Cap, meet 007.
Chris Evans just made headlines with his poignant goodbye post after finishing "Avengers 4" reshoots. He's made it clear he's out as Steve Rogers/Captain America. Meanwhile, Daniel Craig has also made it clear he's done as James Bond after "Bond 25."
Now -- both with one foot out of their most famous roles -- Evans and Craig are teaming up for "Knives Out." The murder mystery movie is being written and directed by "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson.
"Knives Out" plot details are still unknown at this point, but Deadline said it's understood to be a modern day "whodunit" murder mystery.
They added that "Knives Out" will likely film this year -- in what's left of it. If that happens, Daniel Craig will actually film this before "Bond 25," which is now being directed by Cary Fukunaga for a Valentine's Day 2020 release date.
Chris Evans only just finished filming "Avengers 4" -- he'll still be back for the press tour next year -- but he has grown no moss on the work front. It was recently announced that he'll star in and produce the upcoming Apple series "Defending Jacob."
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