Top 30 Chris Evans Movies



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Chris Evans has become one of the most cherished Hollywood stars in the past years.

This is mostly due to his role as Steve Rogers/Captain America in the Marvel movies.

But, his acting career is far richer than wielding the Cap’s shield.

If you want to take a look at his filmography, here you have a comprehensive list of all his movies available on streaming services globally.

Grab the popcorn and enjoy!

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1. Not Another Teen Movie (2001)

Comedy – 89 min.

Available on HBO Max (Latin America), Netflix (Canada, the US, India, France, Israel, Switzerland)

Not Another Teen Movie is Chris Evans’ debut role in a film. The movie is a parody of teen movies, a genre that was popular mainly in the 80s and the 90s.

The movie is set in a high school community where the head cheerleader Priscilla (Jaime Pressly) breaks up with her boyfriend Jake (Chris Evans), the popular guy and football player.

She ends up dating timid Austin (Eric Christian Olsen) to annoy Jake. Priscilla makes a bet with Austin to turn nerd Janey (Chyler Leigh) into the prom queen.

2. Cellular (2004)

Action, Crime, Suspense – 94 min.

Available on Netflix (Canada, Latin America, India), Paramount+ (Australia), Stan (Australia)

Directed by the late David R. Ellis (National Lampoon’s Vacation, Lethal Weapon, Patriot Games), Cellular is an action thriller that follows Ryan (Chris Evans), a young man who receives an emergency call on his cellphone by an older woman.

Kim Bassinger who plays the woman asks for help after affirming she has been kidnapped and her husband and son are in danger.

3. Fantastic Four (2005)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy – 106 min.

Available on Disney+ (Globally)

Before being Captain America, Chris Evans incarnated another Marvel hero: Johnny Storm/ Human Torch.

Fantastic Four is the Marvel-Fox era movie bringing to life this family of superheroes. A group of astronauts gain superpowers after being exposed to cosmic radiation.

Now they must use their newly-acquired abilities to defeat their worst enemy: Doctor Doom.

The cast is completed by Ioan Gruffudd Reed Richards/Mr Fantastic, Michael Chiklis as Ben Grimm/The Thing, Jessica Alba as Sue Storm/Invisible Woman, and Julian McMahon as Victor Von Doom.

4. London (2005)

Drama, Romance – 92 min.

Available on Prime Video (the US, Canada)

Starring Chris Evans, Jason Statham, Jessica Biel, Joy Bryant, Kelli Garner, and Isla Fisher, the film follows Syd (Evans) who is trying to get his girlfriend London (Biel) back while she’s at a party full of drugs and sex.

5. TMNT (2007)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 87 min.

Available on Netflix (Canada, Australia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, the US), HBO Max (the US)

This animated instalment in the TMNT franchise is a sequel to the live-action trilogy from the 90s.

When evil strikes, the four teenage turtles must overcome their differences to fight together again. The ensemble cast of voices includes Patrick Stewart as Winter, Mako as Splinter, Chris Evans as Casey Jones, Sarah Michelle Gellar as April O’Neil, and Laurence Fishburne as Narrator.

6. Sunshine (2007)

Sci-Fi, Suspense – 107 min.

Available on Disney+ (the UK, Australia, Canada, France)

In the year 2057, an international team of astronauts is sent on a dangerous mission to prevent the dying sun from extinction by throwing a nuclear bomb.

The cast is composed of Cillian Murphy, Chris Evans, Rose Byrne, Michelle Yeoh, Benedict Wong, Hiroyuki Sanada, and Mark Strong.

7. Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy – 92 min.

Available on Disney+ (Globally except for the US)

The Fantastic Four are back in this sequel as they discover they aren’t the only beings with superpowers.

When they meet the powerful Silver Surfer, it’s only the beginning of their greatest battle to save the earth from Galactus, a cosmic entity whose energy comes from devouring planets.

8. The Nanny Diaries (2007)

Comedy, Drama, Romance – 106 min.

Available on Stan (Australia), HBO Max (Latin America), Prime Video (Canada), Vudu (the US)

Before Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson became two iconic Marvel heroes, they were in love in this comedy about Annie, a nanny working for a rich New York family, who also tries to balance her life between her new romance and the brat she must take care of.

9. Street Kings (2008)

Action, Crime, Suspense – 109 min.

Available on Netflix (Latin America, Belgium, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, and Thailand), Prime Video (Latin America, Australia, Spain, the UK), IMDbTV (the US)

Directed by David Ayer (Harsh Times, Sabotage, Suicide Squad), Street Kings reunites a big cast including Keanu Reeves, Forest Whitaker, Hugh Laurie, Chris Evans, and Cedric the Entertainer among others.

Detective Tom Ludlow (Reeves) is still dealing with the grief for the death of his wife when he’s suspected of the murder of his partner.

