Star Lord in "Guardians of the Galaxy" Chris Pratt has become a pivotal member of many big budget movies and is now gearing up for the release of his upcoming movie, "Jurassic World", where he plays and Velociraptor trainer Owen Brady. However, his loyal fans still remember him as the sloppy, sweet, and gullible Andy from Amy Poehler's "Parks and Recreation", before he became the chiseled baseman, Scott Hatteberg, in "Moneyball".
His beloved wife Anna Faris has been churning the big bucks ever since her "Scary Movie" days, long before "Parks and Recreation" got Pratt the attention and praise he deserved. For the better part of their dating/married life, Faris has remained the bigger star and Pratt was thought of as the purse-holding guy at red carpet events, the "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" star revealed in a recent interview.
"She's done really amazing things—she's always gonna be known for really funny and great work, critically acclaimed work and successful stuff... I've had those moments, where I was like the guy holding the purse at events and people just looked right through me," Pratt told in an interview with GQ Magazine, according to Yahoo.
He also talked about being disrespected by fellow actors, who flirted with his wife right in front of him: "And, you know, actors come up and just blatantly hit on my wife in front of me and don't even look at me. I'm like, 'What the f***, dude?' I can think of exactly who they are, too, and I hope they f***ing audition for 'Guardians of the Galaxy (2).'"
Regardless of external conflicts, the Pratts stood by each other through their successes, sharing the limelight. In fact, they joked about Pratt's sudden rise to success and Faris' lack of offers at the People's Choice Awards, which Anna Faris hosted with Allison Janney.
As Pratt gears up for the release of "Jurassic World" on 10 June, Faris works on her successful CBS sitcom "Mom", which has been renewed for a third season.