Following his fight with the Mad Titan Thanos, The First Avenger Captain America is looking to battle cannabis reform.
According to a report in Civilized, actor and activist Chris Evans, famous for his role as Captain America in the eponymous film franchise and the Avengers team up films by Marvel Studios met with Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon. A spokesperson for Blumenauer was mysterious about the meeting, telling reporters that the two discussed a project Chris is working on with several members of Congress."
Speculation abounds, however, that Evans is starting a political organization.
"Earl spoke about issues that he cares about, and marijuana reform was one of them," Blumenauer's spokesperson told reporters. "Chris asked for the basics on why it's important, explaining the reasoning behind scheduling and what pros and cons of legalization were."
April will be the last time that Evans picks up his red, white, and blue shield as Captain America for the upcoming ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ a film which picks up following the aftermath of the infamous snap that saw half of the universe decimated at the end of ‘Avengers: Infinity War.’
Evans is no stranger to the world of politics, as his uncle is former Rep. Mike Capuano from Massachusetts.