In the Captain America and Avengers story arc, Chris Evans' superhero is a genetically modified being from the 1940s brought into present day (somehow).
If you've ever seen your parents trying to work their new mobile phone it's probably no surprise that in the movie, the Cap aka Steve Rogers, struggles to wrap his head around some modern-day inventions.
Strangely, it seems as though Evans also has a tough time navigating his own technology in the real world. He posted a tweet on 'behalf of everyone' saying he wanted to go back to the simpler days, the days of fax machines, car phones and, god forbid, dial-up Internet.
Look, don't get me wrong, we all have our issues with technology every other day but Stevey-boy you're showing your years here.
The cry for help has even attracted the attention of his Avengers buddies Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr), who, in the movies, are quite skilled in the tech department.
Banner, aka the Hulk, said if he ever needed any help all he had to do was call the Avengers phone. Imagine if they actually had a dedicated phone to call their superhero pals.
Evans fired back with: "I'm guessing the arc reactor doesn't need some sort of annoying upgrade or download or new OS every 3 months. HELP ME!"
These guys are practically writing the banter for the upcoming Avengers: Endgame, speaking of which, could be up to three hours long. Remember when the final The Lord of the Rings film came out and everyone felt like they'd lived a whole life in the theatre?
After Thanos' massacre in the two and a half hour long Avengers: Infinity War, fans are expecting to see the remaining Avengers undo the hard work with what we can only imagine to be some outrageously complex plan in place to overturn all this, or else the MCU is going to look very different in future.
This complex story line may take some time to tell as Joe and Anthony Russo acknowledged when they explained that one of the most recent edits stretched beyond three hours.
Joe said: "There's a high probably that this movie will clock in at around three hours. It's a big movie with a lot of story."
There was a hell of a lot of drama in that last film - with the screenwriters killing off what felt like 95 per cent of the cast. And that could all be due to change in the highly anticipated follow-up film.
But it comes at a price, and that price will be our precious time. But we're sure it'll be worth it and some.
Avengers: Endgame is set to be released on April 26 2019.
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