Chris Evans: Black Widow And Captain Marvel Will Be As Successful As Black Panther

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When it comes to displaying fraternal affection, Marvel Cinematic Universe has plenty of it. The idea example was seen in the manner how other MCU stars promoted the latest blockbuster from Marvel Studios, Black Panther, backing fans to watch it.

Captain Marvel star Brie Larson had earlier joined people on Twitter, highlighting to them the moviegoers that were not able to buy tickets to watch the film, and helped in bringing the concerned parties together.

During an interview with ET Canada, Captain America star Chris Evans had some extremely confident statements to make regarding the upcoming female-oriented Marvel movies that are currently being developed, talking about the subject during the conversation based on Black Panther.

Chris Evans shared how he was fortunate to feature in the highly popular MCU. He expected both Black Widow and Captain Marvel to have as much impact as Black Panther when they release into theaters over the next couple of years.

“There’s nothing they can’t do, man,” said Evans. “I’m sure it’s going to have the exact same effect when Captain Marvel comes out and when the Black Widow movie comes out. Marvel just has the winning recipe, and they’re kind of one step ahead of everybody else. I mean just looking at them, and I was just looking at things this morning about these Black Panther openings around the country this weekend, and it’s gonna crush. It’s gonna crush! Marvel knows what they’re doing. They find great people. I just feel very humbled and lucky to be part of it,” he continued.

For now, we can only speculate about the scale of the upcoming movies, but, up to now, Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a trail blazer. Therefore, it is definitely possible that their successful streak will continue well into the years to come. Captain Marvel is scheduled to release on March 6th next year, and Black Widow is likely to be a part of Marvel Phase 4. As for Black Panther, you can check it out in cinemas right away.