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How hot does Chris Evans look on GQ?

How hot does Chris Evans look on GQ?
June 14, 2011 MICHAEL KNUDSEN
Chris Evans - GQ Magazine

Chris Evans looks VERY hot on the latest cover of GQ magazine (shot by Mario Testino), he’s such a cutie! Although I’m not too keen on seeing his upcoming action flick Captain America, maybe it will be good? I wasn’t all that into seeing X-Men: First Class, but I ended up loving it, maybe I’m more of a comic fan than I originally fancied myself? It certainly beat Super 8 which was totally lame and over hyped.

Chris Evans - GQ Magazine

As Captain America, Chris Evans transforms from a patriotic weakling to a Nazi-whupping weapon of mass destruction. Photographed by Mario Testino for the annual fall fashion preview, Evans looks the part of a superhero on the July issue of GQ: buff and handsome. Despite her best efforts, writer Edith Zimmerman was powerless against his superhuman charm, developing a “crush” on him during their debauched, flirt-filled, first-date-like adventure, in which she ended up leaving his house at five thirty in the morning!

Chris Evans on getting over his initial reluctance to take on the role of Captain America:
“I said no a bunch, and every time I said no, I woke up the next morning so happy and content. I kept saying no; they kept coming back. And eventually I was like, ‘You know what? This is your biggest fear—this is exactly what you have to do.’ ”

…on his character in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World:
“The character’s supposed to be this horrible actor and a douchebag, and I get the job and so many people were like, ‘You’re perfect, you’re gonna crush it!’ ” he continued with feigned anger. “I was like, So I got this role as an asshole actor, and you guys think I nailed it? That I’m a natural and that nobody in town can do it better?”

…on how seeing sunsets are the “happiest” times in his life:
“The point is that when I see a sunset or a waterfall or something, for a split second it’s so great, because for a little bit I’m out of my brain, and it’s got nothing to do with me. I’m not trying to figure it out, you know what I mean? And I wonder if I can somehow find a way to maintain that mind stillness.”

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