Jeremy Renner (Clint Barton/Hawkeye)
Clint Barton was reunited with his family at the end of Avengers Endgame. That means he’s only one of two founding Avengers to be alive and still on Earth. There’s probably a lot of burden on him (and Bruce Banner’s Hulk) to carry on the legacy of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
While Jeremy Renner is not confirmed to appear in any more movies post-Avengers Endgame, he will be reprising his role as the archer in Disney Plus’ Hawkeye series, in which he will train the next Hawkeye, a young girl named Kate Bishop. To clarify, it won’t be his daughter, because his daughter’s name is actually Lila Barton.
Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/Hulk)
The last of the founding Avengers, Bruce Banner (who is now seemingly permanently merged with the Hulk, becoming the Professor Hulk persona in the process) is alive at the end of Avengers Endgame. Just like Renner’s Hawkeye, he will be burdened with carrying on the legacy of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
Unlike his other fellow founding Avengers, Bruce Banner’s role post-Avengers Endgame remains more of an enigma. There are no Hulk movies on the horizon, and no Disney Plus TV series as well. Sources have neglected to mention the state of Ruffalo’s contract as well so anything can happen with the Hulk in the near future.
It’s highly likely that we won’t be seeing the Jade Giant anytime soon in the MCU post-Avengers Endgame.
Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury)
None of the sources mention Samuel L. Jackson’s current standing contract with Marvel Studios. However, from the looks of it, it seems like Nick Fury will continue to be a major presence in the MCU post-Avengers Endgame.
Samuel L. Jackson is set to reprise his role as the former director of SHIELD in the upcoming Spider-Man Far From Home in July 2019. With many of the founding Avengers either dead or not available anymore, Fury will probably be looking to gather the next generation of heroes, starting with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man)
Tom Holland has already appeared in four movies in the MCU to date, beginning with 2016’s Captain America Civil War and ending with Avengers Endgame. He will be reprising his role as in Spider-Man Far From Home, which is slated to arrive in July 2019.
While we don’t know how far his contract with Marvel Studios go, let’s assume that it’s the same five-picture deal that the founding Avengers made. However, that would make Spider-Man Far From Home Holland’s last movie, which is pretty unlikely.
Marvel Studios will probably be looking to Spider-Man to trailblaze the way for the next generation of younger Avengers in the MCU. As such, he will likely be in more future movies beyond Spider-Man Far From Home, whatever they may be.
Now that he doesn’t have Tony Stark’s tech to fall back on, I’m excited to see if this Spider-Man can finally stand on his own two feet without relying on anyone’s help, closer to how Spidey should be.