Avengers: Endgame is a movie full of great moments. It's a film basically designed to hit the buttons of every fan of the MCU from start to finish. Picking a favorite scene is probably hard for a lot of people, but Chris Evans knows exactly which moment in the film is his favorite. It's the battle against his younger self when he travels back in time to the era of the original Avengers movie.
Steve Rogers is one of the characters who the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been built around since the character debuted. His arc throughout the franchise has been one of the most important and it gets a lot of time in Avengers: Endgame. As such, he has a lot of epic moments, but what Chris Evans loves most isn't Cap's heartwarming ending, or his chance to finally say "Avengers Assemble." Instead, it's when he gets to be on the screen twice in the same scene, doing battle against himself.
While Avengers: Endgame is a movie with no lack of emotional moments, Chris Evans reveals on Instagram that the moment he loves most in the movie is one of the lighter ones. Captain America has just obtained the Mind Stone from the past, but he then runs into an obstacle in his escape, in the form of an earlier version of himself, who believes the time traveling Captain America to actually be Loki in disguise.
The pair do battle, in a great scene that sees them pretty even matched, you know, since they're the same person. The sequence then ends with Chris Evans admiring his own ass, because why not?
This likely is a favorite moment for a lot of people. It's got some great action, some strong tension, since we don't know what happens to the plan if younger Cap wins, and no lack of humor. Whatever you love most about Marvel movies, it's all here.
It's also the sort of comic book superhero battle that you would never realize you wanted to see until you got it. Comic book fans, and now comic book movie fans, love to see their favorite character's do battle, and in this case, they certainly get that.
Now all fans of Avengers: Endgame can relive their favorite moments over and over again. The film will finally hit Blu-ray tomorrow, and considering that the movie became the highest grossing of all-time at the box office, it's likely going to set more than a few Blu-ray sales records as well.