Chris Pratt Not To Fly Overseas To Shoot For Any Movie Due To Contractual Obligations

Chris Pratt, the legendary American actor, has stated that he shall be following the tenets of his contract with the film fraternity by not flying abroad to shoot for a movie. The actor reiterates his decision has nothing to do with a fear of flying, but he simply does not want to violate the tenets of his agreement. 

Pratt found himself in the limelight when he was countered by actress and director Rae Dawn Chong while working as a waiter for a company. He was 19 years old at that time. The lady took an instant liking for Pratt. As a consequence, he became a member of the crew of Cursed Part 3, a short film released in 2000.

There have been more than a dozen movies down the line, and the latest has been The Magnificent Seven, which is scheduled to be released in 2017. Pratt shot to prominence through his work on TV like in Everwood in the year 2002 and Parks and Recreation. His contribution to cinema is seen in movies like Wanted and Her.

Pratt has been the recipient of quite a few awards too. Among others have been Young Hollywood Award for 2014 and MTV Movie Award for 2014. He has also been nominated for several awards, besides bagging quite a few too.
Pratt has been an integral part of several movies like Jurassic World. While shooting for the movie last year, he got the message of his father's death following a bout with multiple sclerosis.

His shooting adventure in New Orleans for the film in 2014 brought him with the news, and he did his best to divert himself from the tragic news. He even got into a fight with a drug-dealer to channelise his feelings.

 

 

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