10 Times Chris Evans Proved He Really is Captain America

10 Times Chris Evans Proved He Really is Captain America

January 8, 2015 0 By EVA

1. That time he escorted the wondrous Betty White at the People’s Choice Awards:

(Bonus: the sweater over the button-down shirt and that slicked back hair is very 1940s Steve Rogers)


Good Guy Chris


 2. Chris Evans cheering on young fans that are battling cancer at Christopher’s Haven in Boston:


3. He swept up after he made a mess on set:

Proving that no job is too small for someone as recognizable as himself.



4. He takes every single moment to thank his mother:

Steve Rogers may have lost both his parents in the comics and movies, but he does take the time to honor them as well.

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?

EVANS: Mothers, my mother. Being a mum is not an easy gig because you are shaping human beings. I will give dads credit too, but in my experience, mums bear the burden.

Source: https://sg.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/chris-evans-mother-hero-003000112.html


5. Chris Evans partook in 2014’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in a tuxedo (and got his adorable family to help):


6. Chris Evans gets excited over pizza, just like his Brooklynite alter-ego Steve Rogers would:

This gif is often passed around on Tumblr with the caption: ‘Chris Evans laughing alone with pizza.’ Pizza Chris  

7. Although he doesn’t do it often, his tweets exhibit his humility, gratitude and patriotism:

In these tweets he stands up to bullies, celebrates national holidays, and sends condolences a fan who lost his battle with cancer.

chris and stan

8. He says he may have become a painter if he didn’t become an actor, much like Steve Rogers hobby in Captain America:


 Evans grew up in Sudbury, Mass., a Boston suburb, where all three of his siblings were theater kids. His adolescence sounds like a real-life version of “High School Musical,” where he juggled sports (lacrosse and wrestling) with productions of “West Side Story.” He says he wanted to be a painter or animator (and only started reading Marvel comics after getting the role in the films.)

Source: http://variety.com/2014/film/news/captain-americas-chris-evans-says-hes-ready-to-leave-acting-behind-1201144687/

9. He rallied along with the rest of his Avengers crew in the #CapforStrat movement, an initiative started by Sophie Caldecott (Lipiatt) to get an advanced copy of Captain America: The Winter Soldier to her father who was terminally ill with cancer and could not make it to see it in theaters:


10. In December 2014 he helped raise over $3,000 for Massachusetts local charity group The Pettengill House, a charity focusing on providing education and therapeutic interventions for at-risk children and their families.

 After the autograph signing, Evans, his brother, Scott, two of his aunts and his mother, Lisa, hosted a sold-out charity holiday party that raised over $3,000 for the Salisbury-based nonprofit that supports underprivileged children and families in the Greater Newburyport area. The idea for the dual events came from a family conversation over Thanksgiving.

Source: http://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/captain-america-takes-a-bow-in-newburyport/article_9548e8c2-ef47-58e8-b7bb-a9ccaece91c1.html