Chris Evans – almost as famous as his acting for his love of the New England Patriots – could break the link with Tom Brady due to the quarterback's connection with President Donald Trump.
The Captain America Star, pronounced for progressive reasons, was asked by the Hollywood Reporter in a cover story published Wednesday, whether he would consider Brady to play a possible biography , The actor more or less dismissed the idea, saying he was so uncomfortable with the Super Bowl winner's infamous friendship with Trump that he might be turned away by the quarterback.
"I really hope he's not a Trump fan," Evans said. "I just hope he's one of the guys who might have supported him and now regret it. Maybe he thought it would be different ̵
" If he's still on this Trump turn, "Evans added," I may have to break the tie. That's really hard.
Brady was repeatedly questioned about his support for Trump during the 2016 campaign, when reporters discovered a make-hat hat in the quarterback's locker. "He's a good friend of mine," said Brady of the controversial future president. "I've known him for a long time. I support all my friends.
Brady has dealt with questions about his policy, but said in 2015 that it would be "great" if his golfing colleague won. Trump, who apparently tried to build Brady together with his daughter Ivanka, accepted the approval at some point.
"A great honor from someone who knows how to win!" Trump tweeted at that time.
It's not clear where the Brady-Trump relationship is now, but patriot owner Robert Kraft is also known to be friends with the president.
Evans, a Bostoner, is known for his Patriots fandom. He has narrated two separate documentary films about the team in which the seasons of 2014 and 2016 were recorded and in 19459006 he was publicly talked about his love for Brady and the team.
But the actor, whose Avengers: Endgame will hit the cinemas next month, said in the interview released Wednesday that he may no longer "shut down" the quarterback's friendship with Trump.
"I think a couple of years ago I might have tried to do some mental gymnastics in the department, but I do not know if I can do more," Evans said. "I just hope he woke up."