Why Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans were NOT allowed to do Endgame promotions together

Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans who played Thor and Captain America respectively in Avengers: Endgame share a very brotherly bond. Recently in an interview, Hemsworth revealed why he and Chris Evans were not allowed to do Avengers: Endgame promotions together and the reason is pretty hilarious

Why Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans were NOT allowed to do Endgame promotions together Why Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans were NOT allowed to do Endgame promotions together Source : Press

Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth share such a close bond due to their Avengers tenure, seems like it may have worked against them. Hemsworth who is on the latest Chris Hemsworth spoke about his role as Thor for almost ten years. Speaking about Evans, who plays Captain America, he revealed how they weren't allowed to do press together because they grew so close.

He revealed how there is a mentor-like element that he shares with Downey while he shares an incredible friendship with Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo. But with Chris Evans, revealed that he shares a real brotherly bond. He also stated that he thinks the makers of Endgame didn't pair them together on a press tour, because they just spent their whole time screwing around and none of it is was ever on the topic.

Evan's who was also asked about the same said it's true. He said, "Which is such bulls-! We had too much fun together, and truly like kids in school, we were separated because we weren't getting s- done." He further added, "I would love to do one of those '80s buddy comedies, where we could shed the characters we are known for."

This is not the first time Hemsworth and Evans discussed their friendship. In an interview in April, Hemsworth and Evans recalled how the two met at a club New York City 10 years ago. Hemsworth said, "I think I went out and you'd just done your movie ['Captain America: The First Avenger'], I was training for "Thor" and someone introduced us. We got home [at] about 7 the next morning." He continued: "We were like, 'Cool, working together will be easy then. That's the way it's been across the Marvel landscape. It's always felt like [an] old hat with the cast." Even Evans in his 2015 interview with Esquire revealed how Hemsworth is "like a brother" to him.