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CHRIS PRATT - KEEPING IT REAL

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CHRIS PRATT - KEEPING IT REAL

You’d think that was the retort of a man who wasn’t enjoying life, but nothing could be further from the truth. He seems to have made entertaining people both on and off screen his forte; for example, his Parks character was initially only written in as a guest part. However, Pratt forced his way into the reckoning, and he became a regular star of the successful show.

Watch a few of his social media videos of him eating various foods that he is given as part of his diet, and he has turned it into a contest he calls: “What's My Snack?”' Genuine funniness ensues.

But now, the big guns are lining up, and Pratt is on the right side of them. With the Guardians of the Galaxy hits, Jurassic WorldAvengers: Infinity WarThe Magnificent SevenPassengers and now Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, this Minnesota-born actor was recently named in Time's top 100 list of the most influential people in the world. No tent required.

It’s been four years since the theme park and luxury resort Jurassic World was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles.

When the island's dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event. Owen is driven to find Blue, his lead raptor who's still missing in the wild and Claire has grown respect for these creatures and has now made it her mission to save them. Arriving on the unstable island as lava begins raining down, their expedition uncovers a conspiracy that could return our entire planet to a perilous order not seen since prehistoric times.

With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful series in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before. Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

This is the fifth overall installment in the popular Jurassic Park franchise, which began with Steven Spielberg's seminal film in 1993. Fallen Kingdom is the sequel to 2015's Jurassic World, which broke box office records upon its release that summer. The movie ended up grossing more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office, all but guaranteeing a follow up would be made eventually. The filmmakers have said Fallen Kingdom is the second installment of a new trilogy.

STRIPLV: Well, Jurassic World hit $1.6 billion at the box office, so it’s not a surprise that we are sitting here talking about sequels.

PRATT: Yes, the success of the first film was really, really mind-blowing. It’s exciting to be back on a second film. The world is in store for another classic and amazing Jurassic Park movie, and it’s an awesome wave to be on.

STRIPLV: You actually predicted your role in the franchise seven years ago!

PRATT: Yeah, that’s right, I did. I do weird stuff. Weird stuff that happens in my life that if I told you, you wouldn’t believe that it’s true at all. All the time, crazy miracles. I brought a yellow jacket bee back to life recently. I gave CPR to him and then he woke up he stung my finger. I’m not even kidding. That’s what happened and it was real. I know man, it’s kind of crazy, but it’s real.

STRIPLV: I don’t know what it is about these Jurassic movies, but they really seem to get ingrained in popular culture. The famous scene where you’re taming the raptors, this was recreated by zookeepers the world over. How are you going to top that in this movie?

PRATT: I’ll tell you what, I’ll tell you how and I am so excited for people to see this. We get to further explore Owen’s relationship with Blue, and we get to see the true nature of that relationship and actually build that relationship, as man and beast or master and pet or whatever best fits that. We get to further dive into that relationship, so there are some pretty iconic scenes between Owen and Blue in this film. I don’t know if we’re ever going to top that moment, but certainly, we ride that same wave in a new way and into new territory.

STRIPLV: Which dinosaur would be your spirit animal?

PRATT: Probably the T-Rex, but instead of little baby arms, I got little baby intelligence.

STRIPLV: In the last movie, there was a scene where you slid down a car and hurt your quadriceps muscle. How about this time? Where there any unexpected injuries?

PRATT: Actually, yeah. I got hurt a lot on this movie. I popped my elbow out, and I pulled both of my hamstrings, and there was something else, oh yeah, my heel. I had three injuries, but a lot of ice and a lot of ibuprofen and it was absolutely worth it. It was the closest I will ever be to being a professional athlete, which is something really exciting for me. I did a lot of dynamic warming up; we did a lot of training. We both learned a lot on that front. We were both working our butts off training on this movie, so we taught each other some cool training techniques. I would come in, and I see Bryce, and she’s on the bike or the elliptical, and she’s sweating, and then I do my workout, and then I’m leaving, and she’s still on the machines, and I’m like: “Hey she’s getting it all!”

STRIPLV: What do your kids think about you starring in all these films that their friends must love? You must be the coolest dad?

PRATT: I’m a really cool dad. 

STRIPLV: You brought your son on set presumably?

PRATT: I did, he’s always on set, he loves it. It’s a giant fluorescent playground. He loved Guardians too so I think it’s all quite cool to him. He believes his dad drives a spaceship. And he also thinks I’m a cowboy from Magnificent Seven.

STRIPLV: Which set did he prefer?

PRATT: Probably Magnificent, only because he got to ride a horse. Horse, spaceship, it’s a no-brainer.

STRIPLV: Will he follow in the family trade?

PRATT: You know, I thought maybe, but I actually think he might go behind the camera. He keeps picking up my phone and saying, “Action,” very emphatically; he really means it. I think he’s very fascinated by the world; I wouldn’t be surprised if he went into the industry. If he has any sense, it will be behind the camera, where all the power is.

STRIPLV: There’s still such a fixation on your general hotness and transformation etc. Does it get annoying now?

PRATT: I never tire of talking about how hot I am now. Can this entire interview and all interview for the rest of the day be dedicated to how hot I am?

STRIPLV: Is it surreal to you, how different you look?

