Chris Evans is no longer a part of the MCU after Avengers: Endgame. He won everyone’s heart as Captain America and fans are yet to digest that he won’t play the character anymore.
For so many years the actor played Captain America and made us fall in love with the character and his performance. However, in an interview with We Got This Covered, Chris revealed that he was apprehensive on playing the part.
The actor said he went to therapy before saying yes to Captain America film and playing the character. Evans said, “I went [to therapy] because I was very apprehensive about taking the movie, I was nervous about the lifestyle change, about the commitment. You know, it’s six movies, that can last 10 years. I love making movies but I’m not dead set on being a gigantic movie star. I like to have the option to walk away if I want, with a six picture deal, you can’t walk away.”
Chris Evans revealed that when he finally agreed to do the role, he needed to fix his brain and find out why he was so scared so he went to therapy. He added, “It’s not like there were giant breakthroughs in the therapy either, it was just nice talking.”