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Chris Evans was nominated at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards in the category Best Actor in an Action Movie for his performance in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. His films Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Snowpiercer were nominated as well. Check out the categories below.
Best Action Movie
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
“Edge of Tomorrow”
“Guardians of the Galaxy”
Best Actor in an Action Movie
Bradley Cooper, “American Sniper”
Tom Cruise, “Edge of Tomorrow”
Chris Evans, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
Brad Pitt, “Fury”
Chris Pratt, “Guardians of the Galaxy”
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie
“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”
“Under the Skin”
A video of Chris Evans at the Meet & Greet in Newburyport from three days ago has been posted online. Sadly the video can’t be embedded properly but you can view it at the source or download it below.
While Evans is no stranger to doting attention from women of a certain age, and general prying into his life from the media, he found himself faced with a different sort of authority. Kids say and do the weirdest things at inopportune times. Last night was no exception.
One boy, no older than 8 years old, walked up to Evans with a T-shirt to sign. “Hey, buddy,” Evans said.
“What kind of car do you have?” The boy asked right off the bat. Evans said he didn’t know then muttered something about not being into cars. “Well, are you a millionaire? What about a billionaire?” the boy asked before being dragged away by his extremely flustered parent, likely dying of inner-embarrassment.
Another boy named Andrew, about three years old, is Captain America’s biggest fan, he told Evans. “Is that right?” Evans asked. “Yes, it is,” said the boy stoically, insulted as any three-year-old could, that he was being questioned about his fan status.
Then, a new mother showed up with her baby strapped to her front, and almost as soon as she approached the table, the infant latched on to Evans’s hair. And didn’t let go. The mother remained casual about it, though, as if everyone should have the opportunity to grasp Chris Evans’s hair.
NEWBURYPORT — Captain America arrived in Newburyport yesterday afternoon, raising over $3,000 for The Pettengill House.
“I have never been up here before. This is great, this is great,” said Chris Evans, the Hollywood actor who plays Captain America on the big screen. “It’s nice to be able to do things like this. We talked about doing this over Thanksgiving, but then you see it come together and it is very rewarding.”
A Sudbury native, Evans signed autographs for roughly 100 kids under the age of 16 who lined up in the snow in The Tannery parking lot to see the star of 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger,” 2012’s highest-grossing film “The Avengers,” 2013’s “Snowpiercer” and 2014’s third-highest grossing film “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”
“It is an honor to be able to bring any type of happiness to people, especially at this time of the year,” Evans said. “I know that is kind of cheesy, but I am a sucker for Christmas and I like to give back. That feels good.”
Assisting her son while he signed autographs, his mother said she is still getting used to having a superhero in her life.
“This is a little bit phenomenal,” Lisa Evans said. “This is a little bit bizarre from my point of view. But kids are his bliss. He loves kids. I’ve been with him when he is on set and you will be standing there and people are screaming and all of a sudden he will look over and see a little guy with a shield and just walks right over. That is his comfort level because it is pure, it is innocent, it is sweet, it is that hero stuff. He takes his role very, very seriously. He had those feelings for heroes when he was a kid. He still gets shaky knees about Tom Brady. So he gets it.”
Evans will begin production on “Captain America: Civil War” in the spring right before “Avengers: Age of Ultron” opens in May.
“These are all dreams,” Evans said. “And I am just lucky and grateful and just happy to be here. I’m along for the ride, really.”
Sultry with an edge of risk: Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans reprise their roles in the latest Gucci Guilty fragrance campaign.
The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of Chris Evans as Steve Rogers in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as well as the disc special features. Enjoy the new additions!
I have updated the gallery with scans of Chris Evans in magazines over the last few years with hopefully more to come!
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The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of Chris Evans’ surprise appearance in last year’s Thor: The Dark World.
I have updated the gallery with screencaptures of Chris Evans’ guest appearance in the 2003 pilot Skin. Unfortunately the show was short-lived and never released on DVD so the quality isn’t the best. You can watch the episode on YouTube or DailyMotion if you haven’t seen it yet.