Chris Evans started playing Steve Rogers in 2011 with Captain America: The First Avenger and he quickly became the prot...
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Chris Evans started playing Steve Rogers in 2011 with Captain America: The First Avenger and he quickly became the protagonist of the cult brand along with other actors (in the first stage) like Robert Downey. Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo. When Marvel Studios ended Infinity Saga, Avengers: Endgame, directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, acted as the film to close the journey of a number of core actors, including Chris Evans.
It is known that Chris Evans did not want to accept the role from the beginning and he refused many times although Marvel Studios always insisted they only wanted him. He doesn't want to sign an agreement with another universe, especially after his failure with Fox's Fantastic Four films. After talking with his mother and Downey, the actor finally decided to accompany the character.
Now, a year after Chris Evans officially left the role of Captain America and passed it on to Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) at the end of Endgame, the actor frankly revealed that he had begun to miss it. Specifically, talking to Backstage about his career and his passion for acting, Chris Evans talked about the time he played Captain America in the MCU.
As always, the actor reiterated that he loved his 9-year working experience with Marvel Studios and the feeling of saying goodbye to it. He shared: 'I absolutely love the time I work with Marvel. I missed it (as Captain America) but there's no denying it would be interesting to be free to pursue whatever I want. ' Although sad, but in fact, Chris Evans has been with this role for nearly a decade.
The actor has worked with a lot of people and developed many beautiful friendships. However, Chris Evans also knows that in order to grow, he needs to get out of his comfort zone - start pursuing something new and years of playing Captain America have turned him passive. Like Downey, Evans was tied to the role of the noble hero.
Ever since leaving his classic role, Evans has starred in the famous Rian Johnson movie - Knives Out and Defending Jacob by Apple TV + - both of which have given him very different roles from Captain America. Hopefully in the future, the actor will continue to be more successful.