Chris Evans in the opening night performance of Lobby Hero. March 26, 2018.

This thing that mostly strikes me about Chris Evans in all this lobby hero stuff is that he is SO WHITE like ghostly and yeah this is a thing I was already aware of but it is like you can really tell how the Cap makeup people were making him look like he goes out in the sun once in a while


I think he’s become—and I’ve said this to him—for as amazing as all of our actors are at embodying these characters, every single one of them, he’s one that reminds me, alongside Christopher Reeve, as just like ‘these are the characters.’ I think he’s a great actor, and I think he can do whatever he wants to do, but even when you look at his Twitter account and taking a stand on things, it’s like, ‘Is he becoming Captain America?’ – Kevin Feige


Our conscious minds are very spread out. We worry about the past. We worry about the future. We label. And all of that stuff just makes us very separate. What I’m trying to do is just quiet it down. Put that brain down from time to time and hope those periods of quiet and stillness get longer. When you do that, what rises from the mist is a kind of surrendering. You’re more connected as opposed to being separate. A lot of the questions about destiny or fate or purpose or any of that stuff – it’s not like you get answers. You just realize you didn’t need the questions.


“The modern world cannot understand him, and the incomprehension is mutual. He is literally strange, but, more than this, he is stateless, off the grid, without identity, and therefore written out of modernity. He is a refugee from the past, without family, nation, or friends, an orphan.” Remaking History: The past in contemporary historical fictions – Jerome De Groot