Chris Evans debuted a stunning new look – complete with bristling tache – as he made his debut on Broadway, playing a police officer in the play Lobby Hero.
Evans has played Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, since 2011, when he made his Marvel debut Captain America: The First Avenger, but is planning to hang up his shield next year.
Forbes released its annual highest-paid actors list for 2017 and there are quite a few newcomers on the list. Overall, the list proves that if you star in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you’re set for a while. Ruffalo got a nice payday from his role in the MCU.
Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, and others chime in on the deal that will reunite the Marvel Universe and bring "The Simpsons" alongside Disney princesses.
It wasn't Bruce Willis playing Thanos. It wasn't Tom Holland's Spidey-sense. And it wasn't the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Chris Evans is staying on for the thus-far untitled ‘Avengers 4’, he’s confirmed, which will see him wielding the Captain America shield until 2019. Evans, who first donned the helmet in ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ back in 2011, was originally only signed up to be in six movies for Marvel. Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, he said: “I had six films in my Marvel contract, so I could have said after the third Avengers I was done, but they wanted to make the third and fourth Avengers films as a two-parter,” he said.
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Chris Evans plays Captain America on the big screen, but he feels a patriotic duty to stand up for injustice in real life, too.
If you want to give your movie some bang for its buck, hire Chris Evans. The ‘Captain America’ star has earned the accolade of Forbes’ 10 Best Actors for the Buck for a second year running. Using the metric developed by the magazine, Evans returns $135.80 for ever $1 he is paid. Of course, it massively helped that he featured heavily in mostly money-spinning Marvel movies, including ‘Captain America: Civil War’, which grossed $1.153 billion. Next up on the list is Chris Pratt, who made back $125.40 for every $1 paid, thanks to roles in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and ‘Jurassic World’. Scarlett Johansson came in third ($88.60), then Mila Kunis ($49.50), and then Vin Diesel ($32). You can see the full top 10 in the slideshow above. The list stands in some stark contrast to this year’s list of most overpaid actors. Find that ignominious top 10 below… 1. Johnny Depp ($2.80) 2. Will Smith ($5) 3. Channing Tatum ($6) 4. Will Ferrell ($6.50) 5. George Clooney ($6.70) 6. Adam Sandler ($7.60) 7. Mark Wahlberg ($9.20) 8. Leonardo DiCaprio ($9.90) 9. Julia Roberts ($10.80) 10. Bradley Cooper ($12.10) Read More: Horror movies to look out for in 2017 Ryan Reynolds wants a Wolverine/Deadpool movie Spider-Man Homecoming: full trailer
The lingering shirtless scene has become a trademark in Marvel’s movies and TV shows, and why not? Their leading men sacrifice cream cakes and booze in favour of gruelling gym sessions and infinite ab crunches to gain Marvel’s signature chiselled frames. But not all actors start out looking like a mythical god, so let’s take a look back at Marvel’s leading men before and after their magnificent makeovers.
The Hollywood Reporter delves into the secret economy of the fan convention circuit, where popular actors can walk away with six-figure payments from one or two days’ work
Extremely unlikely to have hidden at the back of the class for much longer, the folks behind Honest Trailers have taken aim at the box office-busting ‘Captain America: Civil War’.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Chris Evans’ new series of ‘Top Gear’ is set to be the most controversial programme to ever grace your TV, judging by the almost daily stories emerging about its supposedly 'troubled’ route to our living rooms. You either love Chris Evans or you hate him. Feeding into the whole marmite business is the fact that Evans is being accused of bullying – exactly what Jeremy Clarkson was fired for, which makes for a bit of a perfect storm in terms of tabloid column inches.
The stars were out in force for the UK premiere of ‘Captain America: Civil War’, in cinemas Friday, but it was Elizabeth Olsen who stole the show with her plunging neckline that seemed to catch the attention of Cap himself.
During the MTV Movie Awards, "Captain America" star Chris Evans was on hand to debut some new footage from Marvel’s latest movie, "Captain America: Civil War."
When it came to questions about who was fighting on whose side, no one was talking. Not the actors, not the directors, not the writers, not the producers, not the cooks at craft services. But as soon as we left the air-conditioned comforts of Atlanta’s Pinewood Studios offices for an open-air lot baking in the Georgia sun, the dueling factions were there for us to behold firsthand.