This past weekend a trio composed of Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, and Chris Evans made an appearance at ACE Comic-Con. With that established, it should come as no shock that the three actors who starred in Avengers: Endgame would be peppered with questions about the film at a comic convention and that's exactly what happened when the floor was opened up to fans. Notably, Evans was asked about his final appearance as Captain America.

As you may recall if you saw the movie (which you probably did since it's made almost $2.8 billion), old Captain America wraps things up by arriving in the present to pass his shield on to Sam Wilson/Falcon after presumably living most of his life with his original love, Peggy Carter. As is the case with most movies containing time travel, this caused some confusion, specifically amongst fans who wondered if this would create a new timeline with an altered history. According to Den of Geek, the Russo brothers appeared to confirm that that's what happened after the film was released. As they put it, "The old Cap at the end movie, he lived his married life in a different universe from the main one. He had to make another jump back to the main universe at the end to give the shield to Sam.”

While that would seem to have taken any guesswork away from diehards who pondered these questions, it was later contradicted by the film's writers, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who put forth their own opinion that the old Captain had lived in the main timeline, while a second Steve Rogers was frozen in ice for most of that time while in the same universe.

As for what Evans thought, he told the Comic-Con crowd that he's not really sure how that whole thing works, but the issue may be tackled by Marvel at some point later on.

"You know, I'm not sure I can give you those answers. That's weak as shit, but ask the writers," said Evans. "Look, I understand there's a lot of things you can question about the time continuity, but if there's one thing I've learned about working with Marvel, they don't leave stones unturned. They really don't."

From there he joked that even if he were aware of what actually happened, he probably would've forgotten it by now. "At times, I might share some of the questions, but any time I ask that question [on set], there's always someone that explains it to me and then I forget it and I come on stage and I say, 'Hey, ask Don Cheadle what it's like... to be Don Cheadle!'"

At that point Cheadle gave his more succinct interpretation, saying "Steve exists on multiple planes and time isn't a straight line, there are multiple timelines."

For what it's worth, time travel stuff is always pretty impossible to follow. Oh and also, once again, it would seem the '90s Simpsons nailed it.