Christy / January 11th, 2018

OMG, Captain America thinks he’s a dork! (and other things he told us on Thirst Aid Kit)

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staff / September 15th, 2016

From Not Another Teen Movie to his upcoming Gifted, the actor best known as Captain America talks about his rise in Hollywood.

Chris Evans’ start in Hollywood wasn’t so auspicious. From his infamous scene in Not Another Teen Movie to playing “Harvard Hottie” in The Nanny Diaries, starring his future co-star Scarlett Johansson, he’s enjoyed a slow burn rise to the top. “I’m glad that I didn’t you know come out of the gates with the first thing being some huge critically-acclaimed success. It’s been very nice and educational,” he says. For the past five years, he’s been known to us as Captain America, one of the most classic roles in the Marvel universe, which is why it made sense to pair him with a new arrival to the superhero genre, Chiwetel Ejiofor, in our annuals Royals package. Here, he talks about his rise in Hollywood, from the his very first part in high school to his roles in the cult-favorite Snowpiercer and the upcoming Gifted.

Tell me the first thing you ever auditioned for. How old were you? I must have been 12 or something. Maybe my first audition ever was a school play, a play called Crazy Camp. And it was in sixth grade. And, well, I didn’t get the lead; I played the supporting lead, which was just as good. I ended up dating one of the more popular girls as a result, and then the second the play was over, she dumped me. And I learned then the power of getting a good role.

And did you get the bug as well, aside from the girl? I did. It was a lot of fun. It was something that I took to it very easily. It just felt very comfortable, very natural. My older sister did it, so seeing her do it, and anything she did, we wanted to copy. So it just felt natural, and there was a bunch of local community theaters so I just started doing plays year-round. At that point it was still a hobby. I still kind of had my sights set on being an artist. I was big into drawing, painting. I really liked animation. You know part of me kind of wanted to work for Disney or Pixar. Well I guess Pixar really hadn’t been flushed out at the time. You know I remember when Beauty and the Beast came out in theaters, it was the first time they had started to incorporate computers, and it was just a really cool thing, and I remember thinking ‘I’ll never not like cartoons’ [laughs], and this is just a great format for really unique storytelling. And I loved Fantasia. And so at the time it was much more about art. Then at some point in high school, it started to become a little more focused on acting, and by senior year I had committed. That’s the good thing about doing community theater. The ratio of guy to girl is drastically imbalanced, so you have a much greater chance of getting a good part.

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staff / February 5th, 2016

Valentine’s Day has come early, friends. Only unlike the couple who will inevitably begin macking in front of you in the drugstore line, you won’t want to force your eyes away from this PDA: Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans’ sultry ad for Gucci’s new Gucci Guilty Eau fragrances.

We caught up with the actors and asked each of them to reveal some fun fragrance-related facts about themselves, like which scent reminds of them of their first love (hint: Victoria’s Secret is involved). First, watch the steamy campaign video below, which was directed by famed director-producer Frank Miller (Sin City and 300? Both his work). Then defog your screen, and read on for more good times with the two.

Lipstick: We do Dos & Don’ts around here, so first thing’s first, tell us: Is wearing fragrance to bed a Do or a Don’t?

Evan Rachel Wood: I think it’s a Do! I usually do, and I also spray it all over the air in the bedroom. If there’s anywhere that should smell like you and have your staple on it, it’s your bedroom. Especially because fragrance is so tied to memory. If anybody is visiting your room, then all they’re going to smell is you, and they’ll forever be reminded of you when they smell that again. It’s a cool way to leave a memory.

Lipstick: What’s your favorite memory from the shoot?

Chris Evans: Working with Evan. It was the first time I met her, and we hit it off right away. We’re very similar people. We were shooting in Italy and just had a ball.

ERW: The whole thing was fun. But one of my favorite moments was after we were done. Chris popped a bottle of champagne into the director’s face! Everyone was laughing. 

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staff / September 5th, 2015

Nowadays, it’s easy to see that for most actors contemplating a role in a Marvel Studios movie, the decision is a quick one. But back when the studio was first starting, there was hesitance and even a degree of patronization for this comic-book/entertainment company thinking they were going to produce their own movies. Clearly things worked out well, as president Kevin Feige guided the company to an unprecedented inter-connected universe plan and record-setting box office, but one actor who was famously wavering over whether to join the MCU early on was Chris Evans.

The actor was highly hesitant to join the project before eventually signing on to lead Captain America: The First Avenger, and when Steve recently sat down with Evans in anticipation of his directorial debut Before We Go (in theaters and VOD September 4th), the actor confirmed that while his current Marvel contract only runs through Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1 and Part 2, he’s more than happy to extend his stay:

“Listen, if Marvel wants me they got me. I’ve never had such a relationship where you have such—I mean look at my resume, I’m used to being on set being like, ‘Ah is this movie gonna be terrible?’ Marvel just can’t stop making great movies, they do it in their sleep. It’s wonderful directors and producers and actors and scripts, and it’s like a playground as an actor.”

