Update: According to a source who spoke to Us Weekly, Chris Evans and Lindsey McKeon are just friends. The source said, "They're friends, and they've worked together. She's married [she tied the knot with Brant Hively in September 2013]. Just a friendly catch-up. He's still single for the most part." It's time to play one of my favorite games: Is [insert actor's name] dating [insert other actor's name]? Thanks to Chris Evans and Lindsey McKeon now being linked because they went out to eat together (which always means two people are dating), we're all wondering if Captain America and the girl who played Haley's sister on One Tree Hill are k-i-s-s-i-n-g.
Well, nothing has been confirmed or denied since the two were spotted at El Compadre restaurant in Hollywood on Tuesday, so let's not jump to any conclusions just yet. Seeing as they starred together in 2000's Opposite Sex, Evans and McKeon could just be catching up and hanging out as friends. However, we also can't ignore the fact that the two might be dating.
With that said, let's talk about how things would be if they are indeed a couple. McKeon isn't as well known as Evans, so I'd like to give you all some insight as to why these two would make a great couple based on their TV and movie roles, interviews, and, of course, the words of wisdom they've given both their fellow characters and interviewers over the years. They're more alike than you know or think.
They Both Embrace Super Powers
Not only is Evans known for playing superhero Captain America, but McKeon embraced her Supernatural side by playing Tessa the reaper on The CW series.
The Love To Joke & Have Fun
Whether they're being sarcastic or taking selfies in the bathtub, these two know what life's really about.
Well said. Well said.
They Both Look Good In Pink
Pink has never looked so good on two individuals.
Lindsey Wouldn't Be Afraid To Ask Chris The Tough Questions
Well, are you, Chris?
And Chris Would Reassure Her Everything Will Be Totally Fine
All it takes is a wink, a smile, and an eyebrow raise.
See? They have more in common than you originally thought, right?