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Chris Evans shares behind-the-scenes MCU Captain America fight choreography videos

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Dec 18, 2018, 11:00 PM EST (Updated)

Get pumped! Avengers: Infinity War is only days away from hitting theaters. The film is sure to be jam-packed with action (plus every Marvel character under the sun), and Captain America himself, Chris Evans, shared some videos of fight sequences from his past to get us all even more psyched.

Evans has spent years portraying Captain America, a job that comes with plenty of action in addition to the angst. But making the actual fight scenes look as effortless as they do isn't easy. In fact, plenty of work goes on behind the scenes before the crew even gets on set to make sure the fights aren't just epic-looking, but also safe.

In honor of Avengers: Infinity War's release next week, Evans took to Twitter to give fans a sneak peek at just what goes into making a Captain America fight work. Evans shared a few behind-the-scenes clips of fight sequence practices during Captain America: Winter Soldier preparation. 

Like this knife fight between Cap and Bucky:

And a few different moments from that uber-memorable elevator fight at S.H.I.E.L.D.

The scenes look pretty different without the costumes and set pieces, but it's neat to see the artistry and practice that go into such tough scenes. It's probably safe to assume we'll get at least a few Captain America fight scenes in Infinity War. Let's just hope he is done fighting with his own friends for a while.

(via Nerdist)