Evans went on to candidly address his initial reluctance to sign on for The First Avenger:

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staff / April 10th, 2014

While Chris Evans is known for his work in front of the camera, in the near future we’re going to be able to see what he can do behind the camera. Late last year, Evans directed his first movie, 1:30 Train, and he’s currently in post-production finishing it up. The indie pic is about two people (played by Evans and Alice Eve) who meet in a train station and share a night of romantic adventures before the woman must catch the next train back to New York.

The day after I spoke to Evans about Captain America: The Winter Solider, I landed a bit of time to talk about his directorial debut. He talked about filming in New York City, where he’s at in the editing process, test screenings, how he initially envisioned using only a soundtrack but changed his mind and decided to use a score, if he should try and premiere the film at the Sundance Film Festival or the Toronto International Film Festival, how he wants to direct his next film this August (after Avengers: Age of Ultron wraps), and what kinds of projects he wants to focus on. Hit the jump for what he had to say.

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staff / March 31st, 2014

Actor committed to fulfilling Marvel contract then wants to focus on directing

There’s no escaping Captain America — especially for the actor behind the blue mask. That’s not just a career assessment. It’s a physical reality. To gear up as the iconic Marvel superhero, Chris Evans, the star of the upcoming “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” once again dons his trademark patriotic suit, which requires the actor to wear a snug latex undergarment that keeps the uniform from clinging to his sculpted muscles.

Given the confines of the zip-from-the-back costume, Evans jokes that there’s one thing audiences won’t see Captain America do — head to the bathroom. “Not to get too graphic,” he says, “but you’d better hope you’re on a nice schedule in that thing. There are all these zippers and buttons.” And he only sheds the suit with the help of a wardrobe entourage. “You could fight all day; you’re not getting out of it.”

The same could be said of the ironclad six-movie deal Evans signed when he joined the Marvel universe in 2010 as mild-mannered Steve Rogers, who becomes the supernatural shielded crusader — the original Avenger. He’s completed three films as the character, including the 2011 “Captain America” origins story and last summer’s blockbuster hit “The Avengers,” which grossed $1.5 billion worldwide. Evans heads to London to shoot “Avengers 2” alongside superhero pals Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) after his press tour for the April 4 release of “The Winter Soldier,” in which Johansson also appears.

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staff / March 31st, 2014

The star, who can’t seem to keep his hands on his shades, chatted with PEOPLE this week about “one last thing” …

Last time I watched the sun set
I watch in L.A. almost every day at my house. Last time I saw the sun rise, it was not from waking up but probably from being up way too late! I take the time to watch; you have to. That’s where you unplug, decompress and recharge.

Last sport I played
There’s a big game I play with my buddies called soccer tennis. It’s on a tennis court with a soccer ball but essentially the concept of volleyball, and you can only use your feet. It’s very addicting.

Last thing I misplaced
Oh man. My sunglasses. Most things I’m pretty good with, and my phone doesn’t leave my side. But my sunglasses, I’ll find them in, like, the refrigerator. I wish I had a tape of when my hand just chooses to let go of them. My brain just decides to open my hand randomly and says, “You will never find these later.”

Last restaurant I loved
Craig’s in L.A. I just had a really good chicken parmesan. It almost looked like a pizza. It was this giant circle of chicken with cheese, it was delicious! [Source]

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staff / September 14th, 2012

What you’re about to read is a conversation between two exhausted human beings, both of whom have participated in one too many interviews during the Toronto International Film Festival. One of those human beings was Chris Evans, known to fans of “Marvel’s The Avengers” as Captain America. Evans was in Toronto promoting “The Iceman,” a pitch-black biopic of Richard Kuklinski (Michael Shannon), a New Jersey hitman famous for his stone-faced approach to dispatching victims. Evans plays Mr. Freeze, a rival hitman who drives an ice cream truck stocked with cyanide.

When most people think of a film festival in a foreign city, they probably picture leisurely days spent watching great films, having brainy conversations and rubbing shoulders with glamorous stars. And that’s how it is for some people, I imagine. But film festivals have become something of an endurance test for the actors, filmmakers, publicists and journalists whose job is to spread the word about movies that no one outside of a five-mile radius has seen.

The actors have it worst. They rarely get to see any films. They rarely get to leave their hotels. And they have to find ways of being “interesting” without saying anything they’ll regret. As I was waiting for Evans, he was involved in some type of photo shoot across the room, which, from a very tired observer’s standpoint, looked like a miserable experience. Which may help explain why he was drinking from a bottle of Stella Artois when we met. And why he flipped me off.

I interviewed you for “Puncture” once. You were nice.
Oh, good. Well, I became a dick, so get ready.

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