Chris Evans on Avengers Infinity War: ‘Marvel Doesn’t Miss’

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The Russo Brothers were actually able to redeem Avengers: Age of Ultron with their work on Captain America: Civil War, and they're back to direct the next two Avengers films. Chris Evans, who everyone knows better as Captain America, opens up about the upcoming Avengers flick and how Marvel has been pumping out hit after hit.

Talking during the Ace Comic-Con (via ComicBook), Evans talks about working on his last two Avengers films:

"That was the best part of this movie, is that you really kind of, it really was for the first time for me feeling like… the first few movies it's almost like it's happening to somebody else. You kind of feel like you're watching it happen, but you're not actually a part of it. This was kind of the first movie where you actually felt like you had a seat at the table and you belonged and it was so nice to have all these other franchises that you've watched and admired come to a set where you're like oh man, I belong here, and all these great people are part of a movie that we're all doing together, and it was just wonderful because all of those franchises, well, let's be honest. Marvel doesn't miss. They haven't missed yet. They're batting a thousand."


I don't know how they do that. They don't miss and so to see all these actors come together from all these other franchises that I've seen as fans be exchanging dialogue with me was overwhelming and really just so satisfying because really truly, there's not one bad apple."

With Captain America having to share some screentime with a lot of heroes, it would be understandable that some of his character development can be thrown out the window. With this film having twice the number of characters, I wonder how the Russo Brothers plan to do this complicated juggling act of keeping every character relevant. At least they have each other to bounce ideas off of as compared to Joss Whedon who had to shoulder everything himself.

Like everyone else, I'm excited for the release of this film. It's the start of the end of Phase 3, and we could be saying goodbye to come characters that have been with us for about a decade. Let's just hope it sets up everything nicely for Phase 4.

Avengers: Infinity War comes out May 4.

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