staff / April 28th, 2011

Chris Evans can’t stop wondering – what it would be like if you were a man lost in time? It’s a mental exercise that began on the London set of “Captain America: The First Avenger,” the film that reaches theaters on July 22 with a World War II setting and the tricky challenge of winning over young Internet-era audiences with a story of the radio-days past.

“A great story is a great story no matter when it’s set,” said Evans, the 29-year-old actor who will wear the red, white and blue costume of a comic-book character that dates to 1941 and was shown punching Adolf Hitler on the cover of his first newsstand issue.

For the screen, the core mythology of the hero’s origin remains in place: Steve Rogers (Evans), a sickly young man deemed unfit for combat duty, volunteers for a secret experiment that transforms him into the first of a “super solider” army — but a Nazi spy kills the scientist (Stanley Tucci) before the process can be duplicated. With his compatriot James “Bucky” Buchanan (Sebastian Stan), the hero fights the good fight against Axis foes such as the Red Skull (Hugo Weaving) and Arnim Zola (Toby Jones).

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staff / April 27th, 2011

I added tons of new photos of Chris Evans to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look.

Gallery Links:
On the Set of ‘Captain America’ (April 23rd, 2011)
Tribeca Film Festival 2011 Portrait Studio – Day 2
10th Annual Tribeca Film Festival – “Puncture” – After Party
Premiere Of “Puncture” At The 2011 Tribeca Film Festival
USA Weekend Shoot (April 2011)

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staff / April 26th, 2011

“Captain America” superhero Chris Evans told the reporters that the body transformation in the movie is real. It was rumored after the release of the official trailer of “Captain America” that the skinny boy in the movie is not Chris Evans himself, but some skinny guy with Evan’s head put on top if it through a computer trick.

Evan told the reporters that he had to go through many tests and exercises to shrink his body. He added that although director Joe JohnsonJoe Johnson apparently insisted on using another skinny actor, he rejected the proposal. Evan wanted his performance to play the key part in the movie.

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staff / April 26th, 2011

In a recent interview with USA Weekend, Captain America: The First Avenger star Chris Evans revealed that the star-spangled superhero will have a theme song in the movie.

“There is a Captain America song, but I don’t sing it,” Evans said. “The U.S. government won’t allow me to go to war because it’s too risky and they can’t afford to lose me, but they use me as a propaganda tool and they send me on a USO Tour. So there’s a whole Captain America song, and they try to make him a little bit of a celebrity to try and sell bonds. There is a Captain America song, and there was a week of shooting, and I had that song in my head. I couldn’t stop humming it! It was so annoying. But it’s a funny sequence actually.”

Captain America: The First Avenger also stars Hugo Weaving, and Tommy Lee Jones, and is set to release on July 22, 2011. [Source]

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staff / April 26th, 2011

You would think that after having already starred in one big-budgeted Marvel Comics adaptation that actor Chris Evans would be comfortable with the kind of media attention that such movies generate. However, Evans recently revealed to USA Weekend that the attention he received as Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch, in the Fantastic Four was “nothing close” to the scrutiny he is under now as the headliner of Captain America: The First Avenger and that he isn’t comfortable with the added responsibility and constant media attention. In fact, he almost turned down the role because of it.

Filming is one thing, but all movies are relatively similar. The work comes in the form of press. You go all over the world and you don’t sleep and it’s just answering a lot of the same questions thousands of times and trying to promote this thing you’ve worked on so hard. … This movie is a lot of that—it’s gonna be a lot of press. I have a little bit of an anxiety issue. I wasn’t making whatever movie I wanted to make – you still have to struggle—but I was very happy, very content, with what I was doing. I’d make a movie every now and then and I’ve made a good living and I got to do what I loved and I managed to stay out of the public eye, and I was very happy. This was one of those things where it was like, “Alright, if you do this, there’s really no off switch. There’s no rewind. You’ve got to make sure you’re ready and that you really, really want this.” A lot of times, people only see the good part and they forget how tricky it can be. For some reason, I only saw the bad. When I first got offered the movie, I just only saw the negatives and ran from it.

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staff / April 13th, 2011

The cover of the upcoming weekend edition of USA was teased via TwitPic and it reveals the stars of Marvel Studios’ latest comic book superheroes to come to life on the big screen, Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth as the title characters in Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor. Though they are not in costume, they are posing with their characters’ trademark weapons—Cap’s star-spangled shield and Thor’s mighty hammer, Mjolnir—and this is the first publicity shot of the pair posing together since they took the stage at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con in Marvel’s announcement of the full cast of next year’s super-team movie, The Avengers.

The first of Marvel’s pair of superhero movies to debut this summer is Academy Award-winning director Kenneth Branagh’s (Hamlet) Thor adaptation. Written by Ashley Edward Miller, Zack Stentz, Don Payne and Mark Protosevich, Thor tells the story of how Asgard’s mightiest warrior, the brash prince Thor (Hemsworth), was stripped of his powers by his father (Academy Award-winner Anthony Hopkins) and cast into exile on Earth. Powerless and very much a fish out of water, Thor discovers love in the arms of a mortal (Academy Award-winner Natalie Portman as Jane Foster) and finds his true calling as the protector of humanity. The impressive cast also includes Jaimie Alexander, Ray Stevenson, Rene Russo, Tadanobu Asano, Kat Dennings, Idris Elba, Joshua Dallas and Tom Hiddleston.

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staff / April 11th, 2011

Chris Evans wishes he had more time to keep in touch with family members and indulge in pursuits such as yoga.

Chris Evans thinks he often suffers from a guilty conscience due to his Irish origins.

The 29-year-old American actor is of both Italian and Irish descent and was raised in a Catholic environment. The religion famously encouraged adherents to confess their sins on a regular basis.

Chris often feels guilty about his behaviour, and can cite a long list of things he feels bad about which include staying in bed too long.

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staff / April 11th, 2011

Chris Evans tries to make his co-stars laugh when filming sex scenes, and though they are sometimes awkward, he admits he occasionally has ”too much fun”.

Chris Evans has had “too much fun” shooting sex scenes.

The ‘Captain America’ actor always tries to make his co-stars laugh when shooting intimate moments, but admits filming raunchy footage doesn’t always go well.

He said: “It depends on the person. I’ve done bedroom scenes where the other person isn’t comfortable and it’s tricky.

“I try to make people laugh. You have to laugh or you’ll cry. But yeah, some of those scenes have been awkward. But then again, some have been way too much fun.”

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