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Chris Evans on playing a man without superpowers

*Chris Evans sat down with a Hollywood Foreign Press reporter to talk about a bunch of different things (Golden Globe campaigning maybe?)

*Talked about his early days as an actor, times he wanted to get out of the industry, his reluctance to play Captain America.

*Wants to get married and have kids (his mom is waiting for more grandkids) but he now that he’s almost 40 he doesn’t really go out to places like bars so he doesn’t know where to meet women(you can come to my house I’m sitting right here!)

*Was offered the lead in the upcoming film The Gray Man but turned it down because he didn’t want to get involved in another action franchise as a lead, but did like the villain role. A short time after he passed on the film the Russo Brothers came back and told him they’d cast Ryan Gosling as the lead if Chris was still interested in playing the villain.

*His dog Dodger is his favorite person and he uses Dodger as an example of where even mistakes in his life led him to right where he was supposed to be cause it led him to adopting Dodger.

*Wants to donate time/involvement to animal and pet rescues

*Really enjoyed the limited series format of Defending Jacob and is looking for a chance to do more limited tv series work.

*Also wants to return to theater stage work again, maybe after he finishes work on The Gray Man

*Not really interested in spending a lot of time in LA anymore, prefers to stay in Massachusetts. Says he’s very appreciative of the fact that he has the financial privilege thanks to the Marvel films to be able to stay on the East Coast and work when projects appeal to him, and knows that not everyone is able to do that.



from Oh No They Didn't!


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