Dec 17, 2016 08:28 AM EST

Chris Evans Earns More Than Every Hollywood Actor Does; 'Captain America' Actor To Land A Role In 'Jekyll'

Lately Chris Evans has been the pick of film producers from small time to big time movies because of how he performs his roles. Seemingly, the "Captain America" actor has been titled officially as the most reliable hollywood movie star this 2016, which is not surprising to known since he topped it also last year.

According to This Is Insider, Chris Evans lands the top spot in Forbes' list of the "Best Actor for the Buck", meaning he is the chosen actor of almost all film producers plus this is his second straight title since he also won it last year making it two in a row. All of the fims that Chris Evans appeared on has produced and accumulated great earnings for himself and for the whole production team.

According to iTech Post, as usual, Forbes reviewed the latest films that Evans has starred in before June 2016 which excludes films that he had small parts in, made a cameo, and even the animated films he voiced upon. For Chris Evans, "Captain America: Civil War" was one production that did very well on the box office which earned almost $737.8 millon in North America alone transcending the second installment of the series "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" which earned a gross of $714.4 million.

"Captain America: Civil War" was said to made $1billion in the box office worldwide. With a big hit comes big earnings in the pockets for the bankable actor Chris Evans as he received $135.80 for every $1 the box office film makes.

Chris Evans has always been known to be a very multitalented actor making him the most profitable actor this year, with this there are rumors that he would land a role in the new series "Jekyll." For the BBC television series nothing much has been announced yet from specific details to the release date.

The only information for now about the new series of "Jekyll" is that it will be a mini series starred by Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.There are also speculations that director Ruben Fleischer is also showing eagerness on making the series a big screen film instead. For more of the latest news and current updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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