Chris Evans Reveals Which Knives Out Co-Star Made Him Break Character The Most, And It Might Surprise You

Filmmaker Rian Johnson has been on a roll lately, thanks to his work on high profile projects like Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the Knives Out franchise. The latter began with the 2019 original movie, and was expanded when Glass Onion arrived on Netflix. Both of his Knives Out movies feature stellar casts, led by Daniel Craig. The original also features Chris Evans as the villainous Ransom Drysdale. And the Marvel alum recently revealed which co-star made him break character the most… and it might surprise you.

The Knives Out cast was killer (pun intended), and featured iconic performances from the likes of Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Colette, and Ana de Armas. Despite the murder mystery the franchise is also very much a comedy, with plenty of funny moments in each of the two movies so far. Chris Evans recently spoke to GQ about his career, and shared how Michael Shannon actually had him in stitches when filming. As he put it,

I have such a love for Michael Shannon. I just think he’s the funniest guy. I don’t think anyone realizes how he’s so dry and so sharp and he knows he’s funny, too. He makes these like, kind of quiet side comments and just has the littlest smirk on his face. So that scene we’re doing … he’s shoving the cookies in my face and screaming, it took all of me not to break. He’s just very committed. Absolutely hilarious. So that might be my favorite scene.

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Chris Evans Reveals Which Knives Out Co-Star Made Him Break Character The Most, And It Might Surprise You