Looking back at Marvel wanting to kick Captain America out, will Marvel decide to change actors after “Avengers 3”?
After the great success of “Iron Man“, Marvel began planning to open a Marvel universe.And Chris, the actor of Captain America, is recommended by Iron Man Downey.
And when Captain America made his first movie, the pay was only $300,000. Downey helped to fight for the subsequent increase.
In an interview with the “New York Times” recently, the US team stated that it was the last time to wear this uniform.
Because the contract with Marvel expired, and when the reporter asked why.
Captain America said something disappointing: Do you want to be pushed out of the car or do you choose to get out?
Captain America also explained what he said.
He said that before, he always rushed forward, but when you thought you got everything, you realized that you actually had nothing and everything was so sad.
From what Captain America said, we can actually see his helplessness.
You know, Marvel is always a big company, and they have plans for their movie plans.
Marvel has long planned to open the second stage of the universe after “Avengers 3“.
So substitutions are already in their plans, including the actors of Iron Man and Thor, and they have long stated that their contract with Marvel has long expired.
Even Iron Man said that if Marvel wanted to renew the contract, he would agree to it.
In addition, the director also said, “Avengers 3” will have several heroes die.
Many netizens believe that this is actually a marketing tool of Marvel, and hope that more people will support the film.
But in fact, from the words of Captain America, you can hear more or less authenticity.
What’s more, as the popularity of Captain America increases, Marvel will have to pay a higher salary (just like Iron Man, in “Avengers 3“, he asked for a salary of 100 million US dollars).
Marvel also reported that because of the high salary of Iron Man, there was an idea of substitution.
Therefore, Marvel is likely to choose to substitute for reasons of profit, after all, newcomers are cheaper.
But is everything really as Marvel wanted?
You know that Hugh Jackman chose to abandon the role of Wolverine because of 18 years of acting and the relapse of his old illness.
Although the fans were reluctant, they also obeyed Hugh Jackman’s choice.
If Marvel forces the Captain America to be kicked out for its own benefit, will everyone still pay?