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Chris Pratt Discusses His Role of Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy
Posted by Larry Csonka on 07.08.2014

- Chris Pratt recently spoke about his role as Peter Quill (aka Star-Lord) in Guardians of the Galaxy. Here are the highlights…

On Peter Quill aka Star-Lord: "I think at this point he's definitely more informed by who he was on Earth," Pratt said about the character. "The arc of the character is a very human arc. It's really based on who he was and what was taken from him as a kid and something that he missed and lacks that he has to gain through the course of the movie, that's definitely what we're focusing on."

On The Costuming of His Character: "All that stuff makes my job pretty easy actually," he confessed. "Well it's not easy, but it makes it easier because it's doing a lot of the work. The props, the costumes, the masks, the guns, everything that distracts a viewer's attention from me, I invite. So, just in case I f*** up, please, just look at the guns."

On Getting to Create a Character That is Unknown to a Large Audience: "I think it probably is helpful that people don't know who he is, because it would be my intention to want to make this my own anyways," Pratt revealed. "Keep it real and keep it close to who I am and maybe the fact that no one knows these characters, that will be helpful. It probably will be helpful, because if you look at the Star Wars prequels that came out, there's a lot of expectation there, and to shoulder a project with preconceived notions, expectations and all these things, it makes it difficult. It makes it difficult if you're trying to satisfy what people think they know about a character. The very first Star Wars didn't have that problem because it was all brand new, you just take it for what it is. So what I'm saying is we'll be better than Star Wars."

Credit: superherohype.com


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