Chris Evans is not backing down from critics of MCU and shows support for comic book movies.

At Emerald City Comic Con 2024, Evans defended the cinematic value of comic book adaptations. He countered criticisms that label them as something less than true cinema. Evans emphasized that MCU films deserve recognition as “objectively phenomenal films.” He highlighted the forthcoming 2024 MCU release, “Deadpool & Wolverine,” as an anticipated addition to the franchise's roster.

Chris Evans responded to critics of MCU with an appreciation for movies produced in the Marvel Studios. He believes they consistently deliver thrilling and emotionally resonant movies. From the epic Infinity Saga to the current Multiverse Saga, Marvel has deftly explored diverse genres within its shared universe, earning both critical acclaim and box office success.

More than that, Evans highlighted the emotional depth and character-driven narratives that have propelled MCU films to prominence. With examples like “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” “Avengers: Endgame,” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”

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