'Lightyear' star Chris Evans' hottest on-screen moments over the years

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Chris Evans is the voice of Buzz Lightyear in Disney’s “Toy Story” spinoff “Lightyear,” which opens in theaters on June 17, 2022. There’s just one problem with the upcoming cartoon: The handsome “Avengers” actor won’t appear in it on camera! In honor of Chris’s first big voice-acting gig in 15 years, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at his hottest on-screen moments, starting with this shot that’s sure to make your jaw drop… Chris Evans stripped down to show Steve Rogers’ transformation into a super soldier in 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger.”

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Chris Evans’ on-screen alter ego had a very bad day at the beach in the 2004 action flick “Cellular” — which was very good news for us!

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Chris Evans shed his shirt to play real-life lawyer Michael David Weiss in 2011’s “Puncture,” which is based on a true story.

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When Chris Evans returned to the role of Steve Rogers in 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” we weren’t sure what we appreciated more: his baby blues or his muscular shoulders!

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Chris Evans raised temperatures — literally! — as Johnny Storm in 2005’s “Fantastic Four.”

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Iconic! Chris Evans scored his first major breakthrough when he was cast as Jake Wyler opposite Chyler Leigh as Janey Briggs in 2001’s “Not Another Teen Movie.” He won teen hearts across the globe when he spoofed “Varsity Blues” — specifically Ali Larter’s unforgettable whipped cream bikini from the football flick — in the parody of ’80s and ’90s high school rom-coms.

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Chris Evans’ biceps practically bulged out of his plain white tee when he returned to the role of Steve Rogers alongside Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury in 2012’s “The Avengers.”

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Chris Evans’ on-screen alter ego in the 2007 indie drama “Fierce People” was truly despicable. His shirtless bod, however, was quite nice!

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Chris Evans delighted fans when he donned a blue spandex suit to play Johnny Storm in 2005’s “Fantastic Four.”

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Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers sported a fantastically clingy T-shirt while exercising with Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson in 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”

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After transforming into the Human Torch in 2005’s “Fantastic Four,” Chris Evans’ Johnny Storm sported a tattered tee that left part of his toned torso exposed.

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The sweater that won a million hearts! Chris Evans charmed as Ransom Drysdale in the 2019 murder-mystery movie “Knives Out.”

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We love a man in uniform! So did Hayley Atwell’s Agent Peggy Carter, who quickly fell for Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers in 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger.”

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It’s no wonder Chris Evans looked possibly the best yet while starring opposite Alice Eve in 2015’s “Before We Go.” The romantic drama marked the A-list actor’s directorial debut!

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In 2017’s “Gifted,” Chris Evans sported yet another simple tee that accentuated his well-formed biceps.

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Chris Evans looked ruggedly handsome as a weathered version of Steve Rogers in 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”

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Who doesn’t love a man who’s good with kids?! Chris Evans had an adorable moment with pint-sized co-star Mckenna Grace, who portrayed his character’s niece, in 2017’s “Gifted.”

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Chris Evans wielded a crossbow like a bespectacled Cupid ready to shoot us through the heart in 2010’s “The Losers.” (He starred as computer hacker Captain Jake Jensen in the big-screen adaptation of the comic book series of the same name.)

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Has a simple black long-sleeved tee ever looked so good?! Chris Evans smoldered as Steve Rogers in 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War.”

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Free licks? You don’t have to tell us twice! Chris Evans was the super-hot playboy next door in 2011’s “What’s Your Number?”

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We wanted to run our fingers through Chris Evans’ hair when he portrayed an Israeli Mossad agent alongside Haley Bennett in the 2019 spy thriller “The Red Sea Diving Resort.”

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Hey, there’s a reason why Chris Evans was cast as the archetypal high school rom-com heartthrob in 2001’s “Not Another Teen Movie.”
























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