Chris Evans is no stranger when it comes to stepping into the superhero suit as Captain America.
And as hype builds around his sixth appearance in the role, he spoke Australian radio host, Kent ‘Smallzy’ Small about which mementos he took home from the set of Captain America: Civil War.
The 34-year-old action star revealed in an interview on Friday’s Smallzy’s Surgery on NovaFM: ‘They gave me a shield, one of those little headpieces that you wear’.
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Mementos: Chris Evans revealed in an Australian radio interview on Friday which mementos he took home from the set of Captain America: Civil War
Smallzy cheekily asked if there was anything else that he took home from the set that no-one knew about.
‘Nah, I know a lot of actors that have, but I’ve never really thought about it,’ the Hollywood actor explained.
The radio host was full of praise for the latest film in the wildly successful Marvel franchise, although Chris wasn’t exactly on the same page.
Chris explained: ‘My personal favourite would be Captain America: Winter Soldier, but this one is a very close second’.
Special memories: The 34-year-old action star revealed he got a shield and headpiece to keep after filming
Ranking the films: The action hero star explained that his favourite film in the franchise was Captain America: Winter Soldier but the latest is a close second
After so many appearances as the Marvel saviour, he admitted he knows how to get into the extremely fitted suit in around 10 minutes, and out of it in even less time.
The film is the sequel to 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger and 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The plot centres around political interference in the Avengers’ activities, causing a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man.
Dramatic: The plot centres around political interference in the Avengers’ activities, causing a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man
New government laws being introduced to regulate superheroes divide the entire team into two factions; one lead by Captain America who resists it, the other by Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man, who wants to enforce it.
According to Cinema Blend, Chris has thought about his future with the Marvel franchise and has said: ‘I am gonna try and focus on directing a bit more, but by no means am I done acting.
‘And if they’d have me back, yeah, I’d probably consider it,’ and is currently contracted to stay as Captain America until 2017.
Captain America: Civil War is set for release in cinemas across Australia on April 28.
Coming soon: Captain America: Civil War is set for release in cinemas across Australia on April 28
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