(The Federalist) -- Let me tell you about Chris Evans. Chris is a famous Hollywood actor—a large, muscular fellow who has made quite a name for himself playing a leading role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. You’ve probably seen him in the two Avengers movies, but he’s played in many other films. For example, he starred in “Cabin In the Woods,” “Snow White and the Huntsman,” and the recently released “In the Heart of the Sea.” Nevertheless, big fans of comic book movies are probably most excited about him reprising his role as Odin’s son in “Thor: Ragnarok” and “Avengers: Infinity War.”
Now, anybody who follows contemporary cinema will tell you that, while I started off okay, it quickly became apparent that I had the wrong guy. Despite my initial claim, I was not telling you about Chris Evans at all; I was telling you about Chris Hemsworth. Chris Evans is indeed a famous Hollywood actor with a superhero physique and roles both in and out of the Marvel films, but he plays Captain America rather than Hemsworth’s Thor. While you might remember him from such films as “Snowpiercer” and “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” he was not in the others I listed.