Chris Pratt Shows How ‘Prattkeeping’ Is Done
Not so long ago Chris Pratt tamed and trained deadly Velociraptors in “Jurassic World” and saved an associate from getting mutilated by them in their cage. The move went viral, many zookeepers found it adorable and thought of thanking the actor by paying him a tribute. They posted pictures of themselves with their animals. Animals ranged from rhinos, otters to chicken and the keepers nailed it with their version. They even coined a term “Prattkeeping” which was trending on Twitter. Seems like Chris himself took notice of that and decided to give some very special friends another demo at how wonderful his version is.
According to Yahoo! Movies, the actor visited Our Lady of the Lake Children’s hospital in Baton Rouge in Louisiana to spend some time with the children there, sign some posters and distribute “Jurassic World” Lego sets to them. Chris who is currently shooting for Antoine Fuqua’s “The Magnificent Seven” alongside co-stars Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke paid visit to the hospital since it is quite close to him at a personal level. It is the same hospital where Chris’s wife Anna Faris gave birth to their son Jack who is now three years old. Naturally the hospital staff were delighted when the actor spent time with them by signing autographs for them and lifting their spirits because kids were definitely enjoying themselves with Star-Lord. Chris also calmed down three kids jokingly demonstrating how Prattkeeping is actually done and what fun activity it can be.
This is not the first time he has visited a hospital. True to his word, Chris accompanied fellow Marvel star Chris Evans at a children’s hospital in Boston dressed as Star-Lord and spent time with children there. It was part of a bet that was made during an NFL game that clearly stated that if Pratt’s team lost, he would visit a hospital in Boston and if Evans supported team lost then he would visit a hospital in Seattle. Even though Evans won, he made sure to accompany Pratt to the children’s hospital in Seattle dressed as Captain America.
Photo source: Facebook/Chris Pratt