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March 16th, 2020   admin   No Comments

Chris Pratt and Tom Holland are feeling the love. Though there’s a significant age gap between the 40-year-old Pratt and the 23-year-old Holland, the two exude a warm, jokey rapport, one forged by their shared experience inhabiting Marvel superheroes, with Pratt playing Star-Lord in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise and Holland playing Spider-Man. “I can’t help but try to be like a big brother to Tom,” Pratt says. “Thanks, man,” says Holland.

The latest Pixar animated film, “Onward,” draws upon that fraternal feeling, with Holland and Pratt lending their voices, respectively, to Ian and Barley Lightfoot, two young elves who embark on a quest to try to magically bring their late father back to life for one day.

Director and co-writer Dan Scanlon drew inspiration for the heartstrings-tugging fantasy comedy-adventure from the death of his own father when he was a baby and a recording of his voice that he and his older brother came upon as teenagers. “Sadly, like myself, a lot of kids do have to deal with these themes (of losing a parent) and I think our hope is that the movie can kind of walk them through it in a way that is honest but also fun and funny,” Scanlon says. “We do our best to ride that line.”

Pratt and Holland, who have shared the screen in the box office juggernauts “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” spoke to The Times about delving into the movie’s emotional depths, embracing nerdy fantasy pursuits and pressing onward through the ups and downs of Marvel superstardom. This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.

Q: What appealed to you both about “Onward” when you first heard the pitch?

Holland: Obviously it doesn’t need that much convincing for someone to say yes to a Pixar movie, but it was even easier when I heard how passionate Dan was about telling this story. So after my first meeting I was basically begging for them to give me this job and I was lucky enough that they did. And then I got luckier still when they told me that Chris was involved and he was going to play my big brother. I thought that was kind of a storybook ending because we have a very brotherly relationship anyway.

Pratt: When Dan told me his story about his relationship with his brother and the trauma of having lost a father, it was very moving. I lost my father (in 2014), and my brother, sister and I entered that inevitable season of having lost a parent early and so that was something I’ve dealt with and I understand.

Some of the stuff was incredibly emotional (to perform). I remember being pushed to that edge to where you’re like, “This is a cartoon. I’m not going to go there.” It’s always a bit of an inner conflict, like, how much of this am I willing to share right now? And then they push and they push and they push and then you go there.

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March 9th, 2020   admin   No Comments

It’s Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles, and Chris Pratt and Tom Holland are feeling the love. Though there’s a significant age gap between the 40-year-old Pratt and the 23-year-old Holland, the two exude a warm, jokey rapport, one forged by their shared experience inhabiting Marvel superheroes, with Pratt playing Star-Lord in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise and Holland playing Spider-Man. “I can’t help but try to be like a big brother to Tom,” Pratt says. “Thanks, man,” says Holland.

The latest Pixar animated film, “Onward,” in theaters Friday, draws upon that fraternal feeling, with Holland and Pratt lending their voices, respectively, to Ian and Barley Lightfoot, two young elves who embark on a quest to try to magically bring their late father back to life for one day.

Director and co-writer Dan Scanlon drew inspiration for the heartstrings-tugging fantasy comedy-adventure from the death of his own father when he was a baby and a recording of his voice that he and his older brother came upon as teenagers. “Sadly, like myself, a lot of kids do have to deal with these themes [of losing a parent] and I think our hope is that the movie can kind of walk them through it in a way that is honest but also fun and funny,” Scanlon says. “We do our best to ride that line.”

Pratt and Holland, who have shared the screen in the box office juggernauts “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” spoke to The Times about delving into the movie’s emotional depths, embracing nerdy fantasy pursuits and pressing onward through the ups and downs of Marvel superstardom. This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.

What appealed to you both about “Onward” when you first heard the pitch?

Holland: Obviously it doesn’t need that much convincing for someone to say yes to a Pixar movie, but it was even easier when I heard how passionate Dan was about telling this story. So after my first meeting I was basically begging for them to give me this job and I was lucky enough that they did. And then I got luckier still when they told me that Chris was involved and he was going to play my big brother. I thought that was kind of a storybook ending because we have a very brotherly relationship anyway.

Pratt: When Dan told me his story about his relationship with his brother and the trauma of having lost a father, it was very moving. I lost my father [in 2014], and my brother, sister and I entered that inevitable season of having lost a parent early and so that was something I’ve dealt with and I understand.

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March 5th, 2020   admin   No Comments

This is how a FaceTime interview with Chris Pratt and Tom Holland goes before you even get around to their new Pixar movie “Onward.”

Holland opines about his weak voice (“I find it hard at dinner parties. No one can hear me”). Pratt shares that classically trained actors sometimes don’t know how to whisper or have a normal conversation (“They’re like, ‘Hello, would you like to talk?!’ I’m like, ‘Bro, I’m two feet from you’ “). And both have opinions about whether anyone’s truly protected from hackers by putting a sticker over their computer camera.

“They don’t want to see what I’m doing on Amazon with my pants off,” Pratt says.

“What would you be buying?” Holland asks.

“Probably pants! Somewhere, I lost my pants,” Pratt cracks.