10. The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (2008)

Drama, Romance – 102 mins.

Available on Vudu (the US), Prime Video (the UK)

Based on Tennessee Williams’ long-forgotten 1957 screenplay and starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Evans, this film is Jodie Markel’s directorial debut.

The story focuses on socialite heiress Fisher Willow (Howard), who returns to her home in Memphis after studying abroad.

Fisher is rebellious, and she doesn’t care about what society thinks about her behaviour. When she pays Jimmy (Evans) to be her escort in society’s parties, she will fall for him, but when a priceless diamond disappears, her world starts to crumble.

11. Push (2009)

Action, Sci-Fi, Suspense – 111 min.

Available on Netflix (Israel, Spain), HBO Max (Latin America), Prime Video (Latin America), Paramount+ (Latin America), Stan. (Australia)

Push is a superhero thriller starring Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning, Camilla Belle, and Djimon Hounsou.

The story focuses on a group of people with extraordinary abilities that join forces to stop a government agency that is doing experiments with a dangerous drug to enhance their powers and use them as a weapon.

12. The Losers (2010)

Action, Adventure, Crime – 97 min.

Available on Netflix (Canada), HBO Max (the US, Latin America), Prime Video (the UK)

Based on the Vertigo Comic of the same name and directed by French director Sylvain White, The Losers features an ensemble cast including Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Zoe Saldana, Chris Evans, and Idris Elba.

The story follows an elite black-ops team of United States Special Forces, who after being betrayed and presumed dead by their superiors decide to prepare an offensive against the agency.

13. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

Action, Comedy, Fantasy – 112 min.

Available on Binge (Australia), Peacock Premium (the US)

Directed, produced and co-written by Edgard Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver), this film is based on the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O’Malley.

Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) is a slacker musician trying to win a band competition to get a record deal while he’s fighting the seven evil exes of his girlfriend, Ramona Flowers.

14. Puncture

Biography, Drama – 100 min.

Available on Vudu (the US), Peacock Premium (the US), Paramount+ (Latin America), Prime Video (the UK)

Also known as Injustice in the UK, it’s an independent film based on the true story of Michael David “Mike” Weiss and Paul Danziger.

Mike Weiss (Chris Evans) is a young Houston lawyer and drug addict, and Paul Danziger, his best friend and law partner running together with the Danziger & Weiss law firm.

They accept the case of Vicky Rogers, an ER nurse who got infected with HIV on her job by being pricked by a contaminated needle. The case becomes a battle against a healthcare/pharmaceutical corporation while Mike deals with his inner demons as a consequence of his drug addiction.

15. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 124 min.

Available exclusively on Disney+ globally

Back when the MCU was still in diapers, Chris Evans was chosen as one of its most iconic heroes: Captain America.

The movie tells the origin of Steve Rogers as Captain America, after he was rejected as a soldier during WWII, and then accepts to be part of an experiment by taking a dose of the super-soldier serum.

The cast is completed by Hugo Weaving, Samuel L. Jackson, Hayley Atwell, Sebastian Stan, and Tommy Lee Jones.

16. What’s Your Number? (2011)

Comedy, Romance – 106 min.

Available on Netflix (Latin America, Europe, South Africa, Turkey, Malaysia, Israel, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Thailand), Prime Video (the UK, Latin America, Australia, Spain), Star+ (Latin America)

Based on the book 20 Times a Lady by Karyn Bosnak and starring Anna Faris and Chris Evans, the story follows Ally Darling (Faris), who remembers the last 19 men with whom she has a relationship and wonders if one of them could be her true love.

The cast also includes Chris Pratt, Zachary Quinto, Martin Freeman, Anthony Mackie, among others.

17. The Avengers (2012)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 143 min.

Available exclusively On Disney globally

The Earth Mightiest Heroes must join forces and learn to work together to stop Loki and his alien invasion.

The Avengers not only include a great ensemble of heroes but Hollywood stars as well, such as Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark / Iron Man), Chris Evans (Steve Rogers / Captain America), Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow), Jeremy Renner (Clint Barton / Hawkeye), Mark Ruffalo (
Bruce Banner / Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Tom Hiddleston (Loki).

18. The Iceman (2012)

Biography, Crime, Drama – 126 min.

Available on Netflix (Belgium), Peacock TV (the US), Vudu (the US), IMDbTV (the US), Prime Video (Canada)

The film tells the true story of hitman Richard Kuklinski. Directed by Israeli director Ariel Vromen, starring Michael Shannon as Kuklinski, Winona Ryder, Chris Evans, and Ray Liotta, the movie focuses on Kuklinski’s life as a professional killer and family man.

When he was arrested in 1986, his wife and daughters didn’t know about his real job.

19. Snowpiercer (2013)

Action, Sci-Fi, Suspense – 126 min.

