Chris Evans talks about his civic engagement site A Starting Point and why he wants to give elected officials a bipartisan platform to explain and debate policy.
Paul Rudd (“Living With Yourself”) and Chris Evans (“Defending Jacob”) join Variety Studio’s Actors on Actors #AtHome where the two Marvel alum discuss their time as superheroes on the billion dollar franchise and transitioning from the big screen for TV.
“Defending Jacob” star Chris Evans joins Variety Live! #AtHome where he shares all of his thoughts surrounding the Apple TV series and its dramatic season finale, which aired May 29.
Chris Evans talks about the terrible haircut he gave his dog, brushing up on tap dancing, his cable-knit sweater obsession and why he’s supporting Christopher’s Haven during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chris Evans and his brother Scott tackle a sibling version of the Couples Challenge, answering questions about each other’s quarantine behavior by pointing with their eyes closed to test how well they know each other.
Chris Evans on “Emotional” Last Day of ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ ‘Captain America’ Costume and More | Fishing for Answers
Yesterday (April 23), Chris visited Late Night With Seth Meyers. He talked about his current broadway show, Lobby Hero as well as his upcoming film Avengers: Infinity War. Later, Chris brought out his brother Scott to do a little game to see how well they know each other.
Check out photos of Chris’ appearance in the gallery as well as interview clips below.
THE GUARDIAN – In family drama Gifted, Captain America star Chris Evans is caught up in a very different battle to his usual superhero smackdowns. He plays Frank, uncle and guardian to Mary, a prodigiously talented seven-year-old. When Frank’s estranged mother tries to take Mary to live with her and get special tutoring, a vicious custody fight ensues. Evans talks about what motivates his character, and the larger conflicts currently dividing America.
Gifted is released in UK cinemas on Friday
RTE – Avengers star Chris Evans has told RTÉ Entertainment that he does not know if he would be interested in reprising his superhero role as Captain America ten years down the line for a gritty movie in the vein of Hugh Jackman’s recent X-Men spin-off Logan.
Evans, who is back on Irish cinema screens from this weekend in the family drama Gifted, is due to finish up his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the two-part Avengers: Infinity War in April 2018 and April 2019.
Asked by RTÉ Entertainment if returning as an older, wearier Captain America was part of his career plan, Evans admitted that it was “tough to say for sure”.
“I mean, I love the character,” he continued. “I love my time in the Marvel world. And Marvel is certainly the ‘Midas touch machine’ – everything they do is quality.
“So I would never question whether or not it would be of a calibre that I would be interested in. My creative appetites kind of change with the tides, so who knows what I’ll be feeling down the road.”
Gifted has been described as Kramer-vs-Kramer-meets-Good Will Hunting and follows Evans’ odd job man Frank as he battles to raise pint-sized genius Mary (Mckenna Grace) as a normal child.
When put to Evans that the film feels very much like an actor looking to life after Marvel, he replied: “That’s never the intention. I don’t really approach my career in terms of how I’m perceived or what people will expect of me. I follow my creative appetite – whatever I feel like pursuing that’s what I pursue.”