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Chris Pratt

 

  1. Chad Smith, Tears of the Sun, 2002.    US director Antoine Fuqua chose Pratt for one, the Steve McQueen one, of his Magnificent Seven revisit in 2016. “He would constantly bring up the time he read for me on Tears of the Sun. ‘Remember? I was the guy who came in dressed in the military fatigues, and I dove behind a chair. And Antoine, you looked at me like, hurry up and get this fucking guy out the room… He’s very self-aware, he makes fun of himself. He is humble and has no ego. I think guys like that… know how it feels to be on the other side, to be the guy diving behind the chair with fatigues on, hoping to make an impression, and knowing people want you to hurry up and get out the room. He remembers. I was happy that he wasn’t pissed off at me for not working with him that time. He would joke about it every day.”
  2. Joseph Gordon-Levit, The Lookout, 2006.  Chris Pratt auditioned  but never got a call-back for a bank’s janitor called… Chris Pratt .
  3. Sam Worthington, Avatar, 2008.      Fox wanted Matt Damon or Jake Gyllenhaal  for the crippled hero, Jake (ex-Josh) Sully. James Cameron wanted an unknown without any baggage. Chris Pine gave “my worst audition ever,” poor Worthington was reduced to living in his car at the time… and Pratt figured that was the end of any franchise for him. Until Guardians of the Galaxy in 2013.  
  4.  Chris Pine, Star Trek, 2008.     
  5. TJ Miller,  Our Idiot Brother, 2010.      The project clashed with his TV schedule for Parks and Recreation,  2009-2015. Never mind. Just  around the corner lay Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, 2013, and superstardom. Chris Pratt was the  name of Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s role in The Lookout, 2007.
  6. Bradley Cooper, American Sniper, 2014.      Yes he was one of the producers. But no, Cooper never felt he was right for the ex-Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most effective US sniper during the Iraq War. “But that was the only way that I was gonna get the movie produced. Chris Pratt was the guy in my mind - always. But I didn’t tell anybody that!” At one time, Steven  Spielberg was due to direct - instead, he signed up Pratt for his 2014 Jurassic Park production… which immediately broke every global box-office record in  the book.
  7. Alden Ehrenreich, Solo: A Star Wars Story, 2017.  

 

 

 





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