So Pratt is fine being ogled at, desired, and objectified. We just hope someone doesn't take it too far and become one of those stalkers or that weird crotch hugger doesn't go after him, too. In Guardians of the Galaxy, we all saw his personality, humor, and bare chest thrown up on the big screen. Some sexual tension with a green alien was fun to watch as well, even if it was a hetero coupling. I went to see Jurassic World last night and it was great! My friend I went with jokingly said, "the only reason I am seeing this movie is because Chris Pratt is in it." We both chuckled, but we as well didn't mind seeing him "oiled up" covered in brake fluid, watching how his shirt draped across his chest just so, and the mix of bum and crotch shots (sorry, he had pants on). Someone said there were dinosaurs in the movie, but I think they were fibbing.
Pratt added, "There are a lot of women who got careers out of it, and I'm using it to my advantage. And at the end of the day, our bodies are objects. We're just big bags of flesh and blood and meat and organs that God gives us to drive around." – independent.co.uk
Big bags of flesh … Ok, I guess gay men and dinosaurs think alike in some ways. With that attitude and previous comments by Pratt that he doesn't understand why people don't like him walking around with his junk out, are we going to see Pratt display all the goods some day? Can we throw him on Game of Thrones to show the HBO boys how it's done?
Chris Pratt knows that America has spent the last year and some change thinking impure thoughts about how stacked he's gotten for his roles in Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy. And he's perfectly fine with that. – details.com
With sequels 99% happening for both the JP and the GotG franchises, we will get to see more of the now smaller big bag of flesh we love to call Chris Pratt run around on the big screen. The question is, how much of that flesh will we get to see. Hey producers and directors, he just said he didn't mind. Listen to the man!