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Chris Evans Made Sure The MCU’s Captain America Wasn’t Too Snarky

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Chris Evans Updates: MCU is famous as it has plenty of humourous elements in its TV shows and movies with a great deal of snarky and sarcastic variety. Chris Evans’ Captain America has given his audience a few big laughs during his decade-long tenure as the core of the entire franchise, but he wasn’t one for putting people down or dishing out withering comebacks.

In short, the list of Marvel Cinematic Universe characters are known for their sarcasm over the years which includes Tony Stark, Nick Fury, Loki, Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Doctor Strange, War Machine, Sam Wilson, Bucky Barnes, and many more, therefore the comedy department has been totally covered since the summer of 2008.

Steve Rogers is one of the most down-to-earth and heartfelt people among the names that are mentioned above. On the 10th anniversary of The First Avenger,  in an interview, writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely mentioned that Evans was integral to the development of Steve’s personality, and even cracked out a couple of jokes that weren’t in keeping with his reputation as a beacon of hope and positivity.

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“He was very conscious of not wanting snark. It was a very good understanding of Captain America, which is that if this guy’s going to fly as a character and as an authority figure, eventually, he’s got to have the gravity right away, no matter what the situation.

This is what we all came to realize, that Steve Rogers was born Captain America, he just didn’t have the body for it. And Evans got that. I think he may have taken a joke or two out is what I remember.”

The input of an MCU actor increases with time especially if fans take them to their hearts. Tom Hiddleston’s Loki is much different from others as the audience had first met him a decade ago, and the connection he has formed with the trickster being one of the main reasons, the majority of which wasn’t there on the page when he first donned the horns in Kenneth Branagh’s Thor.

It seems similar for Evans and Captain America, who understood well his audience’s expectations and acted accordingly.