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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.”

The pair shared the screen first, however, as superheroes: Pratt’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” rogue Star-Lord met Holland’s Spider-Man in 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War” and then teamed up with a zillion other do-gooders to battle Thanos in last year’s “Avengers: Endgame.” But their friendship was formed years before in Las Vegas at 2016 CinemaCon, though not, as Pratt quips, “deep in a bender”: He was there with Jennifer Lawrence for “Passengers” while Holland was in Sin City to announce his first solo Marvel film “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”

“There was talk about how great he was and how he held his own with Robert Downey Jr. (in ‘Captain America: Civil War’). That’s the litmus test they put people through when cast in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I was like, ‘Damn, he must really have it,’ ” Pratt recalls. He found Holland to be “very earnest, really nice and kind,” and from then on “I kind of took on that older brother role doing the same thing for him that my older brother (Cully) had always done to me, which is to make sure he understands people out there love him and have high expectations of him, but also that he’s doing great.”

Holland notes that “the journey of joining the MCU does change your life,” and Pratt, as well as his fellow actors, were helpful during that process. “For me, it was knowing that if there’s ever a moment where I have a wobbly, I can call Chris or call these other guys and be like, ‘I’m really struggling. Can you help me out?’ And everyone’s always there.”

Before getting to Vegas, Holland took one of his three younger brothers on a surprise trip to the “Civil War” premiere: “He literally woke up in bed and then flew to LA. It was awesome.” Holland says he’d play the protective big brother to his siblings “if I needed to” but “we’re getting to that stage in our lives now where we’re all very similar in age and they look after me just as much as I look after them.”

The relationship between Ian and Barley reflects that of Pratt’s with his brother. “It’s so eerily similar,” Pratt says. “I was absolutely the fragile, slightly broken, insecure kid and my older brother was there no matter what.”

“If this was a badly written version of brothers, Barley would be jealous that Ian has the magic gift: ‘This sucks. I’m going to put you in the trash can,’ ” he says. “(But) my brother in my own life saw that I, too, had a special gift. And he fostered it and still remains to this day so proud of me and is very vocal about it.”

Pratt could also relate to the core conceit of “Onward,” the chance to spend one last day with a lost loved one. He wipes away a tear at the thought of spending one more day with his father, who died in 2014 just before the first “Guardians of the Galaxy” opened.

“I don’t feel like it’s a giant loss that I haven’t been able to show him what’s happened to my life since then because I do have faith he’s been watching me this whole time, probably the best version of himself,” Pratt says. “But if I could bring him back, 24 hours wouldn’t be enough. I’d either want to go on like a quick movie marathon through the past five years or we’d just go fishing or crabbing or something. Maybe do both.” [Source]

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