Chris Pratt is not only one of the biggest movie stars working today, but he’s also one of the most likable actors in the business.
Pratt headlines two movie franchises in Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy while still unapologetic about his Christian faith and his love for hunting, which you’d think would make him unpopular with liberals. But there’s just something about the Hollywood golden boy where he largely gets love from everybody.
And what he just did proves he’s almost inarguably one of the best guys of all the actors out there.
TV Guide recently slandered Chris Pratt about his “problematic” life when the cameras aren’t rolling.
The writer was upset that Pratt found a home for his aging cat as he and his then-wife welcomed a new baby. It’s widely known that cats – especially older cats – are dangerous around newborns.
Then TV Guide was upset that he hunts in his free time and actually raised lambs to eat. Only God knows how that is offensive at all especially when he posted on social media how happy they were.
And then there was liberal backlash because of a joke that Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans told where they sexualized the Avengers character Black Widow in a completely innocent way. That’s when Pratt facetiously joked, “I want to make a heartfelt apology for whatever it is I end up accidentally saying during the forthcoming Jurassic World press tour.”
Still, Pratt remains one of the most beloved actors in Hollywood despite the attempts to sour his name. And it’s especially rare because Pratt refuses to change who he is as a person and is completely unapologetic about it.
Last week, Pratt sent out an epic tribute to police officers on National Law Enforcement Day.
He shouted out his brother who is also a police officer. Pratt wrote, “Today on National Law Enforcement Day I want to give a shout to my brother Cully who’s been a cop for 15 years after serving in the Army for eight. Love you bro! Thank you,” the 39-year-old actor captioned his post.”
He concluded by sending a message to all police officers, “You are seen. You are appreciated. You are loved. Today we honor you. Thank You to all our Police Officers who keep our communities safe.”
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Today on National Law Enforcement day I want to give a shout to my brother Cully who’s been a cop for 15 years after serving in the Army for eight. Love you bro! Thank you! He and his brothers and sisters in blue put their lives on the line every day for their communities. They’ve answered a call to public service that is demanding and often unappreciated. On National Law Enforcement Day, we have an opportunity to thank them for their service and offer a token of respect. You are seen. You are appreciated. You are loved. Today we honor you. 🙏♥️🇺🇸
Actors don’t do things like this. It’s considered taboo for liberal Hollywood elitists to do something like Pratt’s tribute.
For some reason, they have it in their minds that appreciating law enforcement is an endorsement of the 2nd Amendment.
Thankfully, Pratt’s career is unfazed by such an asinine thought.
In the meantime, Pratt’s been busy in his romantic life as well.
He just celebrated his engagement to Katherine Schwarzenegger, who is, of course, the anti-Trump The Terminator’s star’s daughter.
It was rumored right before Christmas that they were dating each other after Pratt and Anna Faris divorced. Then he posted a collage of pictures of the two of them on December 13th where he thanked her for the “laughs, kisses, talks, hikes, love and care.” Pratt also said he was, “thrilled God put you in my life.”
His soon to be father-in-law and former action star, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has been quiet about the recent news.
But one thing is for sure, there’s only room enough for one movie star in the family and it isn’t the guy whose movie career peaked in the 1980’s.