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Yesterday, Chris attended the 2017 DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night Concert in Houston, Texas. He was seen with his Marvel co-star, Jeremy Renner. The gallery has been updated with 35 high quality photos from the event!

Yesterday, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and a group consisting of athletes and musicians visited the İncirlik Air Base in Turkey. They visited the base as part of an event organized by the United Service Organization (USO) to boost morale of U.S. troops ahead of Christmas. I have added a few photos of Chris from his appearance to the gallery.

Back on Saturday (December 03), Chris attended a special screening of Nocturnal Animals in New York. You can check out a few HQ from the screening in the gallery.

Yesterday (August 04), Chris spoke on stage at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet with Aaron Taylor-Johnson. I have added HQ photos from his appearance to the gallery! Enjoy!

Yesterday (July 31), Chris attended the Teen Choice Awards. The gallery has been updated with high quality photos from the awards! Chris won for Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Captain America: Civil War won Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Congrats! You can watch Chris’ acceptance speech below.

Chris attended the New York premiere of The Secret Life of Pets earlier today. The gallery has been updated with 10 high quality photos. Hopefully we’ll get some more photos soon!

Yesterday (June 04), Chris attended Day 3 of the Wizard World Comic Con Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Check out high quality photos from the con in our gallery. Chris will be attending again today!

I have added three high quality photos of Chris attending the Billboard Music Awards Kick-Off Party At Intrigue Nightclub in Las Vegas yesterday to the gallery!

Yesterday (May 04), The Cinema Society with Audi & FIJI hosted a screening of “Captain America: Civil War” at Brookfield Place in New York City. The gallery has been updated with high quality photos from the screening!

NY DAILY NEWS – As off-screen do-gooders go, Captain America takes the cake.

Actor Chris Evans, star of “Captain America: Civil War,” surprised a packed Manhattan movie theater full of young volunteers Wednesday night for a special New York Daily News/Disney charity screening of his new movie.

And he even led the audience in serenading a soon-to-be-13-year-old good Samaritan with a rousing “Happy Birthday” — while toting a superhero-themed cupcake and Captain America toys for every kid in the theater, courtesy of the movie studio.

“Knowing that the role, though demanding and though heavy with responsibility, you get that type of reaction and it’s all worth it,” Evans told the Daily News immediately after exiting the theater.

It reminded him of the time he met his idol, Hulk Hogan, and got an action figure signed as a child.

“I feel like I am those kids screaming,” he said. “Because I remember what it was like when I was a kid. When things really drove me wild.”

The screening honored a pair of charities that encourage kids to volunteer. GenerationOn, the youth services division of Points of Light, inspires, equips and mobilizes kids to improve the world through volunteer services in their communities.

“It’s really great to see someone of his standing interested in this stuff, because it makes people see what needs to be done. … Wow, Captain America believes in this? We should too,” said Eden Duncan-Smith, a 16-year-old volunteer with Generation On.

CelebrateU, founded by a pair of teens, organizes birthday parties for less-fortunate kids in shelters.

“We were really excited to come to the movie in the first place, and we had no idea he was going to be there,” said Chase Cauder, 16, cofounder of CelebrateU. “And when he came out we were like wow.”

On Wednesday, the tables were turned on one of that organization’s volunteers. Archie Silverstein, who turns 13 this month, was himself feted. He had recently donated his Bar Mitzvah gift money to the charity.

“It was pretty awesome to see a guy I admire so much come out of nowhere and wish me a happy birthday. It was so insane. I had no idea,” said Silverstein.

In “Captain America: Civil War,” opening late Thursday, Evans reprises his role as the star-spangled hero, facing off against his most dangerous foe — his old Avengers teammate Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) — over a push to bring superheroes under the government’s control.

But before the lights dimmed, Evans put the spotlight on the assembled kids, thanking them for helping to make the world a better place without CGI superpowers or stunt doubles.

“It’s a cool thing to think you might have a place in one of their chapters of their childhood,” said Evans.