Chris, you might be the next big Hollywood action star, but in person you’re just an everyday, typical guy! Please stay that way!
For a guy who just scored one of the most coveted movie roles of the year, Captain America, Chris Evans seems like just your typical, everyday dude. Seriously, the 28-year-old hottie is SO normal that I didn’t even realize I was standing next to him at the Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell Conviction game launch party in Hollywood until halfway through the night!
There I was at Les Deux nightclub April 1, lounging back and taking in the scene when I FINALLY realized Chris was right by my side! Wearing a plaid shirt and backwards-facing ball cap, he didn’t have the ‘swagger’ that most actors do — a very welcome change, let me tell you!
Suddenly interested, I deemed Chris, who plays Super Soldier Steve Rogers in the upcoming film, my HollyHunk of the evening — but sadly, he seemed more interested in chilling out with his buddies than getting his game on, even though he could literally have his pick of anyone right now (including me)!
Thankfully, I wasn’t the only one left out of the Chris Evans Club. Girls galore were dancing up a storm beside his table desperately trying to get his attention, but Chris kept to his crew and even let his boys do the talking when ladies approached him!
Want more proof that the Boston-born actor is totally laid-back and not a Hollywood poser? Instead of pulling the diva card, Chris not only went to the bar himself – he even brought back rounds for his pals!
Chris, you’re clearly not a ‘scenester’ and it’s refreshing. Although the party was jam-packed with other celebs like Aaron Paul, Joel McHale, Lindsay Lohan, Audrina Patridge, and Ryan Cabrera, he didn’t seem to be phased by them one bit. When Audrina came over to give him and hug and make small talk, he still opted to hang with his non-famous boys instead of Audrina and The Hills crew.
Needless to say, after seeing him in his element last night, I am totally a Chris Evans fan. While he’s obviously a hottie, Chris stood out because he wasn’t like every other Hollywood wannabe there. He was mysterious and quiet and now – in my eyes – the perfect choice to play Captain America!