Chris Evans has gone on millions of dates.
It’s not because he’s become an international superstar by playing Captain America in the “Avengers” films, nor is it thanks to establishing himself as leading man material in “Not Another Teen Movie” back in 2001. Actually it started a few years before that — with a tween-age board game game called Mystery Date.
Chris Evans had Twitter all in an uproar when he appeared to be bidding farewell to his iconic role as Captain America.
Evans tweeted Thursday about his final day on the “Avengers 4” set.
Captain America: Civil War opened in North America this weekend to an estimated $181.8 million, the fifth biggest domestic opening in history. As a result, Marvel now holds four of the six largest domestic openings of all time.
Everyone’s favorite shield-wielding, all-American patriot is back for the second installment of a (presumably) trilogy of films. This time, the Cap faces off with the mysterious Winter Soldier, an antagonist with some major baggage and shady friends in high places.