Chris Evans almost refused to take on the role of Captain America. The actor has spoken about it several times in recent years. Playing Steve Rogers on the big screen has changed Evans' life, as he recently reported in an interview about his experiences with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The interview contains a brand new image from Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter during their fairytale ending at the end of Avengers: Endgame .
MCU fans loved to watch Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers receive their dance in Avengers: Endgame . It had taken a long time for the two characters. As the story had to end for Rogers, Chris Evans knew it always had to be about Peggy. Evans had this to say when he was asked what luck looks like to Rogers.
"What does happiness look like in Steve's third act? It always felt like Peggy Carter needed to be involved, Peggy's home for Steve and that's why, in many ways, this movie ( Captain America: The First Avenger ), this original character, for me is a kind of home, so I will always see him, he was and always will be this little guy for me, that's who (cap) is. "
Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. both pointed out the MCU after the Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame to leave. Both actors had been there for a long time and felt it was time to move on before being asked to leave. But Evans admits he will never forget his time in the MCU and values her for many different reasons. When the actor talks about Steve Rogers, he says, "I love him, there is no other way to express it." He explains.
"You are trying to have a deep attachment to all the roles you play in. I would like to believe there will be more meaningful connections in the roles I choose (in the future), but I doubt it That there will be one who has the pop culture footprint Captain America from the Avengers, I'm my family, we had so many wonderful moments together, it's such a blessing, how good we are It's so rare to really really connect and click as we all do. "
The The original six Avengers are all family thanks to the MCU. Five out of six of them have matching Avengers tattoos. Mark Ruffalo is the only one who has not got one, and he probably will not. When Evan first saw Endgame he was amazed that everything worked together. "There are a million and one way the whole thing could go wrong, and it did not, and that's amazing," the actor said when asked if he wanted to see the movie. The Final Days of the Film Avengers: Endgame were difficult for the entire cast and crew Chris Evans previously talked about. Evans had the following to say:
"I was emotional on the last day of shooting The days are long Years are short, and you look back and think, "I was so close …" It's as if I had said almost no Sliding Doors .That was an almost different journey for me Lucky to agree to not realize any of my fears, I met people who will be my best friends, my family for life, I was part of a pop culture phenomenon, not in my wildest dreams would I have thought that would happen would. "
Avengers: Endgame was also an emotional movie for MCU fans. It was not easy to see Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter dancing, and it was not easy to make the ultimate sacrifice for Tony Stark and Natasha Romanoff. Regardless, the movie is likely to be rated as one of the MCU's best movies after the dust settles. You can see the new image of Steve and Peggy below, thanks to Variety .
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