Chris Evans Says He'd Want To Fight As Captain America Along Side The Human Torch

Before Chris Evans was Captain America, he was The Human Torch in Tim Story's pair of not-quite-Marvel-ous Fantastic Four movies.

And now, a decade later, when asked what Marvel character he'd want to have his back in Captain America: Civil War, Evans proposed...himself.

"I would take Johnny Storm," Evans said to cheers and laughter during a panel at Wizard World New Orleans today which was broadcast live on ConTV. "But I would take that because I just like the guy. I think he's fun. It would be fun to fight with him. I think he'd be cracking jokes and having a good time, and I just want to hang out with him, really."

Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.

 

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    • _L0Bo_
    • 3197 Posts in 18 Months

    That would be cool =p

    No matter what you thought about the Fantastic Four, he was awesome and it was a 100 times better than Trank's piece of crap.

  1. _L0Bo_ said ... (original post)

    That would be cool =pNo matter what you thought about the Fantastic Four, he was awesome and it was a 100 times better than Trank's piece of crap.

    Well we'll never know what Trank's film would have been like. The part we saw that was definately him, the Ultimate stuff at the begining was pretty good. Nut when did he lose the film, where did Fox take over and kill it like they did Burton's Apes?

    • CB100189
    • 128 Posts in 7 Months

    Like feig with ghostbusters, he lost it when it became a PR disaster.

  2. No part of that movie was any good. It was crap from beginning to end. 

    • SuperTim
    • 1112 Posts in 12 Months

    TheRealEverton said ... (original post)

    Well we'll never know what Trank's film would have been like. The part we saw that was definately him, the Ultimate stuff at the begining was pretty good. Nut when did he lose the film, where did Fox take over and kill it like they did Burton's Apes?

    I don't find anything appealing about anything Ultimate. 

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