Tony Stark and Iron Man actor Robert Downey Jr. made news recently when he was announced as part of the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming. Iron Man shares a mentor-like relationship with Peter Parker, so it makes a great deal of sense. Still, that doesn't mean other members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe couldn't make appearances.
In a recent interview with MTV International, Captain America actor Chris Evans was asked what Marvel film would he like to see Cap in next, and Homecoming came up as a possibility.
"Guardians would be fun wouldn't it? I mean, but that's very outer spacey. Cap's more of an earthbound guy. Maybe the next Spider-Man's. You know those are going to be fantastic and I think Tom's such a great actor so that might be a fun one to pop up in."
As for other cameos, Evans seems to be game for whatever Marvel wants or needs him to do.
"I've really found a level of comfort with the character over the course of, what is it, seven movies or something? I can't even keep track, but we've been doing it since 2010, and now it really does feel like home. It just feels like very comfortable to me so, any way they want to use me in any other type of cameo, its fun to be, its fun to be a part of this chapter of cinema."
Having the stalwart Avengers appear in other films is a great way to promote synergy, especially in something like Spider-Man. After the events of Captain America; Civil War, I imagine we'll at least be seeing a bit of Cap in the upcoming Black Panther, or if not a full scene at least a reference or two.