After Chris Pratt was essentially chosen as the “worst Chris” on social media, a few MCU stars joined social media to defend him
After the actor became a subject of strong opposition from the Internet, several MCU stars have entered social media to defend Chris Pratt.
Before his debut on the MCU, Pratt was known for playing Andy Dwyer in parks and entertainment venues. In 2014, he starred in “Guardians of the Galaxy” as Peter Quill, also known as “The Star-Lord”. And quickly became one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Since then, he has starred in the “Jurassic World” series, and at the same time adapted three MCU movies for his “StarCraft”.
Pratt is expected to return to the Guardians of the Galaxy in development. The release date has not yet been received.
The online backlash against Pratt began on Sunday, when social media users began to answer the question of “which Chris” should disappear from the famous actor Chris: Chris Evans, Pine, Hemsworth And Pratt. In the end, countless people choose Pratt because of his political and religious views.
Therefore, the actor himself is popular on Twitter.
As of this writing, Pratt has not yet responded to this, but several celebrities who have worked with him have already defended him.
So far, four well-known members of MCU have posted messages supporting Pratt on social media. The first was Robert Downey Jr., who called Pratt his “brother” and suggested that those who opposed him delete their social media. Mark Ruffalo followed, writing: “I know him personally, not lying, but watching his life.”
Pratt’s Guardians of the Galaxy Members James Gunn and Zoe Saldana each posted their own positive messages.
Now, resistance to those defending Pratt is spreading, and many people question why they are not supported by other MCU actors such as Brie Larson, Tessa Thompson, and Zendaya. The cast of these three actresses and several other actresses are facing strong opposition from the Internet, but Downey and Ruffalo have never participated in the defense. So far, no other MCU participant has published an article supporting Pratt.