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.— Chris Evans
The most tempting Chris Evans quotes that will transform you to a better person
I always say that the times in my life when I've been happiest are the times when I've seen, like, a sunset.
I can handle the craziness some of the time, maybe most of the time.
But I know I can't handle it all of the time.
The comic book world is so dangerous, you know what I mean? You say one thing and people - they're ravenous - they are very opinionated fans. But they're great fans.
I like girls who are self-deprecating.
I like girls who make fun of themselves. If you can't poke fun at yourself, what are you? I just want someone with a good soul. That's about it. The rest I'm really flexible on.
I like wet hair and sweatpants. I like sneakers and ponytails.
I didn't realize - you think you are doing a movie but then you realize it's a Columbia Pictures movie so it's probably going to have some publicity. Then you see a billboard and it's like, 'God! I'm on a billboard!' It doesn't hit all at once, it kind of unravels itself and it's still unraveling.
I am single and not looking to be in a relationship.
Are you kidding me? It's insane that civil rights are being denied people in this day and age. It's embarrassing, and it's heartbreaking. It goes without saying that I'm completely in support of gay marriage. In 10 years we'll be ashamed that this was an issue.
Dressing a baby is like putting an octopus into a string bag, making sure none of the arms hang out.
Look at pictures of me growing up. It wasn't always the way it is now. It was a bumpy road for me.
What does a woman want? More.
I swear to God, if you saw me when I am by myself in the woods, I'm a lunatic. I sing, I dance.
Anyone who's had a tattoo knows once you get your first one, as you're walking out the door, you're planning the next.
I've been lucky enough - well, maybe unlucky enough - to have had a lot of friends who have had their ups and downs. And for an actor, that's good. Life experience in any regard is good. So I've seen a lot and I've had my own experiences.
Lost luggage is just an opportunity to start afresh.
Ferraris are art, but they love being driven.
I'm a big fan of working out on my own.
I put my headphones on and I'm pretty good at self-motivating. At the end of the day, I enjoy it. Once I'm there and once I get going, I tend to love it, and I feel good.
All my good movies, nobody sees.
It seems like the studios are either making giant blockbusters, or really super-small indies. And the mid-level films I grew up on, like 'Back to the Future' and all those John Hughes movies, the studios aren't doing. It's hard to get them on their feet.
I've managed to do movies and still keep a lifestyle where I can go to ballgames, go to a grocery store like everybody else.
You know, the reward for 'Captain America' is amazing.
It's always fun to see a giant spectacle film and see the fun stuff - the special effects.
For the youth, the indignation of most things will just surge as each birthday passes.
If I do cardio I'll disappear.
If women feel they are able to go from partner to partner without feeling emotionally invested and ultimately hurt, they should go for it.
I used to be in love with Sandra Bullock when I was growing up.
Sandy B. was my girl. I remember seeing Speed when I was in seventh grade and just thinking, 'That's her.'
I wish you could see some of the girls I have genuinely had crushes on in my life. They're not the girls you would assume.
I don't know any form of art or entertainment that can affect people the way movies can. I know it sounds ridiculous, but they can change your world. They can change your views.
I weep at everything. I love things so much - I just never want to dilute that.
When you do one movie at a time, if one goes crazy and becomes successful, your life changes. But you can step back and catch your breath.
What if I couldn't handle people's opinions of me? I know that shouldn't dictate a person's degree of peace or happiness in life, but the problem is, I chose a business saturated in judgment.
Men and women aren't too dissimilar.
He doesn't have demons. He's not Batman, he doesn't struggle with inner turmoil. The nature of this character is that he puts himself last and helps the common good. So he could easily slip into a world of boredom, The blessing and curse of Captain America is that he doesn't have that fancy an ability. He doesn't live in another world, or turn green. He doesn't have bells and whistles, he doesn't shoot missiles. He punches and kicks.
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.
Every guy I know has some sort of freak injury in their body.
If your goal is to be the biggest movie star in the world, a 10-movie contract is gold. It was never my goal.
If you want to be around in 10 years you've got to do something to differentiate yourself from the pack.
The Internet is a big place where a lot of people can voice their opinions, and my mother chooses to pick fights with random people from all over the world who don't have the nicest things to say about me.
If your goal is to be the biggest movie star in the world, a 10-movie contract is gold. It was never my goal. Up until now, I made movies - and I have a nice house, a nice car. I'm fortunate, happy and grateful. Life is good.
I had no idea there were so many ways you could burn yourself out.
I love acting. It's my playground, it let's me explore. But my happiness in this world - my level of peace - is never going to be dictated by acting.
I emote. I love things so much.
When I found out I had to take off my shirt in 'Teen' movie, I panicked and hit the gym. I was like, 'It's going to be on film, documented, for my children to see. I can't be 140 pounds. I need to put on a little bit of muscle.'
What do I geek out about? What am I? Hmmm.
I love movies. I watch movies. I like big, sweeping epics, like Ed Zwick stuff: 'The Last Samurai,' 'Legends of the Fall,' 'Blood Diamond,' 'Glory.'
I weep at everything.
I'm not that great with press sometimes.
I am just enjoying my youth but I want to settle down eventually.
I hate myself in interviews. All of a sudden, you stop and you're like, 'Chris, how dare you?' I don't live in Darfur. I have both legs. But you can't walk around all the time being like, 'I'm so grateful I'm not in Darfur.'