Written by Emily on June 13

Happy 43rd Birthday Chris Evans!

Wow another year gone by. Today is Chris Evans’ birthday! Happy birthday Chris!! We are all wishing you another wonderful year of success, health, and joy. I hope you have am amazing day with your family and friends.

I’m very sorry for the lack of updates on this site. I’ve lost a lot of motivation and have been trying to update. I’m not sure if there are still visitors on here haha! But, to celebrate Chris’ birthday like usual at Chris Evans Central, I have added some pretty outtakes of Chris to the gallery. Enjoy!



Written by Emily on September 19

Chris Evans Is Having Second Thoughts

Chris has a new interview and photoshoot with GQ Magazine! He looks so good, as always! I will get scans added from the magazine when it releases! Hopefully we get some more photos from this amazing shoot!

At some point, not long after Chris Evans finished the seventh of seven contractually obligated Captain America performances with 2019’s Avengers: Endgame, he left Los Angeles. The idea was, well—there were a few ideas. One was getting out of a town that Evans associates with “Pavlovian anxiety.” Another was going back home to Massachusetts, where Evans grew up and where he’s often resided since 2014. When he steps off the plane there, he says, it “takes me back to a place when life was not just simpler—that’s too reductive—but to a time where I was more pure, I guess; where my ego and my insecurities weren’t such a dominant force that I had to push against.” At his house just outside Boston, Evans says, “I really take my time.” Just thinking about it makes him smile. His voice turns boyish, sweet, soft: “I can’t believe I’m 42.”

Evans has been working steadily and successfully in Hollywood for more than 20 years. But he has not always felt in control there. When he was younger, he acted in a lot of what he now describes as “bad movies.” His first real successes in the industry came by way of a series of characters who were “jocky pricks,” he says: handsome, muscular assholes whose smugness was their most memorable quality. And then came Steve Rogers, otherwise known as Captain America, a character so defined and iconic—unlike other Marvel heroes, Cap has basically been the same virtuous guy since the day of his invention in 1940—that Evans’s main job was as much to be a caretaker as it was to be an inventor or an explorer.

None of these roles line up all that precisely with the way Evans is in his daily nonworking life, a fact that suits him. “There are some people that you meet and you just think, Man, that’s a movie star,” he says. He is adamant that he is not one of them. “I love to act,” he says. “But it’s not something that I couldn’t live without.” He has had enough success to be financially secure for the rest of his life, and probably a few lifetimes beyond. But despite that success, or maybe because of it, he is interested in, well: anything but the grand narrative of Chris Evans. “When I don’t pay attention to myself at all,” he says, “and just, you know, question why black holes exist, that brings into perspective a macro understanding of the fact that I’m even here is a miracle. It’s like shooting a bullet with another bullet. I mean, the fact that any of us are here is unbelievable. And that kind of just brings me a sense of deep peace. And I don’t have any more thoughts or questions about my own career.”

Before we met, I’d had this idea that in Evans’s life and work could be found all sorts of interesting notions about what it is to be a leading man in a modern film industry that is even now fighting for a sustainable logic. I thought: Last year alone he filmed three projects—Apple’s action comedy Ghosted, with Ana de Armas; Netflix’s Pain Hustlers, a sly, clever movie about the opioid crisis; and Amazon’s upcoming Christmas movie Red One, with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson—that seem to tell a story about Hollywood in 2023, where the streamers are dominant, the actors and the writers are now on strike, and guys like Evans are trying to find their version of the careers that sustained their predecessors, where art and commerce coexist and original storytelling is still possible.

Then we met and Evans told me that all this, while potentially interesting to someone, is something he personally would prefer to never think about. It’s why he left Los Angeles in the first place. In Massachusetts, he says, he pays close attention to the passing of the seasons. He will literally marvel at a flower. “The fact that trees are green blows my mind,” Evans says. There are those who wonder at the universe because they’re naturally disposed to contemplate themselves as a small speck in a giant and ever expanding galaxy. And Chris Evans is probably one of those people, on balance. But mostly, these days, he marvels at the universe as a defense mechanism. “I’ve just learned early on that when I go small, I suffer,” Evans says. “When I look at my own life and it’s under a microscope, or when I consider my own experience, it leads to cyclical unhappiness.”

