"It’s not a contest about who has a higher tolerance for pain. However, if it were a contest, I would win."
(Some of the) MCU cast take on the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS.
And I think Cap deals with a certain level of celebrity. Fact is people do know who Steve Rogers is. We don’t always explore it the film, but I always interpret Cap as having a certain sense of loneliness given the fact that everyone knows who he is. He is famous. I think as a result it makes him.. I think he’s a little suspicious of people’s motives when they approach him.
im not sure whats happening but i like it alot
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Trying to come off as a casual fan by calling him Captain America instead of Steve
What you and I have makes me free.
Chris Evans on Captain America’s fighting style in The Winter Soldier (x)
In between the first Captain America movie and The Avengers, I had played the Captain America video game; and the way Cap moves in the video game, there’s a fluidity and it’s very acrobatic. It’s very aerial. He uses his environment, and it’s almost this beautiful, smooth dance, and when I first met with the [directors], I said, “Have you played the video game?” And I swear to God, they said: “You know what? We referenced the video game, too.” I said, “Good, good, we’re on the same page. But that means we need to incorporate a little bit more of an acrobatic approach to fighting.” And so we put myself in gymnastic classes, which is something I always wanted to do – kind of, anyway [laughs]. I mean, I wanted to go play on like, the balance beam, but it was more like tumbling, essentially. Parkour-style gymnastic stuff. Flipping, and spinning, and just kind of getting a sense of your body in the air. So we did about two months of that. We did two months, a few hours each day, and it was invaluable. It really lends itself to a lot of those fight scenes.
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