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The twosome are bantering buddies in real life, members of the mighty Marvel movie brotherhood and now elf siblings in the animated fantasy “Onward” (in theaters Friday). Holland, 23, stars as Ian Lightfoot, a 16-year-old gifted with a magical staff and enchantment to spend 24 hours with the father who died before he was born, and Pratt, 40, voices burly big brother Barley, with whom Ian goes on an epic quest after their spell goes awry. Only half of their dad is conjured and the clock is ticking to complete the task.

Co-writer/director Dan Scanlon crafted the characters to each actor (“Tom adds so much sincerity to Ian,” and “Chris is kind of a Barley: He’s wild and chaotic and funny”) and found their onscreen roles matched their real-life chemistry. “Tom looks up to Chris, and Chris is like a big brother to Tom. He gives him a hard time now and then in a playful way.”

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February 23rd, 2017   admin   No Comments

While on the set of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, we talked with star Chris Pratt about the making of the galactic sequel.

During our sit down roundtable interview, Pratt talks about growing up loving Kurt Russell to acting alongside him in this film, asking him to be his dad in real life, the complicated relationship between Peter Quill and his father Ego, the evolution of Peter Quill, the result of having held an infinity stone, the music in the Awesome Mix volume 2, his relationship with Yondu, acting alongside the music which is played on set, making a more emotional film, Peter and Gamora’s will-they-won’t-they relationship, his new relationship with Mantis, the meaning behind the words on his t-shirt in the film, and much more. Read our entire Chris Pratt Guardians 2 interview now after the jump.

How cool is it that Kurt Russell is your dad?

Chris Pratt: It’s so cool. It’s so cool. It’s perfect.

What’s it like working with him?

For me, there are actors that I loved growing up – there’s a handful of them – and he is absolutely right at the top of that list, and has not once done anything to disappoint the inner child in me who was so excited when he got cast. He’s really cool. He’s absolutely an artist. Even though he’s kind of the ‘everyman’ kind of a character, he’s really an artist and he really cares deeply about all of the details of his character. We’re really kindred spirits I think. Me and Anna [Faris], and Kurt and Goldie [Hawn], I feel like we are the same in some parallel universe, you know what I mean? Anna’s often times been compared to Goldie Hawn, like in the House Bunny and things like that, and one of our favorite movies is Overboard. And I guess some people have made that comparison with me and Kurt, just kind of like a blue-collar type of dude, American actor. He loves to hunt and be outdoors and he’s, I don’t know, I just really, really love him. I’m in love with Kurt Russell. [Laughs]

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December 18th, 2016   admin   No Comments

How did Chris Pratt – God-fearing hunting enthusiast and former ‘fat guy’ – become a billion-dollar box office sensation? Celia Walden meets him

There’s the smallest of pauses before Chris Pratt confirms that he once worked as a daytime stripper. “It was actually pretty fun,” grins the actor. “I was an exhibitionist as a kid – always naked – so at 18 I announced I was going to be a stripper.

“I went for an interview, or an audition? Whatever it is strippers do. I submitted my resumé,” he gestures elegantly down at his crotch. “And they gave me the job. I did a couple of parties, then this one gal’s 40th when the men suddenly came home early and I had to grab my s___ and jump over the fence… And that was pretty much it. But I did OK. I made a couple of hundred bucks.”

All things considered, I think Pratt was wise to move on to a (mostly) clothed profession. After all, in August he was the youngest entry in Forbes’s annual list of highest-earning Hollywood actors (having made an estimated $26 million). He’s the leading actor in two of the biggest movie franchises out there (Jurassic World and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy), one of Time Magazine’s “most influential people in the world”, and in 2015 his films made $1.7 billion at the global box office (his 2014 total: $1.2 billion).

And now he’s about to star in one of the most hotly anticipated films of the year: Passengers. But if he ever has to go back to the day job, I know a couple of girls looking for birthday entertainment.

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September 22nd, 2016   admin   No Comments

Chris Pratt’s charisma and screen presence stand out even amid six other magnetic actors in “The Magnificent Seven,” Antoine Fuqua’s remake of the ’60s classic western.

This time around, the magnificent leads are played by a diverse cast: Chris, Denzel Washington, Vincent D’Onofrio, Lee Byung-hun, Ethan Hawke, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and Martin Sensmeier. Haley Bennett joins the seven gunfighters defend a peasant village.

Chris was fun and humorous as usual in our recent chat:

Your character Josh Faraday seems to be a man who almost has nothing to lose. How much do you relate to that?

I’ve been there in my life where I felt like I had nothing to lose. But I didn’t approach it like that with Josh Faraday. For me, what he had to gain was redemption.

I thought of this character as somebody who was really desperately trying to convince himself that he is a bad guy. So that way, he didn’t have to feel guilty for all the bad things that he’d done in his life, and for the lives he’s taken.

And through the course of this movie, he starts to realize that maybe he’s not so bad, after all. Maybe inside his heart, there might be some good.

Your character is a wizard with cards. If you were a wizard in real life, what kind of power would you like to have?

Oh, man. I always thought it would be fun to be able to shit in someone else’s pants. That would be kind of fun, huh? Someone makes you mad, you just … boom! And you just watch him needing to leave the room, you know what I mean? If I could have one power, that would definitely be it.

Do you know card tricks in real life?

Yeah, I do. I was like an amateur magician as a kid. I have a couple of cool card tricks that I can do.

For this movie, I trained with a magician, who taught me a few sleight of hand tricks. The trick I do with the card (in a scene), I really did it.

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