Up until this past weekend, “The Avengers” had the title for highest-earning opening weekend, but now “Jurassic World” is the reigning champion.
After tallying up the total domestic sales figures, the Chris Pratt flick surpassed the Marvel films’ $207.4 million with $208.8 million, and when added to its $315.3 million international take, “Jurassic World” is also the biggest global opener of all time.
He’s been a busy boy promoting “Jurassic World” as of late, and Chris Pratt does a masterful job of making sure he doesn’t leave his wife Anna Faris hanging.
In his new interview with People magazine, the “Parks and Recreation” star discusses how he and his gorgeous lady maintain closeness despite both having successful Tinseltown careers and a two-year-old son named Jack.
With magazine covers, public appearances and a sure-to-be-huge summer blockbuster on the horizon, Chris Pratt has a hard time believing he’s not living in a dream these days.
The “Parks and Recreation” star paid a visit to the “Today” show on Monday (June 8) to chat with Carson Daly- "I don't pinch myself because when you pinch yourself, it's to see if you're dreaming and it'll wake you up. I wouldn't want anyone to pinch me right now, because if I did wake up, I'd be pretty pissed."
His new movie “Jurassic World” is slated to hit theaters this summer and Chris Pratt is a picture of fitness perfection on the July 2015 cover of Men's Health UK.
The “Parks and Recreation” hunk discusses his process of going from 300+ pounds to his current chiseled physique- “I'd gone back and forth, lost weight for Moneyball, got fat again, then trimmed down for Zero Dark Thirty, then gained it all back again for Andy. That's when I saw Zero Dark Thirty and right after walking out I was like, ‘I'm going to get in shape and I'm never going to be fat again.’”
He’s already one of the most beloved actors in the game, and Chris Pratt just scored some extra points with his latest social media post.
The “Jurassic World” hunk uploaded a video to Facebook on Wednesday (May 27) that showed him teaching his son Jack the Pledge of Allegiance while standing in front of an American Flag on their front porch.