Yesterday, a new trailer for the latest installment of Jurassic Park came out, reminding us all to save the date for June 12. Starring Chris Pratt, the blockbuster focuses on a genetically-modified dinosaur designed to be larger, and maybe even scarier, than a T-Rex.
Proposed spinoffs notwithstanding, last night was the last episode of Parks and Recreation, the last time we’ll get to see Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson, Tom Haverford, and the whole Pawnee gang. The finale was an incredibly sweet swan song to the entire cast, showing **spoiler alert** what the distant future held for every major character. But if the ensemble’s comments during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers are to be believed, Chris Pratt had a very different (and very morbid) idea for how to end the show. More
In case you missed it, actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans, who play superheroes Captain America and Star-Lord in Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Guardians of the Galaxy, respectively, made a Super Bowl bet. More
Super Bowl 49 came to a close with the New England Patriots beating the Seattle Seahawks in thrilling fashion, 28-24, thanks to the late-game heroics of Malcolm Butler. Speaking of heroics, there are two superheroes whose Super Bowl wager has yet to be settled, specifically actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans.
Actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans are the stars of two massive superhero franchises. Evans, a native Bostonian, thrilled audiences as Captain America last spring in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, while Pratt helmed the blockbuster hit of the summer as Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy.
But now, the two stand on opposite sides of the battlefield, as Evans is an unabashed Patriots fan, while Pratt is a major Seattle Seahawks supporter. What happens when two larger-than-life superheroes face off?
An epic Twitter war and a high-stakes Super Bowl bet, that’s what. More
Two days before it was set to debut, the trailer for “Jurassic World,” the latest dino adventure flick from executive producer Steven Spielberg, hit YouTube. And despite our worst fears after the terribleness of 2001’s “Jurassic Park III,” it looks pretty flippin’ amazing. More
Chris Pratt – former bumbling fat guy from “Parks & Rec” and current wiseacre hunk from “Guardians of the Galaxy” – is swiftly proving that he can do no wrong.