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Chris Stops by ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’

Chris Stops by ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’

Chris went on Jimmy Fallon last night and I’ve managed to screen cap his appearance. His brother and him played a game with Jimmy and talked about his new film Knives Out

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Chris Attends Little Brother’s Scott movie Premiere

Chris attended his little brother Scott’s movie premiere in NYC. I’ve added the images that have been released. Thank you Mi for the photos!

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2019 Public Appearances Added

2019 Public Appearances Added

A huge thanks to my best friend Mi who was so kind enough to get me caught up on 2019 appearances that Chris has attended including an exclusive and rare event from the Apple TV.

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2019:
FEB 24TH | 91ST ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS- ARRIVALS
FEB 24TH | 91ST ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS- BACKSTAGE
FEB 24TH | 91ST ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS- SHOW
FEB 24TH | 2019 VANITY FAIR OSCAR PARTY- ARRIVALS
FEB 24TH | 2019 VANITY FAIR OSCAR PARTY- INSIDE
MAR 25TH | EVENT LAUNCHING APPLE TV +
APR 7TH |’AVENGERS:ENDGAME’ JUNKET PRESS CONFERENCE
APR 18TH | ‘AVENGERS: ENDGAME’ SHANGHAI PREMIERE
APR 22ND | ‘AVENGERS: ENDGAME’ L.A. PREMIERE
APR 23RD | ‘AVENGERS: ENDGAME’ HAND PRINT CEREMONY
JUN 29TH | ACE COMIC CON SEATTLE
SEPT 7TH | TIFF- AT&T ON LOCATION- DAY 2
SEPT 7TH | TIFF- EW PARTY
SEPT 7TH | TIFF- ‘KNIVES OUT’ PREMIERE
SEPT 7TH | THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER TIFF STUDIO PRESENTED BY ST. REGIS
SEPT 7TH | TIFF- THE HOLLYWOOD FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION AND THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER PARTY

Mega Gallery Update: Various Screen-captures Added

Mega Gallery Update: Various Screen-captures Added

I’ve went ahead and uploaded 5,000+ screen-captures of various Chris Evans appearances. I’ve managed to add 10 Talk Shows and 9 Web Interviews that can be found on YouTube. Enjoy the captures.

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Talk Shows:
[2011] JUL 12TH: LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON
[2011] JUL 21ST: ABC NEWS
[2015] APR 13TH: JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!
[2015] APR 30TH: THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW
[2016] APR 11TH | JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!
[2016] MAY 2ND: THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW
[2016] MAY 3RD: THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON
[2017] APR 3RD: JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!
[2018] APR 23RD: LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS
[2019] APR 8TH: GOOD MORNING AMERICA

Web Interviews:

2011 | ARTISAN NEW SERVICE
2012 | DETAILS MAGAZINE
2014 | COMIC-CON INTERVIEW FOR ‘AVENGERS AGE OF ULTRON’
2016 | W- MAGAZINE
2017 | MARIE CLAIRE
2017 | WIRED
2019 | ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
2019 | ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY ROUNDTABLE
2019 | VARIETY AT THE TIFF

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Blu-Ray Captures Added

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Blu-Ray Captures Added

I’ve went ahead and uploaded 1,200+ true high definition screencaptures of Chris playing Captain America. It was such a powerful movie.

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Netflix Lands Global Rights To ‘The Red Sea Diving Resort’ Starring Chris Evans

Netflix has obtained global distribution rights, excluding China, to The Red Sea Diving Resort, the Chris Evans-starring biopic from writer/director Gideon Raff and BRON Studios. The film, which Netflix will release later this year, is based on one of the most remarkable rescue missions in history.

It was previously reported that STXinternational had the UK and Ireland distribution rights but we hear STX sold international rights to the streamer. 

The pic follows a group of Mossad agents and Ethiopians who in the early ’80s used a deserted holiday retreat in Sudan as a front to smuggle thousands of refugees to Israel. Chris Evans plays Ari Kidron, the Mossad agent who leads the mission together with courageous local Kabede Bimro, played by Michael Kenneth Williams.

Haley Bennett, Alessandro Nivola, Michael Kenneth Williams, Michiel Huisman with Greg Kinnear and Sir Ben Kingsley co-star.

Raff produced the pic, via G. Raff Productions, along with Aaron L. Gilbert of BRON and Emjag’s Alexandra Milchan. Jason Cloth of Creative Wealth Media served as executive producer.

‘The Devil All The Time’ Replaces Chris Evans with Sebastian Stan

When Chris Evans goes somewhere, Sebastian Stan usually isn’t far behind – at least in Marvel Studios movies. But that’s also turned out to be true today in the real world.

Evans has just dropped out of an upcoming Netflix film called The Devil All The Time, but Stan has stepped in to replace him. Is this a precursor of what will happen with the Captain America franchise in the MCU in the wake of Avengers: Endgame? Who knows, but you can read more about The Devil All The Time cast below.

Deadline reports that Stan is taking over for Evans in The Devil All The Time because of a scheduling conflict. Earlier this week, we wrote about how Evans signed on to lead a new science fiction film called Infinite from director Antoine Fuqua, and Deadline also mentions that Evans is gearing up to start production on Defending Jacob, a limited series he’s producing for Apple. In that series, Evans will star as an assistant district attorney whose son is accused of murder.

Meanwhile, Stan will join fellow Avenger Tom Holland as part of The Devil All The Time cast. Mia WasikowskaRobert PattinsonEliza Scanlen, and Bill Skarsgard are lined up to co-star. Antonio Campos (The Sinner, Christine) is directing, and he also co-wrote the script with Paulo Campos. The movie is based on author Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel, and it’s described like this:

This sounds like an ambitious adaptation, and I’m curious to see if Campos can keep this many plates spinning at the same time. Stan has proven himself to be an impressive actor even outside the Marvel universe – his work in I, Tonyaand especially last year’s Destroyer (where he had killer chemistry with Nicole Kidman) leads me to believe we’ve yet to see him reach his full potential on the big screen.