Chris Evans: 'Captain America the best experience'
Marvel Studios brings their patriotic hero to the big screen with this 2011 action adventure film based on the comics character of the same name. Set during WWII, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) has been deemed physically unfit for military service. As a result, he volunteers for a secret operation called Project: Rebirth and is transformed into a super-soldier dubbed Captain America.
Chris Evans found 'Captain America: The First Avenger' one of the "best experiences" he has had on a film.
The hunky star appears as the titular character in the highly-anticipated Joe Johnston-directed movie, and his favourite part about shooting was the collaborative process it involved.
He said: "This was one of the best experiences I've had working with a director to date.
"I felt like my opinion mattered. Joe's not crazy into giving actors too many notes, but that's great. I want to know the technical stuff and he loves to five it."
The 29-year-old actor believes the experience helped him discover he might like to movie into directing at some point.
He said: "We had conversations about script, character, content. It was a really healthy dialogue and made me want to direct even more.
"Doing this movie could, should, get me a step closer."
Chris particularly hopes the audience will learn to love the character because despite being the "first avenger" - a man who goes onto a military research project that turns him into a superhero - he will always be "skinny Steve" Rogers.
He added to Total Film: "The goal is that, even in the last frame of the film, you want the audience to still see him as skinny Steve."