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[Movies] New Photos, Interview With Chris Evans From Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.30.2014



Coming Soon has not only revealed new photos for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but they've revealed quotes from an interview with Chris Evans from the set of the film in July. Here are highlights:

On the new suit: "I do like the new suit a lot. I can tell you I think a lot of people like the old suit after "The Avengers." Not that I have anything bad to say about "The Avengers" suit. That was wildly comfortable, but I think people liked the old suit. I think people enjoyed the World War II aspect of the first movie. There was something about that people liked."

On where we find Cap in this movie: "He feels comfortable within the structure he's been given. He likes to serve. He likes to take orders. He's like a herding dog and needs a task I think the issue in Captain America was about giving the opportunity, and then he got the opportunity. He was thrust into a different world. And, "The Avengers," there were so many characters, it was too much to spend any time with one. And, on this movie, it's about him trying to not just acclimate to the modern world, but I think it's always been Cap's goal to do what's right and help where he can. I think the question in this movie is: What is right? I think it was a lot easier in the '40s to know who the evil was. There's no disputing Nazis are bad. Now, it's a bit more difficult. What is the right thing? And, are you a service to that cause? That's where it becomes a tricky dispute for Cap."

On his relationship with Marvel: "I feel really good. I'd be kicking myself if I hadn't done this. I'd really be kicking myself. [laughs] It was just a matter of adjusting to lifestyle changes. My team told this in the beginning. It comes in waves. You have to respect when the movie comes out, there's going to be a surge and changes. Then it'll die back down. Just like any type of actor. You can monitor it. It's not like when the movie is out, you forfeit your life. You take those periods in stride and there will be a relative level of normalcy. I love doing these movies, because they're good. It's been tricky in my career, I'm sure you've seen some of my not-so-good movies. And it's disappointing. These movies, I've begun to just put my trust in all of the guys at Marvel. Their barometer is pretty on point."











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