Chris Evans has a new interview with Flicks and Bits talking about his time shooting the Avengers, in promotion for the Avengers DVD and Blu-ray release on September 25th. He talks about shooting the big fight scene in the woods, as well as all the behind the scenes material that will be on the DVD.
When talking about the fight scene, he says, “That was a big one for me, that was the first time I saw Chris Hemsworth in his Thor cape, the first time I saw Robert Downey Jr in the Iron Man suit – and I had literally just seen ‘Thor’ a couple of days prior. So it was exciting. It was a night time shoot, we were in the woods and….I don’t know, there was something about being outside at night, in the cold, it felt like a real fight scene was about to happen. Seeing these guys all suited up, I felt like a little kid.”
He also talks about the behind the scenes extras, saying, “That was a funny thing about movies like this, there’s always B-camera’s sitting around. For people that don’t know what B-camera’s are, a lot of times on films they’ll let the actors know ahead of time, “Tomorrow there will be a B-camera.” And some guy on a little video camera would be filming behind-the-scenes stuff. On films of ‘The Avengers’ magnitude there’s a B-camera everyday. You’d see some guy videotaping us. I’m sure there are going to be great moments caught on tape between the banter and the in-between joking that happened among the cast (laughs).”
Evans recently talked about how he’d love to make a cameo appearance in Thor 2 (http://www.fansshare.com/news/chris-evans-says-he-would-love-to-make-little-cameo-for-thor-sequel/#.UGU8R03R6kM)