After all, it was not just Chris Pratt making illegal videos: Chris Evans also has one of the shooting of "Avengers: Endgame".
A few days after the film's premiere and seeming to share the spirit of its "Star-Lord" Peter Quill of "Guardians of the Galaxy," the actor shared the behind-the-scenes footage, first contradicting Marvel's ban on the presence of mobile phones in the and then the release of unauthorized material.
This Monday, Chris Evans also shared his video with pictures of actors in confraternization, including Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo, Pom Klementieff and especially Chris Hemsworth in a robe saying an obvious "F-off" to the camera.
Following his Captain America's "cleanest" spirit, Chris Evans waited for the upper bound: "Video ban has been lifted. I guess I'm not the only one to break the rules on this day of shooting."
This weekend, "Avengers: Endgame" surpassed two million dollars and passed "Titanic" to become the second most profitable film ever (not counting inflation), having now only in front of it "Avatar", of James Cameron.