Photos: February 14 – Out in Los Angeles

Added new candids photos of Chris Pratt out in Los Angeles on February 14.

Photos: February 09 – Checking on the construction of his new house

Added new photos of Chris Pratt checking on the construction of his new house on February 09.

Chris Pratt transforms into Pringles man in Super Bowl commercial

After bringing iconic characters like Mario and Garfield to life, Chris Pratt has found his next starring role: the Pringles man.

The Guardians of the Galaxy actor stars in Pringles’s 2024 Super Bowl commercial, sporting a moustache as he plays the crisp’s iconic mascot Mr P. At the start of the advert, the actor is buying Pringles when an employee points out his resemblance to the mascot.

Photos: January 31 – Visiting his new home

Added new candids photos of Chris Pratt visiting his new home on January 31.

Photos: January 28 – Out in Pacific Palisades

Added new candids photos of Chris Pratt out in Pacific Palisades on January 28.

Photos: January 26 – Out in Santa Monica

Added new candids photos of Chris Pratt out in Santa Monica on January 26.

Photos: January 25 – Out in Brentwood

Added new candids photos of Chris Pratt out in Brentwood on January 25.

Chris Pratt to star in ‘MERCY’ from director Timur Bekmambetov.

Amazon MGM Studios has just landed a big sci-fi film package it is setting a global theatrical release for in Mercy, starring Chris Pratt, directed by Timur Bekmambetov and produced by Oscar-nominated producer Charles Roven. I understand the deal closed in the past week with a spring start of production planned.

The project puts Pratt back in business with Amazon, which acquired his Skydance movie The Tomorrow War from Paramount and turned into a big Prime Video hit during the pandemic. He also has the series The Terminal List on Prime. The movie also reps a reunion for Pratt and Bekmambetov, who both worked on the latter’s 2008 Hollywood directorial debut Wanted, a $342 million-grossing, Oscar-nominated blockbuster based on Mark Millar’s comic book.

Written by Marco van Belle (Arthur & Merlin), Mercy is set in the near future when capital crime has increased. The pic follows a detective (Pratt) who is accused of a violent crime and forced to prove his innocence.

Roven, who just received a second Best Picture Oscar nomination for Oppenheimer, will produce Mercy under his Atlas Entertainment along with the label’s SVP Robert Amidon as part of the production team alongside Bekmambetov with his production banner BEL’s executive Majd Nassif.

Mercy is the first in a series of titles that Amazon MGM Studios is greenlighting for theatrical distribution. In their vast slate, similar to other studios, some movies are released for the big screen, while others are designated for Prime Video.

“From the moment Chuck Roven brought us Mercy and we read Marco van Belle’s script, we knew the film was meant for the big screen,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon MGM Studios. “As our relationship with The Terminal List and The Tomorrow War’s Chris Pratt continues to extend across film, we can’t wait to watch him bring this action-packed story to life, guided by Chuck and the vision of director Timur Bekmambetov. We could not imagine a better star and filmmaking team to execute on and deliver what is sure to be a gripping thrill ride and look forward to audiences being able to experience it in theaters.”

Photos: AGBO Russo Brothers’ Italian American Filmmaker Forum: 2024 Renaissance Celebration Honoring Louis D’Esposito

Added new photos of  Chris Pratt attending AGBO Russo Brothers’ Italian American Filmmaker Forum: 2024 Renaissance Celebration Honoring Louis D’Esposito on January 18, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.

Terminal List Prequel Moves Forward At Prime Video, Chris Pratt To Co-Star

Prime Video officially orders the Terminal List prequel series, The Terminal List: Dark Wolf, to series, with Chris Pratt and Taylor Kitsch starring.

The Terminal List prequel series, The Terminal List: Dark Wolf, is officially moving forward at Prime Video with Chris Pratt and Taylor Kitsch signed on to appear. The flagship show first premiered on Prime Video in July 2022 and follows U.S. Navy SEAL James Reece (Pratt), who sets out on a journey for truth and vengeance after a mission goes suspiciously wrong and endangers his family. Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, The Terminal List was renewed for season 2, and reports arose that a prequel series was also in development.

As reported by TVLine, Prime Video announced that it has officially ordered The Terminal List: Dark Wolf to series. Both Pratt and Kitsch have signed on to appear in the new series as Reece and Ben Edwards, respectively. However, it is unclear how many years before The Terminal List the prequel series will be set and when it might arrive on Prime.

When the discussions of The Terminal List: Dark Wolf first arose, there was speculation that Prime Video was interested in turning the original show into a franchise. There is undoubtedly enough source material for multiple Terminal List seasons and spinoffs, given that it is based on the book series of the same name by Jack Carr, which includes six books, with a seventh arriving in May. However, it has been confirmed that the series’ protagonist, Reece, won’t be the lead star of the prequel.

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