Recalling his first time donning the uniform of Cap, the Human Torch in ‘Fantastic Four’ confesses he felt nervous before feeling so in love with it that he would ‘never want to take it off.’
Chris Evans has recently wrapped the production of “Captain America: The First Avenger”. Sitting down with Superhero Hype, the Steve Rogers of the superhero movie admitted he loves the costume of the super soldier so much that he does not want to remove it.
Recalling what he felt when he wore the uniform for the first time, the “Fantastic Four” hunk confessed he was nervous. He said, “I was like, ‘am I going to feel good about this, or is my body going to reject this? Too late’.” But, as he actually put it on, he felt “fantastic. I love it. I never want to take it off.”
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An informative — and really awesome! — new featurette for Marvel Studios’ latest comic book adaptation, Captain America: The First Avenger, has been released online, courtesy of Norton. The new featurette, titled “Behind the Shield,” details the history of Captain America’s (played by Chris Evans in the movie) iconic, indestructible circular shield, from its origins in the Marvel Comic books on which the movie is based, to its brief “cameo” in Iron Man, right up to its design and construction for The First Avenger, with commentary from Marvel Comics creators, as well as those involved with bringing Cap to the big screen. On top of all of that, the featurette also includes some never-before-seen footage from the set, including snippets of scenes being shot involving Cap in full costume fighting the Nazi agents of HYDRA!
The hunky 29-year-old actor – who plays the titular superhero in the ‘Captain America’ movie – is losing his hair and is worried people won’t take his character seriously if he is bald in the planned sequels.
He told E! news: “I have no problem saying this, but I’m losing my hair.
“The fear is this [role] can span 10 years so I can be doing this character until I’m 40. I’m supposed to be like this superior human. He can’t be balding. How horrible would it be if this superior man has male pattern baldness?”
Although he can’t control his hair loss, Chris revealed he is a gym addict and feels like “s**t” if he doesn’t work out almost every day.
He said: “It’s a lot more than I’d like it to be, but you know, if I miss three or four days, I feel like s**t.
“Last year, I got into running and I was like, ‘I’m going to start running’ and then I would run on the treadmill and feel great. But I’ll get too thin. I lose weight so quickly.” [Source]
“Captain America: The First Avenger” will be hitting theaters next month, and star Chris Evans still hasn’t seen the final product. What he has seen impresses him, though — but he’s careful not to weigh in on the final product too early.
“I’ve seen quite a good amount [of the movie],” Evans told MTV News.
After we pointed out that he seemed pretty confident about the movie, the actor joked about the difficulty of balancing his impressions of the film and public perception.
“You seem like an arrogant dick,” he joked about himself.
Showing that he’s not actually arrogant about it, Evans confessed to being a little nervous, especially since he hasn’t seen what the movie will look like in the end.
“You know, I like what I saw,” he said. “I like everything I’ve seen. But, you know, I’m always apprehensive.”
“Until the movie comes out, until the final product is really cut together, you know, I’m nervous,” he admitted. “But, like I said, everything I’ve seen, I really love.”
“Captain America: The First Avenger” hits theaters on July 22. [Source]
Chris Evans loved feeling like his ”opinion mattered” on the set of ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ when in discussions with the director Joe Johnston.
Chris Evans found ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ one of the “best experiences” he has had on a film.
The hunky star appears as the titular character in the highly-anticipated Joe Johnston-directed movie, and his favourite part about shooting was the collaborative process it involved.
He said: “This was one of the best experiences I’ve had working with a director to date.
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