Last fall, when Chris Evans tweeted that he'd had an "emotional day" wrapping filming on the fourth Avengers film and that playing Captain America "over the past eight years has been an honor," fans of the Marvel superhero flipped out. Many feared Cap — aka Steve Rogers — would be killed off in Avengers: Endgame, which opened in theaters worldwide this week. Well — MAJOR SPOILER HERE — fear no more. Captain America doesn't die. But he does end his run as an Avenger in an exit that's emotional, bittersweet — and well, just perfect. And I say that as a huge Captain America fan. He's my favorite Avenger — and the fact that we're both from Brooklyn is only part of the reason. It's because he embodies the ideals — bravery, honesty, loyalty, nobility — that get overlooked when we talk about what makes someone a superhero in movies these days. So I braced myself for a future in which the very prolific and successful Marvel Cinematic Universe would plod on wi..