At the Captain America: Civil War premiere in Britain, Chris Evans seemed to be mesmerized by Elizabeth Olsen’s dress or perhaps it was what was popping out of her dress — her breasts. Judging from the photo, Captain America has completely forgotten his comrades, the cameras, and his fans and was completely captivated by Olsen’s cleavage.
Olsen and Evans were joined at the premiere in Britain by their Captain America: Civil War costars Robert Downey Jr., Anthony Mackie, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Emily VanCamp, Paul Bettany, and Daniel Bruhl. Olsen wore a ruched white, Alexander McQueen gown that was low-cut and accentuated by a low-hanging necklace that drew further attention to her cleavage. Evans wasn’t the only one impressed with her style; she made the best-dressed list on HuffPost Style and kudos to her for wearing a British designer to the Captain America: Civil War premiere.
Elizabeth’s choice was super sexy while maintaining a level of sophistication. The dress would have been too conservative without the slit of skin. Elizabeth may not be quite as shy as her siblings Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, but she is also uncomfortable in public, especially social media, according to the Inquisitr. Still, her fashion sense appears to be very different from her older sisters who wouldn’t be caught dead in Elizabeth’s gown, according to HuffPost Style.
Recently, Chris Evans and Elizabeth Olsen were on the Ellen DeGeneres Show showing off their goofy side. They clearly have a great rapport, which is great because they still have two more movies, Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1 and Avengers: Infinity War – Part 2, to make.
There is no doubt that Chris Evans is going to catch some heat over the photo and responses from social media are anticipated. If the late night comedians don’t jump on this, it will be a miracle. Olsen is probably accustomed to her costar’s antics, in addition to being a co-conspirator.
— Lizzie Olsen News (@ElizabethOIsen) May 1, 2016
Both stars have a great deal to smile about because Captain America: Civil War is enjoying amazing ticket sales overseas, racking in over $200 million in sales so far this weekend, and there is no reason to believe that it won’t be just as successful when it opens domestically on May 6.
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