Chris Evans and Samuel L. Jackson filming in NYC



Chris Evans films scenes on Saturday (April 23) in New York City’s Times Square.

The 29-year-old actor worked with Samuel L. Jackson, who plays Nick Fury in several Marvel films!

It’s not clear whether Chris and Sam were filming a post-credits scene for Captain America: The First Avenger or already working on The Avengers.

Captain America: The First Avenger will hit the big screen in 3D on July 22.





 











 

Chris Evans Talks In Detail About His Future As Captain America With Marvel Studios!

The actor talks about starting work on The Avengers, reveals the status of the sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger and goes into great detail about signing on to play the character and taking some time off from the role in future...

"Well we did sign a six picture thing, so there's potentially three Captain America's and three Avengers. We're about to start The Avengers on Monday. That's the next thing. Then we'll see how Captain America does in July and if does well, I'll be back for round two."

"Yeah, they are working on the next script. It doesn't cost them too much to start working on the script, just to get prepared. If the movie bombs, you know..."

"It's gonna be tough. The good thing though is it's all in the same family, it's all under the same umbrella. Marvel will make it work. I might not have a lot of downtime in my life, but they'll figure it out."

"That was a big concern when we agreed to do the film. I said look, 'If do this movie, I don't want to only be in a blue superhero outfit for the next ten years. That's just not creatively satisfying.'

"My agent was aware of that and my agent also represents Downey and . He's experienced in the world of handling Marvel and just being fair to the actor and letting them have time to be creatively satsisfied."

"I feel pretty confident that Marvel will make sure to either take some time off or go and feed my soul to make movies with these guy. Do something that means something on a different level."

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