“Captain America” star Chris Evans is taking on a new role: political website co-founder.

The “Avengers: Endgame” actor is launching A Starting Point with the mission of creating “informed, responsible and empathetic citizens,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The new venture is reportedly part of the reason Evans was eyed on Capitol Hill in February and earlier this month, shaking hands and posing for snapshots with lawmakers, including Sens. Jim RischJim Elroy RischOvernight Defense: US sanctions NATO ally Turkey over Russian defense system | Veterans groups, top Democrats call for Wilkie's resignation | Gingrich, other Trump loyalists named to Pentagon board Will Biden choose a values-based or transactional foreign policy? GOP senator congratulates Biden, says Trump should accept results MORE (R-Idaho), Debbie StabenowDeborah (Debbie) Ann StabenowCoronavirus relief deal hinges on talks over Fed lending powers OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Government scientists predicted border wall construction could harm wildlife refuge | Haaland nomination generates excitement in Native American communities | Trump officials wrongly awarded Alaska grant in bid to open Tongass Trump officials wrongly awarded Alaska grant in bid to open Tongass forest to logging: watchdog MORE (D-Mich.) and Tim ScottTimothy (Tim) Eugene ScottBiden's minimum wage push faces uphill battle with GOP GOP senators wrestle with purging Trump from party Harris to resign from Senate seat on Monday MORE (R-S.C.). The 37-year-old performer was conducting interviews for the site, which has yet to announce a launch date.

The sites other co-founders are actor Mark Kassen and entrepreneur Joe Kiani.

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Evans has been an outspoken critic of President TrumpDonald TrumpGiuliani used provisional ballot to vote in 2020 election, same method he disparaged in fighting to overturn results Trump gets lowest job approval rating in final days as president Fox News' DC managing editor Bill Sammon to retire MORE, regularly blasting the commander in chief on social media, including to his more than 10 million Twitter followers.

“You don’t want to alienate half your audience,” Evans tells The Hollywood Reporter in a story published Wednesday. "But I'd be disappointed in myself if I didn't speak up. Especially for fear of some monetary repercussion or career damage — that just feels really gross to me."

In the wide-ranging interview, the Boston native and nephew of former Rep. Mike Capuano (D-Mass.) also weighed in on Tom Brady’s past support of Trump.

The New England Patriots quarterback has had more than a decade-long friendship with Trump, but skipped the NFL team’s White House visit in 2017 following the team’s Super Bowl win.

“I really hope he's not a Trump supporter. I'm just hoping he's one of those guys that maybe supported him and now regrets it,” Evans said of Brady.

“Maybe he thought it was going to be different — and even that bothers me — but maybe there's a chance now he just thinks Trump's an absolute dumb shit, which he is,” Evans continued. “If he doesn't, if he's still on that Trump train, I might have to cut ties. It's really tough."