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Captain America swings the dance leg: actor Chris Evans will hatch in a new project in the role of legendary Hollywood star Gene Kelly.
He was "an American in Paris" and danced in "You should be my lucky star": actor, dancers and singer Gene Kelly is a cult. Now Chris Evans, especially known as "Captain America" from the Marvel films, should embody the legendary Hollywood star.
, as the industry magazine "Deadline" reports, Evans will take over the role in a new project. Also idea to the film should come from the 40-year-old. In the strip it should be about a 12-year-old boy who works in 1952 on the film grounds of the production company MGM. He begins to think out an imaginary friendship with Kelly while this turns a new movie there.
Chris Evans, who was last in 2019 in "Knives Out - Murder is a family matter" in a lead role on the cinema wall, is also acting as a producer of the film in addition to Mark Kassen. Gene Kelly gained great celebrity, especially as actors and dancers in musical films. In 1952 he was honored with a Ehrenoscar for "his versatility as an actor, singer, director and dancer".
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