Chris Evans ready to settle down

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He used to be a true party animal, but these days Chris Evans has something else on his mind. The 32-year-old actor admits he is ready to start a family as he doesn’t want to regret missing out on those things later.

He told the new issue of Glamour U.K.: ”I want to get married, though I want children–to me that’s the ultimate thing. When you’re old and on your death bed, looking back at your life it’s not going to be the films you’ve made or what you’ve accomplished, it’s the relationships you have. You’re survived by things that matter–the people you love and those who love you back.”

Evans was once a regular on the Hollywood party scene, but now his idea of having fun has changed. The Captain America star says he would rather relax at home than go to a club.


”In your twenties you think, ‘How will I ever not like going out?’. You have drinks, buddies, music–great! But in the last two or three years, I go to a club and I kind of wish I was home. My idea of a good time has evolved a bit, so a night out with me might not be as exciting as it might have been a couple of years ago,” he explained.

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4 responses to “Chris Evans ready to settle down”

  1. Nina says:

    I am glad to find out that Chris Evans is a thinking man. He has the right values in life and I am sure he will find the one he would love to marry and have kids with. The captor is just perfect age for the babies and I am sure they will turn as beautiful as their father and as talented as him, indeed finally what matters is you family and the trace you have left on earth and it keeps on living in your kids and less in the movies you have left after you. The part of you will always live in your ancestors. So, the best way to spend your old age is watching your children and grandchildren enjoying life and making you happy.

  2. Eva says:

    Ha ha, I guess this is exactly what people mean about becoming wiser, my mom keeps always bugging me with the same thing. She keeps asking me when will you already get mature and forget about the silly things that do not have any value. Hopefully one day. Anyways sooner or later I will. I am sure I would be able to forget about all kind of parties for someone like Chris Evans, he is smocking hot, and I love his smile and charismatic character, he is one of those people who are capturing your attention without even doing a lot of things, this is the kind of people I enjoy being with, as I start yawning with the boring ones. Hmm, I guess all the normal people are behaving same as me, but I am simply not hiding it, like the majority of people do :), my motto is this the real me, so learn it, live it, love it as I will not change.

  3. Aphrodite says:

    Chris Evans is just wonderful, he is probably every woman’s dream, and honestly speaking before reading this article I didn’t even know that he used to be such a party person, while looking at him I get only perception that he is a very calm and nice person, but now I realize that he really is a good character, as can look so calm while being very mischievous in the bottom of his soul. I like that. I like when people represent much more by their nature and character than they are showing, this is the trick, to make people wish to discover you, and your nature. I am an adventurous person, and these kinds of challenges were always waking the instinct of hunter in me. and on a more serious note I should say that it is good Chris realized it is time to grow up now, it means that he really has the right order of priorities in his head. It is sad that nowadays people mix such things as working in order to live, with live in order to work; only two same words are changing places in the sentence, but the whole meaning is being changed.

  4. Valeria says:

    It is good that at least one of the young actors is thinking in a right way, I am proud of Chris Evans, as he set the right system of the values in his head. Carrier is a good thing, especially for a man, carrier and ambitions are supposed to be very important, but it should always be on the second place after the family, as there is nothing more important and valuable in each person’s life, and it is a real pity that not every person is able to understand that. I perfectly see, that now men mostly realize how important family is, and that they have chosen the wrong thing (carrier) in their life, when it is already too late. Some people say that it is never too late to do the right thing if you realized that you were wrong, but I disagree with that, some things just have their certain time, and later there simply is no sense to do it. Like for example family. If you haven’t made it until forty, than there is no use to try creating it later, as having a child later will mean that you are raising not a son or daughter, but more a grandson or granddaughter, that will mean that the age difference as well as interests and views about life are completely different, what good may be out of something like that?