Far be it from to speculate about the absurdity of a plotline in an action movie based on an absurdly stylish comic book, but I find it hard to believe that Chris Evans — who will soon suit up as the titular character in Captain America — has so much trouble conversing with women. Then again, his character Jensen is the stereotypical “tech guy” in The Losers.

In the series of clips below — released this week by the folks at Warner Bros. — we see some of Jensen’s follies in the world of dating. One of which is his half-naked moment in the elevator, a rather contrived — but still sort of funny in a way — scene. I must admit, this movie does look fun. And this series of clips does a decent job of reminding us that Evans has loads of charisma. And that Zoe Saldana is one badass lady…

The Losers is in theaters this Friday, April 23.


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