Chris Evans, accompanied by plenty of pups and dogs. It doesn’t get much better than that, does it? Evans tried very hard to give an interview with BuzzFeed Celeb, but the attention and enthusiasm were too much for him. As he tried to make comments about his new Disney Pixar picture, he was quickly and hilariously captivated by several pups and older dogs. In this cute interview, he offered some unexpected responses, such as who he would cast to represent himself in a biopic. Here are the specifics:
All about the Chris Evans Puppy interview:
Chris Evans used a puppy-themed interview to emphasize the necessity of caring for older canines. Buzzfeed’s famed “puppy interview,” in which celebs discuss things while snuggling with puppies, featured the Lightyear star. Evans told about how he got his own dog, Dodger, as a full-grown doggie after cuddling and interacting with a litter of puppies. He said: “I always thought when I adopted a dog or rescued a dog, it would be a little puppy. Dodger was a full-grown dog. It wasn’t the story I had in my mind, but it ended up being the best decision of my life. I just think a lot of adult dogs and older dogs get overlooked, and that’s a shame”.
“Thanks for letting me bring in some older pups, Buzzfeed!” he subsequently tweeted, emphasizing that it was the ‘greatest interview ever!’. “They deserve all the love and attention too”.
Who would be cast in Chris Evans’s biopic:
Evans delivered an unexpected reaction when asked who actor he would prefer to play himself in a movie. With a cheeky smile, Evans said, “Let’s cast Adam Driver and see what he does!” During the BuzzFeed interview, the Lightyear star was frequently more interested in the pups he was engaging with than the topics posed to him. BuzzFeed also asked who he might choose to portray his brother, Scott Evans, recently cast in Warner Bros.’ next Barbie film. “And who would I cast to play Scott?” exclaimed Evans. “God, that’s a good question. I don’t know, I think only Scott can play Scott”.
For most fans, Adam Driver isn’t the first guy who springs to mind as an alternative for Chris Evans. Apart from his portrayal as Kylo Ren in Star Wars, Driver is best renowned for his striking efforts in character-driven independent movies. Evans, on the other hand, is widely seen as the epitome of the all-American superhero with the boy-next-door good genes in his role as Captain America. Whether Evans was genuinely stating about his potential Driver casting will never be understood, but it’s a fascinating possibility to consider.