Back with another question....just went on Chris Evans Wikipedia lol knows it's not that reliable. But it said Chris is or has pantheistic views with Buddhism? Not even sure what that means so I googled it was so much more confusing lol. I think I know what pantheism is..although never heard of it untill today. I don't believe in it just asking about it. Yes it's very nosy!!! Lol i know there's that saying about actors divulging to much if their life which then takes away from the art or whatever...anyways.
evans appears to fall in the "religion is bullshit but i feel like there's something there, and i feel a certain appeal in eastern contemplative stuff/awed by the universe/we're all connected in a vague way through its majesty" category. you can get a sense of what i mean if you follow his twitter feed, where he's pretty explicit about it.
in other words, his views on religion are basically the average slightly left of center liberal US citizen type.
He's shown an interest in some form of Buddhism since his teens and went to India on a trip to learn about it when he was about 20 I think.
I don't think he'd ever describe himself as a practising Buddhist by any means but there are aspects to the philosophy that work for him. It would take a long, long time and a lot of reading to find out exactly what so I won't try to summarize it here. A chunk of this philosophy has since been greatly popularised and branded as 'Mindfulness', which is why he is such a fan of people like Eckhart Tolle.
But I agree that you have to take wiki with a pinch of salt sometimes. A couple of lines on Chris's wiki page was actually written by ME.
I occasionally look at it to correct any mistakes but come to think of it I haven't looked at it for ages.
"The movie came to life every time you were on the screen." Stan Lee to Chris Evans.