It might be time creators launched a new Marvel edition of Love Island, because Captain America is looking for love.
In all seriousness though, Chris Evans has opened up – quite endearingly, might we add – about how he’s keen to finally settle down with someone for good.
The whole admission came out by surprise, while Evans, 41, was giving an interview with his The Gray Man co-star Ana de Armas.
When asked by Shondaland Media if there has ever been anything he’s felt “laser-focussed” on, or obsessed by, Evans took a second to think.
You can watch the video above.
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After a brief pause, he said: “The answer would be that maybe [I’m] laser-focused on finding a partner, you know, someone that you want to live with.”
The actor appears quite shy in the clip and almost apprehensive about explaining his thoughts, but he continues.
“I mean, look – I love what I do. It’s great; I pour all of myself into it,” he explains.
“But…even this industry is full of pockets of doubt, hesitation, and recalibration in terms of really trying to find someone that you really can pour all of yourself into.”
He added, “Maybe it’s about trying to find someone that you’re looking to spend your life with. Yes, so maybe it’s that.”
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Evans’ last public and serious relationship was with comedian and Parks and Recreation actress Jenny Slate, who he dated on and off from 2016 until 2018.
While he has been dating since their split, Evans is yet to find the one.
Prior to Slate, the Marvel actor has had quite a few attempts at love.
One of his most high-profile relationships was with Jessica Biel, who he dated from 2001 to 2006.
After their split, Biel went on to date, and marry Justin Timberlake.
Evans has also been linked to The Addams Family‘s Christina Ricci, who he dated in 2007, and Emily in Paris actress Lily Collins in 2015.
After his split from Slate in 2018, Evans opened up about his hopes to start a family.
“I definitely want children,” he told USA Today.
“The family only works if it’s built off the extension of the love you feel for a person.
He added: “If you all of a sudden want the kid more than you want the relationship, you may be on shaky ground.”