There are many who feel as though Bucky (Sebastian Stan) and Captain America’s (Chris Evans) relationship at the end of “Avengers: Endgame” didn't pan out as they were expecting -- after all, Cap never did say "goodbye" to Bucky on screen. Did Stan just hint that he agrees?

On Stan’s Instagram, he shared an image on his Story in which a screengrab from “Captain America: The First Avenger” showed Bucky’s first appearance on screen next to Steve Rogers, with their arm around each other. The picture is framed with the caption “Together until the end of the line,” in which one Twitter user replied with a strongly worded disagreement.

“Together until the end of the line. Or until bad, inconsistent, out-of-character writing turns Steve Rogers into his own anti-thesis. Shouldn’t it be 'together until the end of the lie' now?”

Stan shared the screenshot to his Story with only a surprised looking emoji placed on top.

It blew up from there, with Twitter users sharing the screenshot, speculating that Stan was actually saying he agreed with the statement in that he didn’t like how the relationship between the two characters panned out. The conversation resulted in “Sebastian Stan” being a top trending topic on Twitter.

John Boyega had a similar encounter with Disney not too long ago. After all the press was done for “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” Boyega took to Twitter to engage with passionate “Star Wars” fans.

This came off to a lot of fans that he was criticizing Disney and how things ended between his character Finn and Daisy Ridley’s character Rey. Around the same time, Oscar Isaac seemed to express criticism towards Disney, stating that they were too afraid to make the relationship between Finn and Poe a romantic one.

There were many who even agreed with the notion.

In response to all this talk about Stan's criticisms towards Disney, Boyega once again jumped on Twitter to start yet another conversation. This time, with open arms, welcoming Stan to the club of actors who have worked with Disney and may have some gripes with the writing.

While many people believe Stan was criticizing Disney or Marvel, there’s a possibility that Stan’s response was only a response to the user’s comment, feeling that it’s an overly analytical and harsh response to an innocuous Twitter post.

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Sebastian Stan is pictured at an “Avengers: Infinity War” event on April 8, 2018 in London. Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images