Chris Evans admitted after playing Captain America's character in Marvel Cinematic Universe for over a decade, he'd like to return as a superhero, Human Torch.

The actor played Human Torch's character in the "Fantastic Four" movie, which was dropped in 2005. He also reprised the role again in "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," released in 2007.

"God, wouldn’t that be great?" Evans told MTV News, ETCanada reported Monday. "No, no one’s ever come to me about that. I mean, I don’t exactly look the same anymore. That was 15, almost 20 years ago. Oh my God, I’m old."

The 41-year-old actor went on to share his love for that character and said, "But I really love that character, but I think…aren’t they doing something now with ‘Fantastic Four’?"

Evans also explained why it "would actually be an easier sell" for him as the Human Torch than returning as Captain America.

"Cap [Captain America] is so precious to me," he added. "And you know, I almost don’t want to disrupt what a beautiful experience that was. But Johnny Storm, I feel like he didn’t really get his day. That was before Marvel really found its footing. So, I loved that role and, you know, who knows?"

Evans' last Marvel movie was 2019's "Avengers: Endgame," where he handed over his Captain America's shield to Sam Wilson (played by actor Anthony Mackie) and retired from his superhero life.

Apart from Marvel movies, Evans was seen in movies like "Free Guy" and "Don't Look Up" released in 2021. He also lent his voice to "Lightyear," a spin-off of the "Toy Story" movie series, which was dropped in theaters last week.

Considering his upcoming projects, the actor will be seen in the movies like "The Gray Man," "Ghosted," "Red One" and "Project Artemis."

"The Gray Man" will drop on July 22 on Netflix, and it will also be released in select theaters on the same date. Netflix shared an action-packed clip from the highly anticipated movie, showing Ryan Gosling and Evans in hand-to-hand combat.

The flick is made with a budget of $200 million and is helmed by directors Anthony and Joe Russo.

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