But what he hasn't heard is his phone ringing.
While on the chat show promoting Jinx, the pet food company he's partnered with, Evans shared a laugh with co-host Sara Haines — who, incidentally, is a small part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, thanks to an appearance in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
"You know, I always see those reports, too, and it's news to me. I think every couple months, someone says that they’re getting [Robert] Downey, and [Chris] Hemsworth, and Scarlett [Johansson], and everyone’s coming back."
But he doesn't know anything beyond the rumors: "No one's spoken to me about it. And look, I would never say never, but I really — I'm very protective. It's a very precious role to me, so it would have to be just right."
Thanks to some creative use of time travel, viewers learned Evans' Steve Rogers/Captain America got to live the life he'd missed with his love Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) at the close of Avengers: Endgame.
He passed the Captain America mantle — and shield — to his pal Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie).
Aside from Cap getting his happy ending, Endgame was the literal end for Johansson's Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow and Downey's Tony Stark/Iron Man.
But in the comic book world, people nearly never stay dead.
All that said, Evans noted there are "so many things" he misses about the character — "It's just intrinsically cool being a superhero" — but he's also missing his co-stars, "some of my best friends in the world," as well as the crew he's worked with over multiple films.
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