Ross Marquand, the actor who has played the villain Red Skull in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame replacing Hugo Weaving, do not forget the past that the villain has with Steve Rogers, Captain America.
In addition to having an idea about how his character could return in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the also actor of The Walking Dead has gone further in his statements in his virtual appearance in Awesome Con Online, in which he explained that he has a project for Marvel Studios to present on screen the moment in which we were deprived in the final ellipse of Endgame, the reunion between characters.
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If you remember, in the last two tapes in which Red Skull has appeared, he is now the Guardian of Vormir, where he guards the Soul Gem (precisely because he is one of those who could not access it). This means that Captain America, in his final mission to return the Infinity Stones to the place where they were obtained, in this case in the temporary reality in which Black Widow sacrificed herself, the encounter between Capi and Skull took place, something confirmed by Marvel Studios.
Thus, Marquand's project includes a tape that shows precisely how Captain America returned the Gems and what effects it would have in the future because aspects such as the new shield that he gave to Sam (Falcon) we hope will be resolved in the series of Falcon & The Winter Soldier for Disney +.
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When he jumps into the time machine at the end of Endgame, he goes away for a second and then comes back as an old man. But I think it would be really interesting to see what happens every time he returns those Gems. And I think it would be a fascinating movie in herself. I hope [Red Skull] will get it [back]. I don't know if they already have bad blood. Cap probably yes, but I think Red Skull is cursed with infinite knowledge, so he may not mind revenge I hope he comes back, we'll see. I cross my fingers