Chris Evans has done such an incredible job playing Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that it is hard to tell where the character ends and the actor begins. Follow Evans on social media for long enough and you’ll never see the line between the actor and Steve Rogers because Chris Evans really is Captain America.

Evans has used his social media following to stand up for the rights and health of others. He doesn’t like bullies. He doesn’t care where they’re from. More importantly, however, Evans is here for those who have been bullied, offering much needed encouragement and reassurance that things do get better.

This afternoon Evans joined a number of celebrities who’ve reached out to Keaton Jones, a young boy from Tennessee whose tearful conversation with his mother about being bullied went viral. Not only did Evans tell Keaton to keep his head up, the actor also invited Keaton and his mother who posted the video, Kimberly, to next year’s world premiere of Avengers: Infinity War.

Keaton’s sister accepted the offer on her brother’s behalf and Evans will make the necessary arrangements.

Keaton has got even more friends within The Avengers with the Hulk himself, Mark Ruffalo, also showing his support.

It is absolutely wonderful to see the actors who bring our favorite superheroes to life on the big screen representing the values of those characters in real life. Good on them, Keaton Jones, and everyone else supporting him. I can’t wait to see Keaton on the red carpet standing alongside The Avengers next year!