UPDATE: 10/28/10 1:40 PM PST More Captain America: The First Avenger images from the Entertainment Weekly issue have been revealed. Click on these new images, which feature Chris Evans and other cast members such as Hugo Weaving and Hayley Atwell, to access our growing photo gallery:

Chris Evans and Hayley Atwell in <strong><em>Captain America: The First Avenger</em></strong>

Chris Evans as Steve Rogers in <strong><em>Captain America: The First Avenger</em></strong>

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Chris Evans in full Captain America gear

Captain America and his iconic sheild

Stanley Tucci as Dr. Erskine in <strong><em>Captain America: The First Avenger</em></strong>

Hugo Weaving as The Red Skull

Richard Armitage in a HYDRA submarine

Chris Evans and Hayley Atwell in uniform

Original Story:Entertainment Weekly has posted the cover of their upcoming November 4 print edition, which features Captain America: The First Avenger star Chris Evans in costume. Click on the new image below to access our photo gallery from Joe Johnston's upcoming Marvel Comics adaptation. You can take a look at some quotes from the article below:

<strong><em>Captain America: The First Avenger</em></strong> Entertainment Weekly Cover

Chris Evans told the site that he was actually scared to take on the role of Steve Rogers at first:

"At the time, I remember telling a buddy of mine, 'If the movie bombs, I'm f--ed. If the movie hits, I'm f--ed!' I was just scared. I realized my whole decision making process was fear based, and you never want to make a decision out of fear. I can't believe I was almost too chicken to play Captain America."

He also told the site that one of the reasons he took the job is because this superhero movie is more grounded in reality than others:

"The interesting thing about this character is that he's an everyman who in the course of a few minutes become a perfect human specimen. That has to create some interesting personal issues. I saw it as an opportunity to make a superhero movie that felt real, that didn't have to rely on an overabundance of fantasy elements."