Fans are pretty excited to watch Chris Evans a.k.a. Captain America in his bearded look in the soon-to-be-released Avengers: Infinity War. The actor himself confirmed that the usually clean-shaven Captain America will make for a dangerous Steve Rogers in the upcoming movie.
In a recent interview with USA Today, Evans talked about his rugged Captain America character in Avengers: Infinity War.
“I don’t think it’s in his nature to be too much of loose cannon, but there’s a lack of formality,” the 36-year-old actor said. “He’s checked all that at the door and he’s gone inside himself for a little while, and as a result, he’s a little irreverent and maybe even a little dangerous.”
After the events of Captain America: Civil War, Steve Rogers is without a country, a team, and a shield. He is so to say leaving a nomadic lifestyle. To recall, Evan’s superhero character had a nasty falling-out with his Avengers teammate Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) in Civil War when Cap stepped up to protect his lifelong best friend Bucky (Sebastian Stan) from Iron Man.
It was revealed that Bucky killed Stark’s parents’ years ago after he was brainwashed into becoming the Hydra assassin Winter Soldier. Steve Rogers’ decision to protect Bucky created a rift between him and Stark which is yet to be sorted out.
During the interview, Evans admitted that this will be for the first time that Cap has lacked structure in his lifestyle.
“He’s such a monastic character and he has such a quotidian approach to his existence,” the actor said. “I imagine when he wakes up in the morning, there is a routine. Part of that is in his nature, part of that is just to keep his sanity, and that all kind of goes out the window a little bit after [Civil War]. You see a guy who doesn’t stop caring but just puts down some of that obligation.”
Although Evans did not spill any beans about his equation with Iron Man in Avengers: Infinity War, he said “just know that is a clearly important aspect in both of our storylines. In a lot of ways, Steve and Tony rely on each other: We’re two sides of the same coin, fighting for the same thing just with very different approaches, but neither one of us are complete. In a way, we need the other person. Reconciliation is necessary but probably not easy to come by.”
Source: USA Today
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