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“It’s devastating to us what’s happening to our friends in India” Chris Pratt

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American actor Chris Pratt who is widely known for his role as Star Lord in the Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will be soon seen in The Tomorrow War. He will be seen in a time-travelling avatar in upcoming film.

In a recent interview while talking about his upcoming project Chris also had a message for India, he said “It’s devastating to us what’s happening to our friends in India and we just are praying for a quick and speedy recovery for you. We know that you’re very strong and resilient people, and this is a fight that we know that you’re going to win. We are really hoping that our government can do the utmost to help with sharing vaccines and giving financial support.”

Pratt said that he liked the originality in the idea of the film “Coming from a world of doing things like Jurassic World or Guardians of the Galaxy that have this embedded reach, this was an opportunity to bring that type of scope to something that was completely original. And in a world of remakes and reboots and sequels, it’s kind of neat to see something that’s brand new, fresh and original,” he said.

Although Pratt accepts that the films about saving the world can be predictable but curiosity is still a factor “People can walk into a film like this, and they probably know what’s going to happen, but they don’t know how it’s going to happen. They probably guess that we’re not going to go to the future and just get decimated and killed, and then the movie is over in 30 minutes. But you walk into this thinking, okay, how are they going to pull this off? How are they going to save the world?” the actor explained.

The Tomorrow War which is scheduled to release on 2 July, 2021, on Amazon Prime Video is a military science fiction. The film is directed by Chris McKay and written by Zach Dean. It stars Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, J. K. Simmons, Betty Gilpin, Sam Richardson, Edwin Hodge, Jasmine Mathews, Ryan Kiera Armstrong and Keith Powers in important roles.