In an interview with People Magazinethe star Chris Evans, from The Avengers, gave more details about the beginning of his participation in the MCU🇧🇷 According to him, accepting the role of Captain America was the “best choice” of his life and the experience of participating in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, right after playing the Human Torch in Fantastic Four, was really challenging.
On other occasions, Evans brought information about his long admissions process in Kevin Feige’s franchise. Afraid of becoming famous and giving up privacy, he turned down the hero role countless times and tried to be convinced by Robert Downey Jr., who was already Iron Man at the time🇧🇷 John Krasinski (“A Quiet Place”) nearly took over the character in his place, but the star eventually relented in 2010.
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“An initial risk was saying yes to Captain America. I said no to that a few times and I was really nervous about taking the job, but it turned out to be the best decision of my life. I can’t even imagine what my life would be like without it, so it was. a big risk that paid off,” says Evans.
“Oh my God, you’d be a real idiot if you didn’t. You get paid to take care of yourself and I mean, this is like what you do as a kid. You run around your backyard and pretend to be a comic book character, so It’s been one of the greatest joys of my life to be able to dive in and prepare for these films.”
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After leaving the MCU, about three years ago, he remains targeted in Hollywood and integrates high-budget projects such as hidden agentfrom Netflix, and lightyear, by Pixar. Additionally, Evans recently joined Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on a Prime Video exclusive project and the recently announced Project Artemisfrom Apple TV, where he will star with actress Scarlett Johansson (Avengers: Endgame🇧🇷