The pandemic of coronavirus has got us all in the house and has forced us to change our habits in a radical way. However, for Chris Prattthe insulation is from quite a while a way of life, because in normal times, when I wasn’t filming or promoting her movies, left for long periods in the farm that has in the San Juan islands, in Washington state, very near the united States border with Canada. There she lives with his new wife, Katherine, the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger, whom he married in June last year after a divorce from Anna Faris, with whom he had a son who is now 8 years old.
During an interview to talk about Onward
, the Pixar film that in the original version he provided the voice of the older brother, Pratt told some details about the place in which he lives, although he did not give an exact location “for if you appeared there one fan.” The actor commented that there is dedicated to raising sheep: “This is the season in which they are born the fry and last night was born the first lamb. We have 56 pregnant females and five goats that are waiting breeding. Therefore we are going to be about 70 lambs, and seven kids, if all goes well. We had a lot of snow this year, an unusual amount. Usually we don’t have much snow, only mud. But now it is snowy and very cold,” he told mid-February at the luxurious SLS hotel in Beverly Hills.
Communion with the nature
Chris Pratt: “I grew up in the forest and I love camping, fishing and hunting, and is something that I will continue doing that forever”
The actor, born in Minnesota 40 years ago, contends that his decision to move to a far-eld has to do with a lifestyle that has since a long time ago: “I grew up in the forest and I love camping, fishing and hunting, and is something that I will continue doing that forever. I hope that my children and my grandchildren can enjoy the forests the same way that I have done, and that’s why I’ve always been a great conservationistsomething that is a fundamental part of the american culture. People think that fishermen and hunters are stealing the environment, but in reality we are the more we contribute to the conservation of the nature in this country,” said the interpreter.
About your father-in-law
“When I met Arnold Schwarzenegger, I saw him as a man, that is my father-in-law and who I respect a lot. It is a great father, and someone whom I have always admired as an actor. Now also I admire him as a man”
Inevitably the conversation pointed to his relationship with his father-in-lawthe legendary actor Terminator and the former governor of California, and admits that when he was a child was an idol for him: “There was a first time I met Arnold, and then there was another ‘moment’ in which I met him as my father-in-law”, recalled jokingly, and added: “it Was something very special, because in my generation, he was a god to all the lovers of the cinema of the late eighties and early nineties. To me I loved Predator and Commandand also Terminator, as well as the comedies he did. I have followed his career ever since. It is an icon, a legend and still is. The first time I met him, and I knew that in Hollywood there is a curtain, and that is as in The wizard of Ozwhere you don’t have to pay attention to the man behind that curtain. There is a lot of smoke and thank God I feel so comfortable on this side of the curtain as he. But when I knew him differently, saw him as a man, that is my father-in-law and who I respect a lot. It is a great father, and also someone whom I have always admired as an actor. Now also I admire him as a man”, he said.
As happens today with all the Hollywood stars, Pratt has had to put on hold the shooting of his next film, a new delivery of
World Jurassic in you share poster with Laura Dern, though that doesn’t take away from the enthusiasm: “to Work with animatronics is captivating. There is a whole team of people behind the scenes that handle a velocirráptor giant. You have to 12 or 15 puppeteers back there and it is very fun to work with them. What is done in CGI is more complicated, because you have to get away from something that is not there, and it takes a little time to get used to, and trust in the director.”