Chris Evans defends superhero films: 'They're not easy to make'

Chris Evans defends superhero films: 'They're not easy to make'

The interpreter of Captain America looks back on his experience in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Chris Evans has put away his shield for a while, but that doesn't stop him from defending Marvel films. The actor, whose last appearance in the MCU as Steve Rogers/Captain America date ofAvengers: Endgame (2019) spoke at the last Emerald City Comic Con about the backlash that Marvel productions have been experiencing for some time.

“In general, films adapted from comics, we don't know why, are not necessarily given the credit they deservehe says. These are big, gigantic films. There are a lot of cooks in the kitchen. But the empirical evidence is there: they are not easy to do. If it were easier, there would be a lot more good superhero movies. I don't blame anyone! I've been in a few of these films myself that didn't hit the mark. It happens. Making a film is difficult.”

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A statement that makes sense when we know that over nearly a decade, Chris Evans has participated in nine MCU productions, not counting his superheroic debut in the version of Fantastic Four of Tim Story in 2005 and 2007. However, despite the observation of a sort of traffic jam, Chris Evans underlines:

“Far be it from me to single out one film from the Marvel catalog in particular, but some of them are phenomenal. If you look at them independently, they are objectively very good films, and I think they deserve a little more recognition.”

In front of the curious assembly, Chris Evan ended up releasing a title: Captain America: The Winter Soldier. In 2014, it was the second film to focus on the adventures of the hero he played. He has very good memories of it:

“Personally, it’s the Marvel I participated in that I prefer. It doesn't just include the film itself, but also the experience. For the first one (Captain America), I was very nervous. We are aware of the adventure we are embarking on, and therefore we play defense, so as not to lose. With The Winter Soldier, we played to win. And it was the first film with the Russo brothers at the controls. We took more risks and the characters had more depth/relief.”

And to conclude: “This is one of the most satisfying experiences I've had while working at Marvel”.

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If he defends the MCU, Chris Evans is not ready to return to service anytime soon. When we mention this idea, the 42-year-old actor responds: “While I relate very much to this character and love telling these stories and working with these teams, it doesn't seem like a very good idea to me at the moment.”.

In the films, he also passed the shield to Anthony Mackieaka SamWilson/Falcon, destined to become the new Captain America. We can follow his adventures in the series Falcon and the Winter Soldier available on Disney+. Also note that the next film centered on this hero, Captain America: Brave New Worldis already scheduled for February 12, 2025.

As for Chris Evans, tomorrow evening he will be starring in a new series broadcast on TF1, The Jacob Barber Affairin which he plays a prosecutor whose son is accused of murder.

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