Chris Evans on Captain America's Evolution

The actor discusses the newest Marvel Comics film, "Captain America: Winter Soldier."
3:00 | 03/31/14

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Well, Chris Evans is blasting back on the screens in "Captain America, the winter soldier." Our red, white, and true blue superhero joined forces with black widow, played by Scarlett Johansson in an evil, high-flying thrill ride. Take a look. Did you do anything fun? All the guys from my barbershop quartet are dead. So no. If you asked, they would probably say yes. That's why I don't ask. Too shy or too scared? Too busy. Is he wearing a parachute? No. No, he wasn't. Oh, captain America, too busy. He's Chris Evans here with us right now. You're fresh off a flight. You were in London, beijing, L.A. To you feel like a superhero this morning? Feeling like a jet-lagged superhero this morning. We're working through it. You're fighting evil. This time, the lines between good and evil are slightly blurred. What is didn't? It's not so much about Steve Rogers adjusting to modern technology as modern society. In the company he works for as potentially lost its way without giving too much away. And so it's matter of him kind of acclimating to the way the government works and what is acceptable in terms of what we expect from our government. To keep us safe. Because if fans that remember in the first one, he was frozen in time, had to adjust to the modern world. What does he find the hardest? Understanding who he's working for. You know, it's tricky. With all the modern advancements in technology, in order to provide the security that your government ensures, you may have to -- bend the rules. That bums for cap a little bit. I want to ard the rumors. That you're quitting acting and much on the dismay of your fans. Not true? I said that I directed last year, I really responded to it. I really enjoyed it. I would love to focus on it. Suddenly, you're not an actor anymore. Then retiring. By no means am I planning on retiring. It's a silly statement. I am going the try to focus a bit more on directing. You said Steve ronlers is the man you hope you can be. Well -- That's a lofty goal. Somewhat the most Steve Rogers thing you have ever done in your life? What is the most Steve Rogers thing? That's a tough question. No way to answer wit a sense of modesty. I think the way Steve would answer that, he would refuse the answer it. I don't think he would ever consider fig anything he had done to be Steve rogers-esque. Is the That's a good answer. A fan wants to know who is your real-life superhero? I mean, it's so cliche. But I'm going to say my parents. The more I see my friends having children and the channels in raising a human being and making them good people, it's -- it's a tall order. And my parents had four of us. It wasn't easy. They did a good job, in my opinion. I would agree. And we want to bring in a surprise for you. We found a picture of cast chairs on the captain America winter soldier set. You had dumbbells on your chair. You have to keep that theme up. Because apparently, your favorite thing to eat is pizza? You're from Boston. You have a think for Leone's. Yes. Guess what? They deliver. They came to the set. We have Leone's pizza here. Do we? It's my favorite thing to eat in the morning, too. Let's dig in. What do we have here? What are the subs? Start opening them up. Start eating. Are they the right? Oh, this is Leones! A very happy superhero here.

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