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Evans wants to stay in, be a dad

Chris Evans has said he is getting tired of going out drinking and would love to get married and have kids.

The Captain America: The Winter Soldier star told Glamour that he felt he was getting to the age when he'd like to settle down.

According to E!, the 32-year-old told the magazine: "In your twenties you think, 'How will I ever not like going out?' You have drinks, buddies, music - great!

"But in the last two or three years, I go to a club and I kind of wish I was home. My idea of a good time has evolved a bit, so a night out with me might not be as exciting as it might have been a couple of years ago."

But despite that, Chris reckoned he was still the driving force behind Captain America nights out with his co-stars including Scarlett Johansson and Chris Hemsworth.

He said: "It's different with those guys. You're like, 'Come on, guys, this is great! This isn't going to last forever and this is a really fun group of people doing a really fun thing. Let's go get drunk!' I try to be the motivating force. Everyone's married and has kids and s*** like that, so I'm still the one single guy going, 'Come on, shots!'."

But he added: "I want to get married, though. I want children - to me, that's the ultimate thing.

"When you're old and on your death bed, looking back at your life it's not going to be the films you've made or what you've accomplished, it's the relationships you have. You're survived by things that matter - the people you love and those who love you back."

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