Chris Evans says that the Avengers are operating as a 'true group' at the beginning of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Evans is set to reprise the role of Steve Rodgers aka Captain America in Age of Ultron this week, which follows on from events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. With the demise of SHIELD, Evens says that the Avengers have been leaning on each other more.
The actor went on to say that Rodgers is still trying to figure out where he belongs in this new world in which he finds himself in and if he could have a life away from being Captain America.
He continued: "He is still trying to figure out where he belongs. He is always been a solider. He has always fit in that format. He enjoys having structure and he enjoys having orders and a plan. Without that, he does feel a bit aimless.
"He is still searching for whether or not be can have a life outside of Captain America. He has been in service for so long trying to figure out what he would do without his uniform and his shield is a bit of a puzzle."
This is the first Marvel film for Evans since he enjoyed critical and commercial success with Winter Solider last year as he reunites with director and writer Joss Whedon.
Age of Ultron sees Evans star alongside Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, and Mark Ruffalo. While this film does bring this band of popular heroes together again it looks like it is going to set up events for Captain America: Civil War.
Civil War will be the third solo film for Captain America and filming is due to get underway for the 2016 release. The movie will see Anthony and Joe Russo back in the director's chair, while Downey Jr, Johansson, Renner, and Anthony Mackie will join Evans on the cast list.