Chris Evans Teases 'Dangerous' Captain America for Avengers: Infinity War

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Fans were torn between Team Cap and Team Iron Man during the events of Captain America: Civil War, so they're probably happy that everyone will work together for Avengers: Infinity War. Of course, you can't put the genie back in the bottle and both characters have been through a lot since the events of Civil War. They aren't the same people they once were.

Chris Evans has confirmed that in an interview with USA Today, stating that Steve Rogers aka Captain America aka Nomad, is a bit more dangerous than he usually is. Which is saying a lot since he helped stop a war, an alien invasion, a terrorist threat, and Ultron.

Evans feels that Rogers is a character who usually has a morning routine and is used to being subdued.

"He's such a monastic character and he has such a quotidian approach to his existence. I imagine when he wakes up in the morning, there is a routine. Part of that is in his nature, part of that is just to keep his sanity, and that all kind of goes out the window a little bit after (2016's Captain America: Civil War). You see a guy who doesn't stop caring but just puts down some of that obligation."

While Steve won't be dropping his morals anytime soon, Evans says that the super soldier will be leaving his formalities at home for this threat. Considering how he and the Avengers are going up against the Mad Titan Thanos, his Black Order, and some of the Infinity Stones, it's easy to see why he won't feel bad for kicking face.

"I don't think it's in his nature to be too much of a loose cannon, but there's a lack of formality. He's checked all that at the door and he's gone inside himself for a little while, and as a result, he's a little irreverent and maybe even a little dangerous."

Since Infinity War might be one of the last times we see Evans as Steve Rogers, it will be neat seeing a more unhinged version of the character. Evans has proven that he has the chops to be Captain America and it will be quite the emotional rollercoaster to see him put down the shield.

Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on April 27.

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