Chris Evans promises his Disneyland photos aren’t photoshopped


Imagine Chris Evans in all his humility, sitting at home, scrolling through recent photos he took at Disneyland, when he suddenly realizes that something in the pictures looked super odd and eerily similar. In the age of celebrities with their Photoshop failures, Evans took to social media to make sure we knew the crucial truth. No, he didn’t photoshop his awkward photos. And there’s a perfectly relatable and amusing reason why the pictures look alike.

In a recent Twitter post Just a day before his 41st birthday, Evans re-tweeted Pixar’s side-by-side images at Disneyland to promote his role in the upcoming movie. Light year. In one photo, Evans stood out in front of a group of beloveds toy story characters, and in another he is flanked by world-famous mice, Mickey and Minnie. But what the two photos oddly shared in common was the way Evans posed in identical positions, his hands shoved into the pockets of his jeans. The images look so similar, in fact, that it would be easy to think they were altered. But let Captain America save us from these false assumptions and assure everyone that such photo manipulation is not the case.

“I promise I’m not photoshopped in these! I just have a very disciplined pose. (And I don’t know what to do with my hands),” Evans tweeted.

With over 300,000 likes and counting, the internet loves Evans’ smarts. Of course, this is not the first time that Knives out star showed off her social media savvy personality. When singer Lizzo joked about having her baby and even brought up those pregnancy rumors on SNL, Evans came back with the perfect response: “Hi! I just heard about our little bundle of joy; my mom will be so happy, lol. (Just promise me not to gender reveal lol).

He also had choice words for Piers Morgan, who was looking for men to carry. “You really have to be so unsure of your own masculinity to care about how another man carries his child. Any man who wastes time quantifying masculinity is terrified on the inside,” Evans applauded on Twitter and tweeted. put the Brit in his place.

So the lesson here is that Chris Evans is an exemplary social media user. He knows how to be cute and engage in flirtation on Twitter, while eliminating toxic masculinity. And the actor is even willing to troll himself if the opportunity arises, like taking weird photos at the happiest place on earth or accidentally sharing nudes of yourself online.

Now that this awfully important photography controversy has been addressed by the actor himself, let’s get back to our regular Instagram lineup of Chris Evans and some puppies:


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