Pratt is currently promoting his new movie "Jurassic World," where he plays a raptor researcher who can train the dinosaurs, Owen Grady. When chatting to The Guardian about his role in the film, Pratt talked at length about his love of hunting and we have to say, we were shocked.
“I have a great deal of respect for the animals that I kill and I feel remorse and all of the emotions that come with it,” Pratt said.
He then explained why he is able to kill something then feel upset about it, like that is a thing that makes sense.
“The thing inside me that drives me to go out and hunt is very animal," Pratt said. "But the remorse, emotion and respect I feel, and the closeness to God that I feel when I’m out there, is my humanity. It’s an opportunity for me to explore what parts of me are animal and what parts are human.”
So he feels his humanity after he kills animals, which is why he does it. Makes sense. Damn it Chris, can’t you just go clay pigeon shooting?!
It looks like we’re not the only ones who have lost love for Pratt over this particular bit of hypocrisy either:
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This article was written by Emmy Griffiths. Follow her on Twitter @emmyfg.
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