Chris Evans isn't looking forward to donning the red, white and blues again. Not because he has problems representing Captain America for movie lovers worldwide, mind you — it's because he's dreading the process of becoming Captain America again.
"I hate to admit it but it's not easy," Evans told Tribute (via Comic Book Movie) about the physical transformation required to become Steve Rogers. "It's months and months of lifting heavy stuff and...not looking forward to it."
"But," he continued, "it's worth it because I am happy with the movies and I do love the character so come January, my life is going to be different."
Evans went on to describe his work as Captain America as the defining role of his career. Before playing Marvel's first Avenger, however, he would have answered with a different superhero's name.
"I might've said Johnny Storm, 'Fantastic Four,'" he said. "After that movie, I think I got put on... there's tiers to your career and I think that was the first stepping stone that allowed me to be in another arena on studio's lists. On an industry scale, I'd say Fantastic Four and on a more public scale, Captain America."
If you want more from Evans, check out our recent video interview with him below.
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