PRATT: When I look at older stuff I’ve done, like “Parks and Recreation”, whatever, I do not recognize that guy. I can’t see myself. It’s really fucking surreal. It’s like I’ve aged backward, I’ve Benjamin Buttoned. (Laughs) I don’t know who that guy is; I don’t want to go back there because I wasn’t healthy, I wasn’t eating right, I wasn’t exercising like I should. I never felt it happening; I never felt bigger, it only hits me now when I look back. But actually, before I started acting, I looked great naked. I wasn’t always out of shape. Some people actually wanted to see me naked, you know, not just for laughs. But, and this is a big but, yeah I lost some weight, got an ab or two, it’s not the recipe for life happiness. I’m happy now, but I was happy then, I just needed to lose weight for work, and it’s sort of stuck now. I miss happy moments that I had with really great food that I don’t have. I have sad moments now because I’m hungry and I don’t like that. I don’t like having to think, now what will that do to my body? That’s not fun. It’s just, it can’t and shouldn’t ever be about how you look. How depressing would that be? It’s about sound body, sound mind, keeping healthy as you can because we’ve only one body, that’s it. And all this, “Whoa, check me out, I’m going to get fat again, I am.” So be happy with who you are.

STRIPLV: You’ve said in the last few years; you never want to complain about what you have with fame and all that. But stars do it all the time. Does fame piss you off yet?

PRATT: Nothing about it bothers me, to the point where’s it’s affecting my life adversely so no complaints as of yet.

STRIPLV: How do you not turn into an asshole, in an industry that breeds assholes?

PRATT: I think honestly, it’s as simple as, if you’re an asshole, nobody’s going to want to work with you. So don’t be an asshole. When they say you’re only as good as your next job, in acting that is really the truth because you’re not contracted, you don’t have tenure. You work on one job for two months, then you’re waiting for the next one, you get it, it’s four months, then you might be waiting again. You’re constantly being hired, you’re an actor for hire and if you’re known for being an asshole, have a bad attitude, treat people like shit, cast, crew, whatever, you will not work anymore. And you see it happening all the time, which is how it should be. Even if you’re working a hit franchise, a hit TV show, which hangs on your presence, you know, once that ends, and you’re an asshole, you’re done. Even if you’re working on not failures, but not huge successes again, you see guys who are always consistently working because people like to work with them. It’s everything. Be nice for fuck’s sake.

STRIPLV: Is it true that you had a near-death experience off-set in your past? What happened?

PRATT: I was fishing out on this point, called Lava Rock Point. It’s really really turbulent, and dangerous water, shark-infested, all sharp lava rock and the water raises 10 to 15 feet high with every swell. It’s very deep and so powerful there. I’m standing there fishing near this hole and all of the sudden, I don’t see a set of waves coming in and then there was no land around me, I was surrounded by water, and I felt the weight of the water on top of me as it came in, and it started pulling me out. I was wearing flip-flops, I  lost everything, dropped my fishing rod and jumped down and clung to the rock and it nearly pulled me off the rock. And before the wave came back, I sprinted up and grabbed onto a higher rock. 

STRIPLV: How long ago was that?

PRATT: About three months before I came to Hollywood. It was pretty bad. You do that three times, two of those three times, you’re not going to make it out.

STRIPLV: How do you take it all in, this change?

PRATT: I don’t know, you don’t. It’s been a process of evolution. One day there’s a raptor, millions of years later, there’s a chicken. But it didn’t just happen in one day; it happens one egg at a time. There was like tiny little differences, tiny little changes. Then you’ve got different species here, different species there, and they’re actually the same thing. It’s just taken a lot of eggs that have hatched along the way that are slightly different each time. So it’s been like that for my career, starting from the very first job I ever had to now, it’s, just each role has slightly changed a little bit, I’ve sort of reimagined who I am as an actor. Pursued different things and learned. You’re always aiming to do something different, better. And ultimately getting to the point where you have a little bit of creative control at what you’re doing. I’ve arrived at that place, but weirdly, it doesn’t feel hugely different from when my fate was at the mercy of casting directors. 

STRIPLV: Does it make living in a tent between the parked cars while you worked at Bubba Gump’s make it all the more worth it?

PRATT: Honestly, I don’t know, a part of me thinks that living in a tent was way better than this. Yeah, there was a whole set, it was a really great time in my life, and yeah, maybe I’m looking at it through rose-tinted lenses. Yeah, I am. Anyway, all things lead up to the next, lead up to this moment, and I just treat it all like another moment. I don’t think; you don’t want to let your guard down. I’m not going anywhere. I plan to stretch this out. I plan on being here for a long time, and you don’t want to ever feel like, you never want to be in a position where you’re like, you feel like you peaked. I never want to feel that, and it happens so easily. You want to be able to sit back and enjoy things if you can.

STRIPLV: Well, you can also pat yourself on the back too.

PRATT: Yeah, maybe you can, maybe you should, maybe I will. Someday. When it’s all settled down, but you know, it’s a tricky thing, it’s a tricky thing, I don’t think you want, I don’t know. I just have to remember, because there’s a lot clouding my vision and judgment, I just need to always focus on working with good people, just continue to learn and understand. And that I have a lot to learn, keep at it I guess. I’m having a good moment right now, and I’d like it to get better.

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