Captain America aka Chris Evans’ journey to glory in Marvel wasn’t easy. The actor was scared of losing his stardom during the early days of his career. Know why?
Marvel actor, Chris Evans portrayed the role of Steve Rogers in 2011’s Captain America: The First Avengers and continued it until 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. The actor has earned a huge name for portraying Captain America. However, do you know Chris Evans might lose his stardom during the initial days of his career?
- Chris Evans’ biggest fear?
- Evans’s anxiety on the set led him to consider quitting acting.
- Chris Evans turned down the first invitation to test for the role of Steve Rogers.
Chris Evans aka Captain America Faced His Biggest Fear:
Chris Evans has always been the most popular Avengers in Marvel. He gained worldwide attention for his portrayal of Steve Rogers aka Captain America in MCU. The 38-year-old actor recently opened up about his biggest fear that he faced during the early days of his career.
In a podcast interview with The Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Chatter, when he started working in Fantastic Four sequel he began experiencing anxiety attacks on the set. Chris said “I really started to think, ‘I’m not sure if this [acting] is the right thing for me, I’m not sure if I’m feeling as healthy as I should be feeling,'” Evans admitted. It was the reason why Evans turned down Marvel’s offers to audition for the role of Steve Rogers/Captain America. If they cast him, he would be signed for nine movies. Evans worried this would lead to unmanageable anxiety. “My suffering would be my own,”
Anxiety attacks was the only reason Evans turned down more offers to screen test and this decision made his agents shocked. After so many push, Evans finally accepted the offer. That’s not it! Evans called it the best decision he has ever made.
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