Iain de Caestecker, who plays Gabe in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, believes he would rather leave his Marvel character than continue to star in a new BBC production,Roadkill, where he met Hugh Laurie.
Television is the new medium, after Disney+ became the home for streaming TV series to expand the MCU's storytelling, posing concerns about the inclusion of previous series that had previously aired. One of the most successful spin-off shows involved the formerly deceased Phil Coulson and gave him a new team of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, who recently discussed the possibility of returning to his Marvel character.
Iain de Caestecker discussed whether or not Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be brought to film and if he would reprise his role. Like Evans, the actor believes that the happy ending for his character and his long-time love, Jemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge), was the appropriate ending.
Iain de Caesteckers' character was definitely put through the wringer over his seven seasons on the show. While he began the show as a Q-like character, eventually becoming an integral part of the team's success. Through his many injuries, both physically and mentally, Fitz's transformation took place as a result of his (in true Marvel fashion) temporary death. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. became more mainstream characters, only to end their journeys in time
Iain de Caestecker hasn't slowed down since he hung up his Marvel uniform. He is now directing a new BBC drama called The Control Room. The story follows Gabe, a man working for the emergency line in Scotland. He discovers who the mystery woman is and what has been left in his past.
Iain de Caestecker is hesitant to return to his current role as a result of the high ratings from Rotten Tomatoes. Although the ending for Fitz and Jemma is in the works, the reality is that the actors at Marvel and Disney are often drawn back for more.