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Chris Evans to Make Directorial Debut With Indie ‘1:30 Train’

The "Avengers" actor will also star in the movie, which is being produced by McG

Chris Evans is set to star in and make his feature directorial debut with the indie movie "1:30 Train," TheWrap has learned.

Written by Ron Bass, story follows two people who meet in a train station and share a night of romantic adventures before the woman must catch the next train back to New York.

Evans will play a down-on-his-luck saxophone player who helps a young woman in need and end up falling for her.

Wonderland Sound & Vision will finance and produce with Baldwin Entertainment. Producers include Wonderland's McG and Mary Viola, Howard and Karen Baldwin, Bill Immerman and Evans.

Production will start this fall before Evans reprises his role as Captain America in Marvel's sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron."

Evans next stars in Bong Joon-ho's sci-fi movie "Snowpiercer" and the indie comedy "A Many Splintered Thing." He recently starred opposite Michael Shannon in the crime drama "The Iceman."