If you thought we would, at some point, get tired of writing stories about Chris Evans and his dog, then you thought wrong. Marvel Studios' Captain America star continues to gift the Internet new puppy photos with his best friend, and we still feel a duty to spread the word. The last time we saw Evans with the adorable Dodger was on Halloween when the very good boy was rocking a lion costume for the holiday. In the newest photo, Evans missed the mark a bit in terms of photography, cropping out the better part of his own face. Luckily, Dodger remains intact.
"They can't all be winners 😂 ," Evans wrote on Instagram. The photo has gotten some fun celebrity responses, including one from Billy Eichner. "Why do you ALWAYS crop me out of these???," he joked. You can check out the photo below:
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In a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Evans talked about having Dodger's name tattooed on his chest. "That's probably one of the truest relationships I have," Evans shared. "I'll never regret that tattoo. I've regretted a few in my life, but not that one."
The actor also explained how his best pal got his name: "It's a far more embarrassing story that I now get to explain every time someone asks me," Evans joked. "There' a movie called Oliver and Company, it's a Disney movie, an animated movie... When I first saw him in the shelter, I just said, 'Man, that looks like Dodger from O&C. After I decided I was taking him home with me, I went through the process of trying to think of other names, and I couldn't get off Dodger. I was like, 'Let's not overthink this one.'"
Evans isn't the only celebrity who has been treating the Internet to pet content. Star Wars legend Mark Hamill recently gave his dogs a Twitter account. We've also seen Hugh Jackman sharing pictures with his pups and Margot Robbie breaking the Internet with an adorable puppy photo.
As for Evans' career, the actor will soon be seen in the blockbuster spy thriller, The Gray Man, alongside Ryan Gosling. Based on the book by Mark Greaney of the same name, Joe Russo penned the script which got a polish from Avengers: Endgame writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. Gosling stars in the film as freelance assassin and former CIA operative Court Gentry, who is hunted around the globe by former ally Lloyd Hansen (Evans). The current expectation is that Gosling will return for sequels after The Gray Man is released. The film is set to begin production in January.
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