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I have updated the gallery with a new photoshoot Chris did recently for Modern Weekly China. Check them out, I’m in love with these photos!

Chris attended the Salt Lake Comic Con yesterday, September 26th! I have added some photos from the con to the gallery!

I have updated the gallery with photos of Chris attending Fila Commercial Activity in Shanghai, China on September 17th to the gallery!

THEWRAP.COM – Tate Taylor is directing the movie, which will star Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson and Haley Bennett

Comic book movie stars Chris Evans and Jared Leto are being sought to play the male leads in “The Girl on the Train” at DreamWorks, TheWrap has learned.

Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson and Haley Bennett are set to star in Tate Taylor‘s adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ bestselling book.
Both actors would have to overcome major scheduling obstacles, but if their deals make, Evans would play Ferguson’s husband, Tom, while Leto would play Bennett’s husband, Scott.

Blunt stars as Rachel, who fantasizes during her daily commute about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until she sees something shocking happen there one morning and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.
Ferguson will play Anna, who is married to Rachel’s ex-husband (Evans). Bennett will play Megan, a married neighbor who goes missing.

Erin Cressida Wilson wrote the script for the film, which is being produced by Marc Platt. Executive producers include Jared LeBoff and Celia Costas.

Leto will soon be seen as the Joker in “Suicide Squad,” while Evans will reprise his titular role in “Captain America: Civil War.”

Chris attended the Los Angeles premiere of “Before We Go” yesterday, September 2nd. I have updated the gallery with over 300 high quality photos from the premiere!

I have updated the gallery with some additional outtakes Chris did for FILA Lookbook. You can also check out a behind the scenes video from the shoot below.

People.com – Beneath the muscles and the machismo of Captain America, there’s a softer side to Chris Evans – at least according to the actor himself.

“I’m a pretty romantic guy,” Evans, 34, told PEOPLE at the premiere of his directorial debut, Before We Go, in Hollywood on Wednesday night.

“I don’t necessarily limit the notion of romance to people, though. I think I have a romantic relationship to art, to music, to nature,” added Evans.

With that in mind, he also revealed the most romantic thing he’s ever done for someone – even if that someone was himself: “I went camping once for three weeks by myself, which is very romantic,” he told reporters. “It’s true. It was very romantic, but maybe not in the conventional sense.”

The first-time director also stars in the film as a trumpet player who spends one night with a stranger who may or may not be the love of his life.

“It’s two people who are somewhat damaged and find some peace in the arms of a stranger. I think that sometimes that’s the best place to go,” Evans said. “Sometimes you can really spill your guts when you’re talking to someone who has no judgment.”

Through the years, Evans has been linked to many actresses, including Jessica Biel, Minka Kelly, Sandra Bullock and, most recently, Lily Collins. But hints that right now he’s simply married to his movie.

“Oh God, I couldn’t even think about my own life,” said Evans when asked if he’s ready to stop playing the field and settle down. “I had no life during this movie. This movie was all about the movie and that was it.”

EW.com – All-star Marvel movie Captain America: Civil War isn’t due in theaters until May 6, 2016, but Chris Evans is already excited and talking it up.

The titular star and costar Anthony Mackie (Falcon) spoke with EW and People at last week’s Disney D23 Expo. The pair flew in from Germany, where the project is shooting, and Evans relayed why this one has a different vibe to it.

“A majority of the Marvel films, it’s clear to know who’s right and who’s wrong,” Evans says. “This is one of the first movies where it’s parallel to the arguments, I think, we have in life where nobody’s right, nobody’s wrong. It’s just a matter of opinion.”

Opinions will divide fans, as Civil War is slated to pit the Avengers against each other.

Watch the full interview above and learn what each actor thinks of the other’s superpowers and Mackie’s thoughts on flying around as Falcon.

The film about a man (Evans) who tries to raise the brilliant young daughter of his dead sister will shoot in the fall.

Chris Evans has signed on to star in Marc Webb’s next directorial outing, Gifted.

The Fox Searchlight film about a man (Evans) who tries to raise the brilliant young daughter of his dead sister will shoot in the fall.

Tom Flynn (Highboys and Lowboys) wrote the screenplay. FilmNation is selling international rights to the film.

Gifted marks Webb’s first film since 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which did not receive a third outing after disappointing reviews and so-so box-office. He previously made the critically acclaimed (500) Days of Summer for Searchlight.

Evans and Webb are repped by CAA.

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