Chris Evans, being the genuinely likeable guy that he is, personally invited a young boy who was a Captain America superfan to the Avengers: Endgame premiere. Five-year-old Felipe Andres Muyshondt, otherwise known by his preferred nickname Pipe, was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2015 and has been battling cancer ever since. Evans reached out to Pipe, who lives in El Salvador, to let him know how strong he is, while also taking the opportunity to invite him out to see the blockbuster.

"I just read all about you and I just had to let you know that I think you are so strong and so brave, and I am so impressed," Evans told Pipe. "You could definitely, definitely fight with us on the Avengers." The heartwarming message, as well as Pipe's reaction to it, can be seen below.

Pipe was able to make it out to the Los Angeles-based world premiere, where he met with some of the Avengers cast including Chris Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo, and of course, Evans. Pipe's dad, Gerardo Muyshondt, personally thanked Evans for giving his son the unforgettable experience. "Pipe got to meet other superheroes at the world premiere of Endgame," he said. "He was so happy, and his smile was as brilliant as always. Thank you from my heart."

Chris Evans previously reached out to Keaton Jones, a boy who was the victim of bullying, to invite him to the Avengers: Infinity War premiere last April: