'Captain America' star Chris Evans reveals his ideal Valentine's Day date
By CHELSEA HUANG
Ladies and gents, rejoice! We finally know what a hot V-Day date with Captain America might look like.
Chris Evans recently dished to AOL about his ideal Valentine's Day, a holiday he says he's not intimidated by -- and it involves two long hours of ... what else? Movie watching.
"I guess it depends on who you're with, but there's gotta be a movie in there somewhere. It doesnt have to be the whole date, but part of the date definitely has to be a movie."
The sexy flick he has in mind? 1994 epic "Legends of the Fall."
"That movie really covers all bases. It's my favorite war movie, it's my favorite family movie, it's my favorite romance, it's all there."
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It's been 15 years since Evans became a major heartthrob in the early 2000s for his work in TV series "Opposite Sex" and the popular teen flick "Not Another Teen Movie," and the actor, 34, says he's starting feel his age creep up on him. In addition to his New Year's resolution to stretch more, the buff star revealed his simple grooming routine has a new addition.
"I think any guy will tell ya, the older you get, the more you gotta make sure you're on top of random hairs. That just happens as a man. Sometimes when you talk to a man, you'll see nose hairs creeping out. That's just unacceptable. You gotta stay on top of that," he said.
That, and cologne. The actor recently teamed up with Gucci for the launch of their new Gucci Guilty Eeau fragrance, which hits department store shelves this month.
"I like my cologne," he said. "I think it's maybe silly that a man shouldn't wear cologne. These are kind of silly, possibly archaic thoughts on what a man should and shouldn't do."
In case you were also wondering what Captain America smells like, now you know: a lemon and bergamot blend with a noble woody orris and hints of patchouli and musk.
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