We all know that death in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a relative process because anyone can be revived based on anything, from Soul Stone to Quantum Realm, not including Stark Gauntlet and Infinity Stones. Some deaths look final for now, even though some characters are in the middle.
Steve Rogers / Captain America was in between by disappearing into the past and finally living, thereby creating a parallel world or one where he existed twice during the 2010s.
According to the recent Comic-Con revelation from Marvel, there are different plans for what will happen to Captain America. The original idea was to kill Cap in a very terrible way some fans thought it sounded like a DC region. Maybe Captain America will really die in the future MCU movie.
Repeating the approach to death in the latest Marvel films
Not many MCU fans who like to see favorite super heroes have a terrible last death. Although many characters have been biting dust (literally) on War of Infinity, we all see the power of the Stunt Gauntlet and Infinity Stones in awakening many of them thanks to the Hulk.
You may have noticed American Captain / Steve Rogers was not one of those who died at that time. The screenwriters (and producers) of these films, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, clearly want to have some other type of future denouncement for different stamps than others.
No one knows that time travel will be his ultimate fate, even if it is not finality.
Brewing behind Mark's and McFeely's creative minds is something far more terrifying for Captain America Avenger: Endgame. Instead of taking this terrible route, they did not shy away from their specific method of death for central criminals.
What do Markus and McFeely think of the death of Captain America?
According to the authors during a recent Comic-Con appearance, they revealed that the American Captain would be beheaded in 2014 by Thanos and taken to 2023 to taunt Rogers. In addition, Thanos will kill all Avengers during the same time period.
Fans were initially surprised to hear this idea and imagine how this would happen. When someone on Reddit posts this story, the answer is one of the distrust they have thought about the idea because they have to go to the Disney "head" of the studio.
A fan answered: "Real. Can you imagine being in the theater and that happens? I will jump from my seat."
What might make this ironically funny to some people is the idea of imagining Markus and McFeely taking this idea to Disney clothes and making executives say "not to cut off heads." In the end, they did have decapitation, though Thanos's head was thanks to Thor and Stormbreaker.
Will there still be death for Captain America in future films?
Many fans are satisfied to see Steve Rogers flee to the past and can live his life with Peggy Carter. This is not to say that there will be no chance to see Captain America again someday, if maybe not Chris Evans who plays a role.
Then again, don't count him back because we've heard about new ones Thor movies that are green, not including the Disney Plus Cap series. The question is, in what guise will we see Captain America? Will we see the death of Steve Rogers as a parent in the present, or is there an alternative / young version to explore in the modern sense?
If they are too complicated and kill the American Captain somewhere along the time line, it can lose all logic. Most likely, the American Captain will live without seeing a shocking death. Having him in limbo at least offers a creative way to temporarily write it down without it means death.