Being a newcomer is not easy, but in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, veteran actor Chris Evans who played Captain America for more than a decade, he has some words of wisdom for those who just arrived in the franchise, "Enjoy it. Have fun."
The Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, other than the reactions of existing heroes, it also affects those who are just getting into the franchise. Thankfully, Captain America has something to say to them, possibly something he could learn from his own experience.
In an interview with Cheddar News while talking about his latest film, The Gray Man on Netflix, Chris Evans shared some of his insights and words of wisdom to the newcomers of the MCU, "Enjoy it, have fun."
Chris Evans added, "It's nice when you're making movies and there's this kind of baked-in-the-cake fan base, this group of people that are really excited to see the work, because they have a deep connection to the role. It's something that's really special to them."
Moreover, Evans shared, "I mean, it adds a lot of pressure, but it's also a real joy when it works out, and you get to meet those people. I don't know, you just kind of feel this giant community that you get welcomed into. So, enjoy it."
There are a lot of new heroes that the Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe such as Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, the upcoming She-Hulk, and more to come in Phase Five and Phase Six.
From being Captain America, Chris Evans makes a jump from being a hero to becoming a villain in The Gray Man and woah, Evans surely handled it like a pro! Since he had been fighting baddies in the MCU, this time, he is now the main villain of the title.
Captain America or Steve Rogers, already passed the torch, shield, and basically being a superhero as he goes to retirement following his quest to return the stones. His successor, Sam Wilson, had been in denial at first but later on, learned to embrace his destiny as the new Captain America.
Netflix's The Gray Man easily gained a lot of attention because of its interesting plot and cast and to be fair, it did not disappoint.
Will you take on the advice of Chris Evans?