Chris Evans (Captain America) has been working on the set of The Avengers in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his co-stars, Chris Hemsworth, (Thor) Robert Downey Jr., (Iron Man) and Mark Ruffalo, (Bruce Banner) among others.
Evans recently spoke with MTV about his experiences on set. Speaking on how director, Joss Whedon is dealing with so many big-name characters at once, he said:
“It’s not an easy task for Joss to incorporate all of these characters, and not only is he doing a fantastic job, but everyone is just getting along so well.”
Evans also admitted to unleashing his inner fan-boy when seeing his co-stars in their heroic attire. He said:
“I seen Hemsworth with the cape and Downey with the suit, and it’s the first time I’ve really kind of geeked out.”
Much to the dismay of the studios, much of the key points of The Avengers have come out. It’s known that Loki, who was played by Tom Hiddleston in Thor, will return for the ensemble film as one of its main villains. He will be aided by the power of the Cosmic Cube as well as his new associates, the alien species known as the Skrull. Latino Review also broke the story that the mighty villain, Thanos will play his part.
With Joss Whedon at the helm, “The Avengers” is set to be one of the first big films of next year’s summer season with a release date of May 4, 2012. (Source)