: Endgame will release on April 26. But, do tell us about your views on Captain America+Human Torch thing in the comments section down below.
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