Based on the eponymous novel by Donald Ray Pollock, the Coen Brothers -like crime drama follows various American families who deal with constant tragedy. Evans had originally planned to star as Sheriff Lee Bodecker in The Devil All the Time , but dropped out because of a scheduling conflict in February Stan delivers an outlier performance in The Devil All the Time , as his character is slightly out of shape. Sheriff Lee Bodecker clearly enjoys the power that his job affords him, but he's constantly nervous about what might happen—the result of his questionable behavior. Therefore, Bodecker is no different that most of the film's characters, all of whom appear to be normal people on the surface, but have dark issues to deal with underneath.
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It can sometimes be very difficult to tell if two stars are really friends. Sure, they're forced to spend time together on set and on press tours. And even if they look like they're having a good time, they are actors, after all. That being said, Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan truly seem to enjoy each other's company. They've done tons of events, press, and movies together. But they've also shown up to support each other when they didn't have to and have nothing but nice things to say about each other. That's friendship.
Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan
Since it was an off day for filming and you three had nothing better to do today you, Chris, and Sebastian decided to hit the gym that was a couple blocks away from the condos you were staying in. It was 8 am when your doorbell rang and you skipped to the door, sliding on your other shoe. Ever since you had met Sebastian and Chris you three immediately connected. They took you under their wing and made you their surrogate little sister. You three headed to cardio first.
If you know the "Distracted Boyfriend" meme that has made its way around the Internet, then you understand how funny it is that celebrities Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan have poked fun at it. The girlfriend is upset that the boyfriend would be so unsubtle about checking out another woman. The stock photo started making its way around the web in January of and immediately went viral with people attaching their own tags to the photos. From political interpretations of the image to science geeks using the shot as a way to describe their fascination for the solar eclipse, the photo is actually just one in a series of photos that depict the three people involved in a goofy love-triangle. In the series, the girls eventually become friends, excluding the guy.