written by Emily on November 08, 2022

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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written by Emily on July 20, 2022

‘The Gray Man’ London Premiere

Yesterday (July 19), Chris attended The Gray Man premiere in London, England at BFI Southbank. Check out all the new photos in the gallery!

written by Emily on July 18, 2022

‘The Gray Man’ Berlin Premiere

Today, Chris attended a premiere of The Gray Man in Berlin, Germany! Always looking amazing! Check out the photos in the gallery!

written by Emily on July 14, 2022

‘The Gray Man’ Los Angeles Premiere

Last night, Chris attended the Los Angeles premiere of The Gray Man! He looked so good! You can check out HQ photos from the premiere in the gallery, enjoy!

written by Emily on June 13, 2022

‘Lightyear’ London Premiere

Hello Chris fans! It’s been an eventful day. Chris attended the London premiere of Lightyear at Cineworld Leicester Square. He looked so handsome on the blue carpet! You can find a bunch of photos from the premiere in the gallery! If any more additions, I will add them to the gallery! Enjoy!!


written by Emily on June 12, 2022

Chris Visits Jimmy Kimmel Live!

written by Emily on June 09, 2022

‘Lightyear’ Los Angeles Premiere

Last night (June 8), Chris attended the world premiere of his upcoming film Lightyear in Los Angeles! He looked great wearing a Percival shirt and Todd Snyder pants. You can find a bunch of photos from the premiere in the gallery! I’ve also included some interviews from the premiere below! Enjoy!

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written by Emily on June 06, 2022

2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards

Hello Chris fans! Finally a new event! Chris attended the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards last night! Check out the new photos in the gallery.

written by Emily on December 30, 2021

‘Don’t Look Up’ Screen Captures

Hi Chris fans! Chris made a cameo in Netflix’s latest film Don’t Look Up as a fictional action star named Devin Peters. You can find the screen captures of his small scene in the gallery!

written by Emily on June 09, 2021

Chris Evans Was Captain America. Now He Wants to Help Gen Z Reshape US Politics

NEWSWEEK – Chris Evans is best known for portraying Captain America, who teams up with other superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to form the Avengers. In real life, Evans has joined director and actor Mark Kassen and health care entrepreneur and philanthropist Joe Kiani to launch a website and app called A Starting Point, with the aim of getting young people interested in learning more about their elected officials and political issues.

Evans and Kassen met with Newsweek’s David H. Freedman via Zoom to talk about some of the obstacles they’ve had to overcome, the success they’ve had so far and their ambitions for the project.

Newsweek: What were the biggest challenges you faced in getting A Starting Point up and running?

Chris Evans: First we had to collect the interviews. For the first year and a half before we launched, most of what we did was going to Washington, D.C., and knocking on doors to try to collect these interviews. We needed to garner trust.

Mark Kassen: I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but Chris is famous. Sometimes I just forget that, because I’ve known him a long time and to me he’s just a normal person. So I was surprised when we went to D.C. at how excited and nervous people were to meet him. A lot of them told us that celebrities often come to D.C. to try to tell them what to do. They liked that we were asking them to talk about what they think. And they liked that we weren’t just looking for the most exciting, sexy stories. We asked them to talk about some of the issues that are important to them and their states, and that they usually don’t get to talk about.

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CE: It’s a lot easier now that word is getting around. These days we’re fielding incoming calls from elected officials who want to be included.

NW: Do you hope A Starting Point can address the extreme polarization among voters and in government?

CE: The site wasn’t designed to try and promote bipartisanship. This isn’t a therapy session for the left and the right so we can all figure out how to sing kumbaya. It was created to promote engagement with young people. If we don’t get more young people to vote we’ll never get a government that accurately reflects who we are as a country. We felt the best way to fight apathy and promote engagement is to show the full spectrum of opinions that are out there. A lot of those opinions are different from mine, but I wanted to keep that out of it and let young people decide for themselves.

MK: The two parties seem to shape the narratives we hear on different media outlets. We wanted officials to talk to us about the issues without the narratives.

CE: Young people can detect journalistic spin as well as anyone can. Our guiding principle—and I think it’s pretty unique to us—is that we provide this information in a completely unbiased way. The content comes directly from elected officials. Mark had a fantastic idea about our doing profiles of different officials, but I was immediately wary, because it would be hard to do that without letting our own opinions affect how we do them. That could be in part because I am so politically vocal on social media, and I want to make sure that I never let that infiltrate this site. I was really worried that we were going to be branded as some sort of a leftist propaganda machine, that there was some sort of a liberal agenda. But that hasn’t happened at all.

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