Avenger Actor Captain America “Chris Evans,” says the transition from the MCU to Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” was pretty seamless: Chris Evans, who rose to fame in the MCU with his portrayal of Steve Rogers aka Captain America, is all set to make a comeback in Rian Johnson’s upcoming film “Knees Out.” Chris Evans, in a recent interview, said that it was not difficult for him to accommodate his new role.
He spoke to the “Hollywood Reporter” during the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival, where the film had its world premiere. Evans said that “Cons Out” also gave him a sense of “family dynamics” just like MCU films. Similar to Marvel, “Knash Out” is an ensemble consisting of Daniel Craig, Michael Shannon, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lakeith Stanfield, Toni Collette, and others.
Evans added: “It was very comfortable. It’s like a group mentality, you’re still kind of collaborating with a lot of people, and it’s like, strangely, there’s a similar family dynamic. ” Putting aside the work environment of the upcoming film, he said: “The way you come on the set every day is very similar and to be honest, it was just as fun … everyone is only here to have a good time. Is, and everyone loves what they do. It’s a real blessing.
Fans will be seeing a massive transformation as Evans will transform himself from a superhero to a mystery villain. Talking to “Variation” Evans said how he loves playing a vile character: “It’s nice to play someone a little viler… I don’t always get the opportunity to play someone who is so vile: So yeah it’s fun. ” Evans will play the role of the grandson of the black sheep in this mystery thriller which is an adaptation of the Harlan Thrombey novel. Speaking about the characters, actor Tony Collette said: “Everyone’s behaviour is like suspicious because they are in different states of desperation.”
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