Robert Downey, Jr. Nursed Chris Evans' 'Captain America' Injury!
Chris Evans arrives at Good Morning America to do some more promo work for Captain America: Civil War on Thursday (May 5) in New York City.
Also pictured is Robert Downey, Jr., Chris‘ co-star, stepping out to promote the film, which is in theaters tomorrow!
In a recent interview, Chris revealed that Robert nurse him after a set injury from a stunt.
“I came to set to start shooting and they show me a couple minutes [of footage]. Like, ‘Here’s what we’ve been doing.’ This is a shot where Cap is holding this big [helicopter] and I say, ‘You know what? All the things he’s done, that’s the one that was going to injure him.’ I knew it,” Robert told People. “Because they’re saying, ‘Flex and hold it!’ It wasn’t the other 3,000 stunts, it was that.”
“I did, my arm did get all messed up,” Chris added. “I went to [Robert's] trailer and he put these things all over my arm. I did actually mess my arm up doing that helicopter thing.”
The “things” Chris described were a high-tech pulsating muscle massager.