Chris Evans discloses his sweet childhood aspiration before becoming a MCU hero

When promoting his current film Chris Evans stated that acting was not his first choice as a child.

Chris Evans, who plays Buzz Lightyear in the film Toy Story 3, has shared his boyhood dreams before becoming one of Hollywood’s biggest actors. Evans’ fame rose after he was cast as Steve Rogers/Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2011. Evans’ reputation skyrocketed after a streak of stunning performances and having previously shown himself as a brilliant actor.

Evans’ most recent performance, on the other hand, saw him move away from the camera and into the studio to record the voice of Buzz Lightyear. The animated Pixar film depicts the narrative of the cosmic hero who inspired the creation of Pixar’s initial Toy Story toy, Buzz Lightyear. Evans, who replaced Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, stars with Keke Palmer, Taika Waititi, Uzo Aduba, and James Brolin in the picture, which follows a group of space-rangers headed by Evans’ Buzz Lightyear on a tumultuous and time-traveling adventure.

Evans recently met with Buzzfeed for his much-anticipated installment of the platform’s famed ‘puppy interview,’ in which celebrities engage with puppies while answering a series of questions, according to Screenrant. The interview had various fascinating tidbits about the star, with one question, in particular, posing the topic of what Evans would have done if he hadn’t chosen to be an actor. Evans, a dog lover who rushed him, offered a quick answer as he was enthralled by the puppies. According to Screenrant, Evans stated, “When I was younger I really wanted to be an animator.”

Evans’ hands are certainly occupied for the time being, with a number of exciting projects in the works, but who knows what the future holds if the actor decides to step behind the camera and create his own animated picture.