Chris Pratt Hits Up "Good Morning America" to Discuss "The Lego Movie"
Making a splash appearance on TV to discuss his latest flick, Chris Pratt swung by "Good Morning America" today (February 6) to talk cast mates, voice acting and his own little guy, Jack!
"GMA's" host, Robin Roberts introduced the "Moneyball" stud, saying, "They have been around for more than 50 years, more than 560 billion parts produced and now legos are ready for their close-up. Tomorrow their first ever full length 3D animated feature hits theaters. Well, like a cut of bricks."
Of his Character in the movie, Emmet, the 34-year-old said, "He's kind of lonely, and has been trying so hard his whole life to fit in and be normal, that he's essentially become invisible in this world that he lives in, and he's not memorable to anybody and so it's a very lonely place and, you know, he's a very regular kind of guy. You say invisible is a great way to start to be a hero."
Of his acting alongside the biggest names in the movie business, such as Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman and Liam Neeson, Chris said his experience was much more in-depth, telling Robin, "A lot of times they like to isolate an actor and get clean sound but the filmmakers thought it was important to allow comedians to interact with each other so that was pretty fun. I got to work with all those guys."
As the segment concluded, Robing and the crew of "Good Morning America" presented Chris with a collection of Baby Legos, for his son Jack, wishing him great success as his movie premieres on Friday!
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