The cast and crew of Captain America: Civil War wrapped principal photography for the film in Leipzig, Germany on August 21 and celebrated at a bar and restaurant. Congrats to the cast and crew!
Now the wait for the official trailer and production stills begins.
#CaptainAmericaCivilWar wrapped principle photography today. Congratulations to the Russo brothers and the entire cast and crew.
— Louis D'Esposito (@louisde2) 22. August 2015
Chris Evans and Marc Webb are both taking a step back from the superhero universe.
Evans is set to star in Webb’s upcoming drama “Gifted” for Fox Searchlight. Tom Flynn penned the film, which follows a man who sues for custody of his gifted niece. “Gifted” — Webb’s first film since “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” — is expected to start shooting this fall.
Webb is also setting up “The Only Living Boy in New York,” starring Miles Teller, with Jeff Bridges and Rosamund Pike in talks to join.
Although Evans has made a name for himself as Captain America in the Marvel universe, the actor has been drawn to more dramatic roles lately. He recently starred and made his directorial debut in the Sundance drama “Before We Go” opposite Alice Eve. Evans also appeared in the critically raved sci-fi action pic “Snowpiercer.” He can be seen next reprising his role of Steve Rogers in “Captain America: Civil War.”
Evans is repped by CAA and 3 Arts Entertainment.
The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.
Your fall is about to get a whole bunch more super, nerds.
The blockbuster sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron was a big ol’ hit that spawned killer robots, Science Bros and various thinkpieces about Black Widow. And fans can bring home all that sweet, sweet action with Iron Man, Captain America and the gang when the movie hits on digital HD platforms and the Disney Movies Anywhere app Sept. 8 and then Blu-ray, DVD and the video-on-demand space Oct. 2.
Not excited yet? Peep this exclusive clip that couldn’t be shown before the movie’s theatrical opening — it’s a tad spoiler-y — but now we’ve got it to show you guys: a sequence involving Chris Evans’ Cap and the new Avengers Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) stopping a runaway train and saving innocent bystanders. (You know the Batfleck would approve.)
Bonus features for the Age of Ultron release include deleted scenes, a gag reel, making-of-featurettes and audio commentary. And by the looks of this trailer, there’s gonna be lots of fun stuff like creating Paul Bettany’s Vision and Robert Downey Jr. mugging for the camera (as you do when you’re freakin’ Iron Man).
And for those who are reeeeeally patient, the Age of Ultron release also is included in an upcoming Phase 2 Blu-ray collection, out in time for Christmas, with every Marvel superhero flick since the last Avengers movie plus the newly released Ant-Man.
Captain America is coming to Utah.
Salt Lake Comic Con announced a big “get” this morning: Chris Evans, who plays Marvel Comics’ red-white-and-blue hero Captain America, has been booked for the comics convention, set for Sept. 24-26.
Evans will be appearing only on the final day, Sept. 26, convention organizers announced. A full schedule is forthcoming, and will be posted on Facebook.
Evans has portrayed Capt. Steve Rogers in two “Captain America” movies, two “Avengers” movies, and in cameos in “Thor: The Dark World” and “Ant-Man.” His next one, “Captain America: Civil War,” is now being filmed, and is set for release on May 6, 2016.
Evans also played Johnny Storm, “The Human Torch,” in two “Fantastic Four” movies in 2005 and 2007. Other notable films on Evans’ resume include “Not Another Teen Movie” (2001), “The Perfect Score” (2004), “Sunshine” (2007), “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” (2010) and “Snowpiercer” (2013).
Last Saturday, on August 15th, Chris Evans attended Disney’s D23 Expo 2015 along with Captain America: Civil War co-star Anthony Mackie to present footage from the film to the expo audience. Sadly the footage hasn’t been released online (as usual with Marvel footage at presentations like this) but hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for the first official trailer.
Thanks to my friend Mouza I was able to add almost 50 HQ pictures of Chris at the event to our gallery. If you click on “Read More” you can watch several videos and interviews of the event. Enjoy!
I know I’m late with posting these but due to having no internet access I wasn’t able to post them before now. The official trailer for Chris Evans’ directorial debut Before We Go was released last month along with several video clips from the film. Make sure to watch them all below and watch the film in theatres on September 4th or buy it now on iTunes or Amazon. You can also watch an interview of Chris with extra about the film here.
I thought it was time for a new look here at Chris Evans Fan and we, once again, have layouts created by the talented Nicole.
Hopefully you’ll like them as much as I do!
Today is Chris Evans’s 34th birthday and we here at Chris Evans Fan would like to wish him a happy birthday and we hope that he’ll have a wonderful day shared with friends and family!
Thanks to Luciana I was able to update the gallery with scans of the SFX and Total Film Sumer 2015 issues. I’ve also been able to replace an outtake of a 2014 photoshoot with an untagged version thanks to Emily. Enjoy the new additions!
Chris’ brother Scott Evans uploaded a video of them singing the 1970 folk rock classic “Fire and Rain” by James Taylor on Memorial Day weekend. Be sure to watch it below!
Description: Chris and I messing around over Memorial Day weekend. Unfortunately we had the giggles and couldn’t make it through the whole thing without laughing for here is just a tease… With some sung apologies to each other.