You don’t act to become a movie star, and the bigger the star you are, the less acting you’re actually doing.
And in the age of superhero movies and endless franchises, your creative expression is limited if you wear a mask and hold a shield and run through explosions.
Robot, for which he won a Critics' Choice Award and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Such is the case for Chris Evans, who reaffirmed to Variety that he’s done with acting and plans to retire upon the end of his Marvel contract.
This new passion is directing, which he’s given a shot thanks to Train, a drama he shot in 19 days in New York City starring himself and Alice Eve.
Which is actually a pretty glamorous, moviestar thing to do also, but what can you do?
Evans is a handsome young dude, and when you have money and charm in Hollywood, that’s the sort of thing you do.