With the release of Avengers: Endgame rapidly approaching, Chris Evans’ time in front of the camera in Marvel Cinematic Universe may be coming to a close… but he could continue on behind the camera.
There have been many rumors about the new Disney streaming service, Disney+, especially where the Marvel characters are concerned. The latest rumor is that Evans may be directing some episodes for the limited series coming to the platform.
Kevin Fiege himself has reportedly offered the Captain America star the opportunity.
Interesting new development on the Chris Evans front … To keep him on the reservation, so to speak, after "Endgame," Kevin Feige has supposedly offered him the opportunity to direct a few episodes of those limited series that Marvel Studios is prepping for Disney +.
— Jim Hill Media (@JimHillMedia) February 2, 2019
If true, this would not be Evans’ directorial debut. That came in 2014 with the film Before We Go, which he also starred in.
As of now, the only confirmed series will be based on Loki and will involve Tom Hiddleston in some capacity. Other rumored shows are a Scarlet Witch and Vision series, and a Winter Soldier and Falcon series.