The Superpower Dogs Trailer, Narrated By Chris Evans, May Save Your Soul
Captain America star Chris Evans narrated a movie about superhero dogs. The movie is called Superpower Dogs and it's opening in IMAX theaters starting March 15. The trailer is here, and it instantly cleared my skin, canceled my debt, and saved my soul. Embrace it as your new savior:
Those of you who follow Chris Evans on social media know his dog Dodger is the true star of his life. The combination of Evans as a real-life dog parent and his status as Marvel's Captain America must've made him the obvious choice to narrate this true story.
The actor retweeted IMAX's post on the trailer, saying he was honored to be part of this project:
Here's the official synopsis for Superpower Dogs:
Wonderful. There are so many movies coming out this year with animals as lead characters, but these are real-life canine superheroes -- and it's great to see them get their day in the spotlight.
Chris Evans plays one of the most iconic superheroes of all time. There's a lot of speculation about Captain America's future after Avengers: Endgame. Steve Rogers was one of the lucky 50% to make it through Thanos' snap at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. However, there's conflicting information about whether this film will mark the end of Evans' run as Cap.
He appeared to say goodbye to the MCU after wrapping Avengers 4, but then the Russos made it seem like he wasn't quite done playing Captain America. Endgame seems to be in reshoots/additional photography right now, so maybe Evans will end up joining the returning actors.
Superpower Dogs opens in IMAX theaters March 15. Avengers: Endgame opens April 26. Keep an eye on everything coming to theaters this year in our handy 2019 movie schedule.
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