Chris Evans insists he wants to step behind the camera again, following his directorial debut with '1:30 Train' and is looking at scripts to try and find his next project.
Chris Evans will direct another film in August.
The 32-year-old actor made his directorial debut with '1:30 Train' which is currently in post-production and is planning on stepping behind the camera in the near future but hasn't decided what kind of project he wants to take on.
He told collider.com: ''I will do another movie in August and I just don't know what it is yet. I got a couple [of scripts] that I'm reading and I told my team just send me everything. Because I've got the whole movie of 'Avengers', I'm literally going to London and I'm just going to be reading scripts. I'm going to find something else and I'm going to do it.''
The 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' star admitted he likes human dramas which ''aren't too fantastical'' yet people are able to relate to the characters.
Evans added: ''I like stories about brothers and sisters, fathers and sons, mothers, daughters, boyfriends, girlfriends. Human stories, like Terms of Endearment. Ordinary People. Just dramas- drama, but things that are just relatable. Things that aren't too fantastical. It doesn't have to be about wild drug dealers and car chases and bank robberies. Just simple stories that can resonate on a profound level.''
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