18 Feb - A month ago, it was reported that two MCU stars, namely Chris Evans and Tom Holland, were reuniting for Netflix drama film "Devil All the Time".
News broke a couple of days ago on Deadline that Evans is no longer starring in the movie and will instead be replaced by yet another MCU household name, Sebastian Stan – best known to Marvel fans as the Winter Soldier.
Stan will take over Evans' role, which was previously reported as a character named Lee Bodecker.
He will be joining a cast led by Holland, who will play the lead character Arvin Willard. Other cast members include Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson, and Bill Skarsgard.
Evans had to step away from the project as he'll be busy starring in "Defending Jacob", the Apple series which he is also producing, and Antoine Fuqua's sci-fi thriller "Infinite".
He has also added another new movie to his upcoming projects list, a Netflix production called "The Red Sea Diving Resort".
In the Gideon Raff-directed thriller that's set for release later this year, Evans will play one of the Mossad agents who worked with brave Ethiopians to smuggle refugees to Israel in the '80s.
Evans, Stan and Holland will all be seen in their MCU roles again as Captain America, Winter Soldier and Spider-Man, respectively, in this April's "Avengers: Endgame".