Email So this is what it's like to date Chris Evans. One month after their breakup was became public, Jenny Slate opened up in the March 20, issue of New York magazine about falling for Gifted co-star. The actors first met during a chemistry read for the movie, and they shared an immediate connection. Eventually, when it was like, 'Oh, you have these feelings for me?
But yes, he's so hot. This guy's like a sports guy. He's the kid that likes P. He is a straight-up year-old man who wants to play games. I was like, 'I'd better not discount this, because this is purity. He's really vulnerable, and he's really straightforward. He's like primary colors. He has beautiful, big, strong emotions, and he's really sure of them," she said. His heart is probably golden-colored, if you could paint it. I sit in my window and I say 'Hi' to people on the street.
I have more freedom because I'm not Captain America. I'm mostly a cartoon. I was the person that was stressed. On top of that, Slate hadn't processed her divorce from Fleischer-Camp, who remains one of her best friends. Even though we had an amicable divorce, I think that's still something that you need to mourn. When you get separated from somebody that you actually care about, it is the destruction of a belief system.
That is really, really sad," she said. And I didn't think very hard about that, to be honest. I wanted to step into the light. Chris is a sunny, loving, really fun person, and I didn't really understand why I should be prudent. I think it's probably best," she said. It feels like such a huge thing. Last year was a giant, big year for my heart. I've never, ever thought to keep anything private because that's not really what I'm like," she said, "and now I'm learning those things, and they're weird, kind of demented lessons to learn.
And we've gone into our separate lives. But that doesn't also mean that I'm going to sleep well the night before, you know? I'm like a mallard, definitely looking for my other duck," she said.