Available on Netflix (Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Switzerland), Prime Video (Latin America, Australia, Canada, Spain, the UK, ), Stan. (Australia), Peacock TV (the US)

Based on the French graphic climate fiction novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette, and directed by Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho (The Host, Parasites), Snowpiercer is set in an apocalyptic future where a failed experiment to stop global warming finished with most of life on earth.

The Snowpiercer is a train with the last remnants of humankind divided into classes. The cast is completed with Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton, Ed Harris, John Hurt, and Olivia Spencer, among others.

20. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 136 min.

Available exclusively on Disney+ Globally

Steve Rogers is still getting used to living in a time that’s not his. Now he must team up with Black Widows to stop a menace from the past: a killer known as The Winter Soldier.

21. Before We Go (2014)

Comedy, Drama, Romance – 95 min.

Available on Vudu (the US), Stan. (Australia)

Before We Go is Chris Evans’ directorial debut. He also co-produced the film and stars in it along with Alice Eve (Iron Fist).

Brooke Dalton (Eve) is stuck in New York, and she needs to return to Boston before her husband gets home. She has been robbed, with no money and almost lost in the big city, she receives the help of a street musician (Evans).

During one night, the two strangers become friends, and other kinds of feelings will maybe flourish.

22. Playing It Cool (2014)

Comedy, Romance – 94 min.

Available on Prime Video (the UK, Canada), Binge (Australia), Stan. (Australia), Vudu (the US)

A screenwriter (Evans) aiming to write action flicks gets the job to write a romantic script. Due to conflictive experiences in his past, he doesn’t believe in love and writing romance is hard for him.

To avoid his writer’s block, he starts to talk with people about their experiences, trying to put himself in those stories.

The cast is completed by Michelle Monaghan, Aubrey Plaza, Luke Wilson, Anthony Mackie, and Ioan Gruffudd.

23. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 141 min.

Available exclusively on Disney+ globally

The Avengers are back to stop a failed experiment made by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner: Ultron.

Now Ultron, once conceived as a peaceful program, is corrupted and seeking to destroy the whole of humankind.

24. Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 147 min.

Available on Netflix (Canada), Disney+ globally except Canada

When the Avengers’ actions start having political consequences, Iron Man and Captain America choose different sides, and both see themselves fighting each other.

So, now the rest of the team must choose a side too.

25. Gifted (2017)

Drama – 101 mins.

Available on Star+ (Latin America), Stan. (Australia), Disney+ (Canada, Spain, Germany, Italy, the UK)

Frank (Chris Evans) is a single man raising Mary, his 7-year-old niece, who shows an incredibly gifted intellect.

When Mary’s gift is known, Frank must fight a custody battle against his mother and Mary’s grandma to keep the girl safe and raise her as he promised to his sister.

26. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 149 min.

Available exclusively on Disney+ globally

The greatest battle for the Avengers has begun. Thanos has started his path of doom and destruction, and the fate of the universe is in the hands of the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.

Now, they must join forces with other heroes across the galaxy and the universe to stop the imminent end.

27. Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Action, Adventure, Drama – 181 min.

Available exclusively on Disney+ globally

After the events of Avengers: Infinity War, the world is not the same, and the surviving Avengers must gather strength to fight for the chance of changing things back.

28. The Red Sea Diving Resort (2019)

Drama, History, Suspense – 129 min.

Netflix Globally

A Netflix original film inspired by the true events of Israel’s Operation Moses and Operation Joshua during the 80s.

Ari Levenson (Chris Evans) is a Mossad agent in charge of a covert mission to rescue Jewish-Ethiopian refugees who have been persecuted in Sudan, Africa, and take them safely to Israel.

29. Knives Out (2019)

Comedy, Crime, Drama – 130 min.

Available on Netflix (Australia), Prime Video (Latin America), Binge (Australia)

An eccentric and troubled family faces the death of their patriarch in suspicious circumstances, and a detective must investigate it.

The ensemble cast is composed of Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, Christopher Plummer, and Jaeden Martell.

30. Defending Jacob (2020)

Crime, Drama, Mystery – TV Mini-Series – 8 episodes.

Available on AppleTV+ Globally

Based on the best-seller of the same name written by William Landay, this mini-series was produced by AppleTV+.

Andy Barber (Chris Evans) is a successful lawyer whose life falls apart when his teenage son Jacob (Jaeden Martell) is accused of murdering another boy.


Chris Evans is a dear Hollywood star. His fame and love from the fans are mostly due to his role of Steve Rogers / Captain America in the MCU.

However, Evans has a great filmography, including a directorial debut and starring in diverse roles for different genres.

If you want to discover Chris Evans beyond his superhero profile, then you can explore his filmography.

Since all these movies aren’t available in all regions and streaming services, you may need the help of a VPN to access some of them.

Don’t hesitate in checking our dedicated guides about unblocking different streaming services and countries.

Happy binging!

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