Captain America Actor Chris Evans Explains The ‘Common Reason’ That Makes Marvel Movies Successful
Updated: Jun 16
Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is among the most popular and successful franchises around the world. Chris Evans has been a part of the MCU as Steve Rogers / Captain America for around nine years. The actor recently revealed the common factor for the triumph of Marvel films.
In an interview with a daily, Captain America aka Chris Evans talked about why Marvel films are performing well. He said that as much as he would love to say that it is the actors that are all so wonderful in the roles, he has seen plenty of movies at this calibre with wonderful actors which failed to make their mark.
The actor added that you love to attribute it to just the director and he has also seen wonderful directors that make movies like Marvel that kind of miss at the BO. Evans guesses that the buck stops with Marvel Studios’ President Kevin Feige and meant that it must him.
Chris Evans added that it would be one thing if there were a few good Marvel movies and then a few “stinkers”. He mentioned that it would be one thing if every other production house in town was making the hits as effortlessly as Marvel was, but it is just not happening that way. Chris explained that when you start to collect the data and figure out what is the common denominator, he really thinks it must be Kevin Feige. He does not let things be bad, the actor noted.