Can You Get Over Yourself Now?

Given how these super hero films are going, I don't know if Chris Evans really needs to get this wrapped around the axle:

Before Chris Evans began filming "Captain America: The First Avenger" (in theaters July 22), the 30-year-old actor went into therapy. "I wouldn't have done it had I not agreed to do "Captain America" and gone into panic mode," Evans told The New York Times.
"The second I agreed to do it, I was like, 'All right, I'll do this, but I've got to start working on my head.'"
Evans famously turned down the career-changing role several times before finally changing his mind. "The question is: What's the endgame?" he wondered. "What's the goal? If the goal is to be a giant movie star, then yeah, this is a great way to achieve that. That's not necessarily what I'm trying to achieve."
This is a strange way to market a film, and then reassure the producers of that film that you can hold up under the pressure and promote it and do a followup. In the wake of the Green Lantern debacle, I would think that you'd want to go into this and appeal to the fans of the character. 


Evans goes on to say "In a few years, what if I don't want to act anymore?" Evans asked. "What if I just want to, I don't know, do something else?"


Go do something else, then. There's no reason to make movies and have a career if there's this much doubt. And, trust me--movie people and producers love this sort of chaos and uncertainty, especially when they're spending tens and hundreds of millions of dollars to build a franchise.