A new fan poster takes a minimalist approach to honor Chris Evans for his last eight years spent playing Captain America.
With Greenland, it looks like Chris Evans is still set to thrill audiences after leaving the MCU.
Too many poor casting choices have been made for superhero movies, but sometimes they work out for the better. Need proof? Look at these 15 examples.
Chris Evans confirms his presence in Avengers 4 and sheds some light on his initial six-film contract with Marvel Studios.
Evans read from Shelly Becker’s Even Superheroes Have Bad Days for the program, which airs right as kids are going to bed.
Actor Chris Evans may not be ready to hang up his shield for good, but understands that the final decision isn't up to him.
The Captain America star says advisers have told him to tone down his political talk, but the actor won't be silenced.
Captain America star Chris Evans sparred with white supremacist David Duke on Twitter. Guess who came out on top?
The film adaptation of Steven Moffat's hit 2007 British TV series officially has its star and its director.
Hoping to spread awareness of U.S. veteran suicide prevention, Chris Evans, Chris Pratt and Dwayne Johnson pose the 22 Push-Up Challenge to us all.
The "Captain America: Civil War" star is reportedly circling the lead role of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde in a movie version of the 2007 BBC series "Jekyll."
Art from an early version of the planned live-action remake has resurfaced, revealing a stunning setting -- and Gordon-Levitt as "Travis."
The Winter Soldier actor sounds off on the #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend movement and likelihood that it has any relevance in the film's canon.
Director James Wan teases "super cool" villains for "Aquaman," Marvel releases the "Jessica Jones" TV soundtrack and more.
The "Captain America" actor is firmly in the camp that believes his "Scott Pilgrim" co-star should join the MCU.
Plus Chris Evans calls Brie Larson as Captain Marvel "phenomenal" and more in today's Reel.
The "Captain America: Civil War" star addressed the controversial conclusion to Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz's "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #1.
Grant Gustin teases more ice cream parties now that "Supergirl's" on the CW; "Flash's" season 2 foe gets an adorable figure and more.