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Chris Evans Remembers Why Last Day Shooting Avengers: Endgame Was So ‘Emotional’

by Stewart Cole

Although Chris Evans had superhero movie experience playing Johnny Storm, aka The Human Torch, in The fantastic four movies, it was his time as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where he shined the most in this genre. It debuted in 2011 Captain America: The First Avengerthe Evans version of Steve Rogers last appeared in 2019 Avengers: Endgame, with the character being one of the main protagonists. Four years after the release of the Marvel film, the actor recalled why his last day of filming was so “emotional”.

As with Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark. Avengers: Endgame essentially completed the Steve Rogers story, with the original Captain America traveling back in time to live a life with Peggy Carter in an alternate timeline, then returning to the present to give his shield to Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson. Although this probably wasn’t the last scene Evans shot Game overof his production, Evans said the following GQ on what life was like that last day, as well as how much this role changed his life:

The last day was emotional. It’s like finishing school. I mean, you know the day is coming, and then all of a sudden it’s here and it feels like it went by way too fast… It’s life changing. My life is not the same forever. My family life is not the same. You know what I mean? The ripple effect of signing on for this role is kind of immeasurable, at least for me, and it was a beautiful moment. [I’m] full of gratitude.

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