Read more at GQ.com


Written by Emily on September 07

(Video) Pain Hustlers Teaser Trailer

Emily Blunt, Chris Evans, Catherine O’Hara, and Andy Garcia in PAIN HUSTLERS. Only on Netflix October 27.

Dreaming of a better life for her and her young daughter, Liza (Emily Blunt) lands a job from Pete (Chris Evans) at a failing pharma start-up, where Liza’s charm, drive, and guts catapult her into the high life and the company into the center of a criminal conspiracy with dire consequences.


Written by Emily on June 13

Happy 42nd Birthday Chris Evans!

It’s June 13th which means it is Chris Evans’ 42nd birthday! A very happy birthday to our favorite guy! We are all wishing you another year of success, health, and joy. I hope you have a wonderful day with your family and friends. Thank you for everything that you do and all the happiness you bring to our lives!

To celebrate Chris’ birthday this year at Chris Evans Central, I have finally updated the gallery with screen captures from The Gray Man and Ghosted!



In addition, I’ve added the remaining outtakes from a photoshoot Chris did for back for Esquire Middle East in 2016 to the gallery. I’ve also added a few more photos from the sessions Chris did in 2011. Enjoy! Thank you all for visiting!



Written by Emily on March 06

Ghosted — Official Trailer | Apple TV+

The official trailer for Chris’ new movie Ghosted with Ana de Armas has been released! The movie will be streaming April 21 on Apple TV+! I can’t wait to watch this!

Meeting that special someone can be a real adventure. Chris Evans and Ana de Armas star in Ghosted, a new film streaming April 21 only on Apple TV+ https://apple.co/_Ghosted

Salt-of-the-earth Cole (Evans) falls head over heels for enigmatic Sadie (de Armas)—but then makes the shocking discovery that she’s a secret agent. Before they can decide on a second date, Cole and Sadie are swept away on an international adventure to save the world.


Written by Emily on November 08

Chris Evans Is PEOPLE’s 2022 Sexiest Man Alive

Chris has been announced as PEOPLE’s 2022 Sexiest Man Alive! I mean finally, right? The photoshoot looks absolutely amazing. Very.. sexy! You can find the new photos in our gallery and watch a BTS/interview with Chris below.

PEOPLE – If you were to tell a middle school-aged Chris Evans that he would one day be named PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man Alive, “he’d be pumped!” the star tells the magazine in this week’s cover story. “This would probably be the road to the cool table which I was not at.”

Present-day Evans, 41, is still adjusting to the new title—and having to talk about it—but he knows this news will delight at least one person: “My mom will be so happy,” he says. “She’s proud of everything I do but this is something she can really brag about.”

It’s a sunny fall day on an estate outside Atlanta, Ga. where Evans is sitting in front of the fireplace in a quaint farmhouse. Although he appears to have fully understood this particular assignment, dressed in a cozy knit sweater and jeans, the Boston native would probably rather jump into said fireplace than discuss being deemed sexy.

“This whole thing is tough to be interviewed about,” he says with a laugh. “It feels like a weird form of humble bragging.”

The Gray Man star is also bracing for some good-natured ribbing from his close friends. “Really this will just be a point of bullying,” he jokes. “It’s ripe for harassment.”

Regardless, his mom Lisa is delighted by the news. “I am not surprised at all,” she tells PEOPLE. “Our family will be beside themselves.”

Best known for playing the altruistic, self-sacrificing superhero Captain America in Marvel’s multi-billion-dollar Avengers franchise, and as a devoted, photo-happy dog dad to Dodger, his boxer mix, on social media, Evans is far more comfortable talking about his career, which has been on fire for the last decade. This year alone, he starred in Pixar’s Lightyear, Netflix’s Gray Man and filmed three new movies, including 2023’s Ghosted for AppleTV+ which he is also producing, and also still co-runs A Starting Point, the civic engagement platform he launched in 2020.
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