John Krasinski is one of the most iconic actors and filmmakers of our generation. He has featured in some of the most iconic roles from Jim Halpert in The Office to Jack Ryan in the web series Jack Ryan. Even though John Krasinski has featured as the most talented characters in the successful movies and television series, he still seems to be bitter about one thing.

Chris Evans Stole My Role


Chris Evans Stole My Role
John Krasinski accuses Chris Evans of Stealing his Role for Captain America.

In order to celebrate his 40th birthday, John Krasinski decided to launch a campaign on Venmo. This campaign is to raise money for the non-profit organization Family Reach. Family Reach will raise financial funds for families of cancer patients. Krasinski also used his birthday as an opportunity to call out Chris Evans to donate to the cause. Though he calls out Evans in a funny way. This is because John is expecting repayment for the time Evans took the job of Captain America away from him. John uses his Twitter to tweet the following calling out Chris:

Chris Evans Responds

Chris Evans proves to be perfect for the role of Captain America due to his response. Our beloved Steve Rogers takes this opportunity to support the losing party. Evans supports John in the Steve Rogers acting contest because that’s exactly what Captain America would do. Chris Evans used his Twitter to reach out to John Krasinski in the following tweet:

John Krasinski was celebrating the birthday of his beloved wife Emily Blunt when he received the news. My agent called and said, “They’re going to go with Chris Evans, “Krasinski said during an interview with Variety.” “And I remember I said, ‘Yeah, look at him. He’s Captain America.”

John Krasinski said that Blunt offered to cancel their dinner plans after the casting revelation. However, John understood that the right man was selected for the job. He told his wife, “It’s Chris Evans. Of course we’re going to dinner.”

Source: Comicbook, EnterpriserSuite 

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