I’ve updated the gallery with over 900 photos of Chris during the ceremony accompanying the reveal of his star on Hollywood’s walk of fame. Check out the full video below and then head to the gallery to see the pictures.
I’ve updated the gallery with the digital scans and shoots of Chris’s Men Fitness issue.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Chris & his GOTG Vol. 2 team attending the press conference in Tokyo as the press tour continuo in Asia.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencapture of Chris in Passengers. Huge thanks to my friend Bella who sorted the movie for me while I worked on the extras.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Chris attending the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 premiere in Tokyo. Thanks to my friend Maria for some of those photos.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Chris during his video conference in the Kids’ Choice Awards. Check out the video below to see Chris get slimed.
Chris took a bit of time out of filming “Avengers: Infinity War” to stop by Jimmy Kimmel where he premiered a brand new Trailer of GOTG Vol. 2. Check out the photos and videos of his visit.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality logoless screencaptures of Chris in the movie.
I’ve updated the gallery with High quality logoless screencaptures of Chris’ guest star gig in Mom.
Chris Pratt wanted to cook me lunch—you can tell a lot about a person by the way they cook. And not just any lunch—a lunch made from an animal that Pratt himself had killed, in Texas, where the mesquite blooms and the buzzards turn and the wild boar does not care nor even know that the handsome man sighting the scope of a .25-caliber Winchester is one of the biggest movie stars in the world, best of this new batch—it’s never who you expect—with hits behind (Guardians of the Galaxy, Jurassic World) and hits ahead (Passengers, Guardians Vol. 2). And Pratt did kill that animal. And dressed it and shipped it back to this beautiful house in the Hollywood Hills, where he lives with his wife, actress Anna Faris, and their four-year-old son, Jack. But something went punk at the butcher, and the meat was going to take a lot longer to prepare than Pratt had expected—“Most of it’s being turned into jerky anyway”—so the steak Pratt was basting on the counter in his modern kitchen had in fact been purchased at Whole Foods. “I could tell you this is the boar I shot, and who would know, but, dude, I’m not gonna lie. This is not that boar, but this boar stands for that boar.” [Source]