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With thanks to my friend Mouza I was able to add more pictures of Chris Evans at Sunday’s Academy Awards to the gallery which brings the total number to 229 pictures. Enjoy the new additions!
Marvel has just released the first official Avengers: Age of Ultron poster on their official accounts. You can view a preview below and a full version in the gallery.
Q: Was that Will Arnett in the Batman suit?
A: Yes. Fun fact: As EW’s Anthony Breznican observed backstage at the ceremony, Arnett’s Arrested Development co-star Jason Bateman was presenting the live-action and documentary short awards with Kerry Washington. Before walking out, Bateman asked: “Was that Arnett playing guitar as Batman? Which way is he coming? I’ve got to see him.” Moments later, Captain America star Chris Evans came back to prepare for his presentation. Warned that Batman was nearby and that there was potential for a DC/Marvel throwdown, he put up his dukes. “Let me at him!” Evans said. “He’s going down!”
17. After they finished presenting Best Sound Mixing, Sienna Miller and Chris Evans hugged each other as the nominees package was rolling, laughing and seemingly relieved that they’d gotten through it.
Chris Evans attended the 87th Annual Academy Awards last night where he presented the award for achievement in Sound Mixing with actress Sienna Miller. So far over 110 pictures of Chris at the event have been added to our gallery (some thanks to my friend Alexa) with hopefully more to come throughout the day. Enjoy the new additions!
Chris Evans arrived on the 87th Annual Academy Awards red carpet looking dapper and handsome. Make sure to watch the show to see Chris present!
Yesterday Chris Evans was at the rehearsals for the 87th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre to rehearse his presentation for one of the categories. Don’t forget to watch the Oscars tonight at 7E/4P on ABC!
Some stars used their time on the practice stage to scout out their seats for the event on Sunday, highlighted by large placards with their pictures.
“Yah, I got a good seat,” said Captain America star Chris Evans, who checked out the scene while flipping a water bottle onstage. (Source)
I’ve also added a few more pictures of him at the Gold Meets Golden event with some of them thanks to my friend Mouza.
Chris Evans attended the CW3PR presents Gold Meets Golden event in Los Angeles today. So far 7 pictures of him at the event have been added to our gallery with hopefully more to come.
Your deal was, initially, for two more Avengers films. Now you’ve signed on for more, starting with Captain America: Civil War. Why?
I’m crazy about Evans. I really am. I don’t know why or how to explain this particular kinship we have. By the way, he hasn’t called me in six months. Honestly, in order for this whole thing to have worked, I did my part, Hemsworth knocked it out of the stadium and then it fell on Cap. That was the riskiest. It was the one that had the highest degree of difficulty in making it translate to a modern audience. It was the Russos and Chris who, I think, really hit the line drive and won the series. I remember glancing through it going, “Wow, that’s a different way to go”. They said, “If we have you, we can do this or Cap 3 has to be something else”. It’s nice to feel needed.
At this point it ceases about being about announcements of contracts and deal points and Forbes and all that. And to see Chadwick being announced for Black Panther, I go, ‘Wow, man, Marvel is making all the right moves and they’re not doing it because it’s PC, they’re doing it because it’s exciting’. So why would I be the one to go, ‘I’m not going on the road. I don’t get along with the keyboardist’. Who cares? Who cares? And look, I also recognise that I’ll be turning 50 by the time I promote this movie. The clock is ticking down on the amount of memories and participation that I would allow myself and not embarrass the medium with. And when they pitched it to me and when I had a couple of ideas and when they said we like those ideas, let’s do those. Then there’s all this competition too. I don’t do this because I look at it as a competition, but I look at the marketplace and go, ‘Maybe if these two franchises teamed up and I can take even a lesser position in support, with people I like and directors I respect, maybe we can keep things bumping along here a little longer than they might have’.
So, do you see Tony as a bad guy in that movie?
I wouldn’t put it that way. Ultimately it’s Steve’s story; it doesn’t say ‘Iron Man 4: Civil War’. I think that’s great too. I think Chris [Evans] has been hungry to bring even more of an underside and some shadow to that. I remember the comics – on the surface you got the sense that Cap was baseball and apple pie, but underneath there was all this churning stuff of being a man out of time. Now we know he’s made his peace with that. What’s the bigger issue? It can have a little something to do with the past, but it can be about someone becoming more modernised in their own conflict.
Today in “hot guys saying cute things,” we have Chris Evans, who talks all things Valentine’s Day, including his top gift ideas, why diamonds are always a good idea and the importance of heart-shaped candy.
Ranking high on his gift guide is fragrance. As the face of Gucci Guilty Diamond, we trust him to know a thing or two about the power of scent, but his answer is very sweet.
“I think there’s a beautiful aspect about exchanging a fragrance because scents are synonymous with memories,” he explains. “If you’re walking down the street and you smell a scent, it can take you right back to a memorable time in your life, whether it’s a moment with an ex-girlfriend or a childhood event.” So why is it such a perfect present? “Years down the road, that fragrance will take them back to that time and place when you gave it to them.”
Another option that may just rival the power of scent? A heartfelt, homemade gift. “Whether it’s a drawing or a song or a poem. Something that’s from the heart that you manufactured yourself is the most personal thing you could give.” (OK, Chris, we’re waiting for our serenade).
And finally, his third gift idea is pretty high on our list already. “I think diamonds represent luxury, indulgence and class. So any time you can incorporate a gift that is synonymous with all those attributes, you know the other person will love it,” says Evans. “I would challenge someone to find something that better represents Valentine’s Day more than diamonds!”
While we’re not going to say no to some mega-carat rocks from Evans, he should probably throw in a box of heart-shaped candy to seal the deal. “I always remember on Valentine’s Day, exchanging candy with the kids in my class and typically it was always those little hearts with the messages on them,” he says. “When I think of Valentine’s Day, to this day I still think of these candies.”
The first 10 films have been announced for this year’s Dallas International Film Festival running April 9-19. The lineup includes the North American premiere of Playing It Cool, a romantic comedy starring Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan, and the world premiere of the Civil War drama Echoes of War, starring James Badge Dale, Ethan Embry, and William Forsythe.
The festival is also celebrating the 35th anniversary of The Blues Brothers by honoring director John Landis.