AceShowbiz - Some fans may want to see all Marvel's movie's behind-the-screen clips, including the trainings footage, and Chris Evans fulfills their wishes. Ahead of "Avengers: Infinity War" premiere, he shares on Twitter four training clips that he and several other actors underwent during the filming of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier". He intends to get fans even more hyped for the upcoming "Avengers" movie.
In the first post, he shares a clip of him practicing a fight scene he has against the Winter Soldier, played by Sebastian Stan. The clip sees a fight choreographer standing in for the Winter Soldier and he moves forward with a knife in tow. The clip sees Chris and the other man making a series of steps. It ends with Chris pushing his enemy backwards. He captions it, "In honor of Infinity War coming out next week, here are a few videos I found from 2013 while prepping for The Winter Soldier."
In honor of Infinity War coming out next week, here are a few videos I found from 2013 while prepping for The Winter Soldier. pic.twitter.com/TFur0vZs3M— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) April 19, 2018
The second video features Chris wearing a blue T-shirt, black-and-white training pants and a pair of blue shoes. He practices another fight scene alone. "Elevator...." he captions it.
Elevator.... pic.twitter.com/f3qi6OBgG6— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) April 19, 2018
The third video features Chris wearing a black T-shirt, joined by several other men. They practice a fight scene in which Captain America battles several troops. The video sees that a man quickly grabs him on the neck, while other men try to attack him. Being in a difficult situation, Captain America still manages to fight all of them back.
The last video sees Chris wearing the same black T-shirt. He defends himself against all troops. Only this time, he fights with only one arm as the other arm is incapacitated during that fighting scene in the movie.
Although all videos do not see Chris in iconic Captain America costume, the practices are still awesomely impressive to watch.
"Anytime you do a fight scene with Frank Grillo, you are going home with bumps, and bruises and injuries," he told Variety in 2014. "It's supposed to be movie fights. It's supposed to be stunt fights. I would watch it happen. The stuntman would say, 'OK, let's map it out. 50 percent, 50 percent!' "
Fans will see the return of Captain America and other Avengers in upcoming "Avengers: Infinity War" that will hit U.S. theaters on April 27.