staff / December 24th, 2016

Hello!

Just a small message to wish you all Happy Holidays!! This year wasn’t good to me. I am sick and unemployed and making fansites was like a therapy for me. Thanks to all the fans that I am knowing and thanks to all the visitors. You all made me happy.

I am going to think on what I want to do with this site the next year. I am spending a lot of money buying stuff and I can’t. Also, remember that you can help to this site to get some great suff, just go to donate, every little bit helps.

Trying the best with this site the next year. Any comments, suggestions…will be more than appreciated.

Make all your dreams come true and enjoy this season. May the blessings of this season fill your heart with peace, love and laughter. Happy Holiday season.

Anne

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staff / December 18th, 2016

For the second year in a row, Captain America saves the bottom line. Chris Evans is once again the best actor for the buck as his movies returned an average $135.80 at the box office for every $1 he was paid.

Thanks to his modest-paying titular roles in Marvel’s top-grossing Captain America flicks, Evans leads this year’s ranking of Hollywood’s best investments ahead of Chris Pratt ($125.40 return for every $1 paid). Pratt has benefited from the sizeable box office tallies of monster hits such as Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy to earn a formidable return ratio. His comparatively low pay for films negotiated before the Parks and Recreation actor was a silver screen star aid his ROI.

To compile our rundown of Hollywood’s Best Actors For The Buck, we used earnings estimates from our Celebrity 100 list. We looked at the last three films each actor starred in before June 2016 (the end of our Celebrity 100 scoring period). We did not include animated films, movies where the actor appeared in a very small role, or movies that were released on fewer than 2,000 screens.

We then deducted the estimated production budget from the global box office for each film (using numbers from Box Office Mojo and other sources) to come up with a limited definition of each movie’s operating income. We added together the estimated total compensation for each star on the three movies and the operating income from each movie and then divided the total operation income by total pay to come up with the final return on investment number.

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staff / September 27th, 2016

I added the new photoshoot that Chris Evans did for W Magazine (October 2016). 2 HQ photos have been added. If you take the pics, please, credit this site.

Gallery Link:
2016 Photoshoots & Professional > Photoshoot #005

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staff / September 27th, 2016

Finally, I got my W Magazine (October 2016) issue and I added the scan of Chris Evans to the gallery.

Gallery Link:
W Magazine (October 2016)

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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 / September 12th, 2016

Chris Evans covers new isuue of W Magazine (October 2016). I added the cover to the gallery and the scans and photoshoot will be up soon so, come back to the site to take a look.

Gallery Link:
W Magazine (October 2016)

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staff / August 6th, 2016

Chris Evans speaks onstage at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on August 4, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. Go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

Gallery Link:
Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet – Show

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The only living descendant of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde makes a deal with the dark side.

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