Chris Evans uncovered he was “uncertain” about taking up the job of Captain America in the MCU. He likewise had an awful involvement with a Marvel hero previously (Human Torch in Fantastic Four and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer).
Chris Evans, the other name of the Cap
Evans playing Captain America
Chris Evans was most recently seen as Captain America in Avengers: Endgame.
Chris Evans assumed the job of Captain America once and for all in Avengers: Endgame prior this year. While he may conceivably show up in visitor jobs as the equitable and devoted hero, he will never again feature a motion picture.
Evans is loved as seen on-screen
About everybody who has seen Evans as Cap is enamoured with the on-screen character’s presentation. Be that as it may, the on-screen character uncovered he was “anxious” about taking up the job. He additionally had a terrible involvement with a Marvel hero previously (Human Torch in Fantastic Four and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer).
“…went because I was very apprehensive..”
Chris Evans talks about therapy
During a meeting led around the arrival of Captain America: The First Avenger, Evans stated, “I went [to therapy] because I was very apprehensive about taking the movie, I was nervous about the lifestyle change, about the commitment. You know, it’s six movies that can last ten years. I love making movies, but I’m not dead set on being a gigantic movie star. I like to have the option to walk away if I want, with a six picture deal, you can’t walk away.
He added, “I also like having anonymity, I’ve managed to work and kind of stay under the radar. You know, I’m not on top of everyone’s list, and I can’t make any movie I want. I can make some and I make a decent living, but I can still go to a ballgame or Disney world. Losing that and having to change my lifestyle was just terrifying. I said no the first few times because I was scared to do it. The more I spoke to people about it though, the more they said that I couldn’t make a decision based on fear.”
Evans said that he continued denying the job however the executives at Marvel Studios were unyielding. “When I finally agreed to do it, I needed to fix my brain and find out why I was so scared so I went to therapy. It’s not like there were giant breakthroughs in the therapy either, it was just nice talking,” he said.