Chris Evans Set To Take A Break From Acting | Film News
Chris Evans, who is known for his roles as Steve Rogers/Captain America in Marvel Comic’s Captain America and Avengers franchise as well as Johnny Storm/Human Torch in 2005’s Fantastic Four, has decided to take a break from acting once his contract with Marvel comics expires.
With his contract soon to end presumably after the release of 2015’s Avengers Age Of Ultron, Evans has decided not to renew it and will instead be focusing on directing. Evans makes his directing debut with the forthcoming romantic film 1.30 Train which he also stars. Set to be released later this year, the film is about a woman who is robbed and misses her train, stranded a man helps her and they begin to fall for each other.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is the last Marvel Comics film Evans will star in but with so many fans already asking for a Captain America 3, perhaps there is a chance of Evans coming back. Captain America: The Winter Soldier will open in UK cinemas on March 26.
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