When it comes to the biggest films in the world, Chris Pratt is definitely at the top.
In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Pratt revealed that the Hunger Games star is set to star in a new adaptation of The Hateful 8, which is set in the 1920s and follows a family of people who were forcibly relocated to an isolated Texas prison.
Pratt will play Maximus, a leader of a band of outlaws who are led by the leader of the group, Owen (Oscar Isaac).
It will be the first time Pratt has appeared in a film since his big-screen debut in Jurassic World, which earned him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination.
“I love it,” Pratt said of The Big Chill.
“It’s one of those films where you want to see it again.”
For the first film, Pratt and Isaac’s Owen’s son, Maximus (a.k.a.
Jack), is the main character.
It’s unclear when the film will be released, but Pratt teased that it will be a “big one.”
“I know it’s going to be huge,” he said.
“When it comes out I hope people will be excited.”
Pratt has been the star of a lot of big-budget blockbusters since he starred as Owen in the original Jurassic World in 2015.
However, he hasn’t had the success that the other big names have had in Hollywood, such as Harrison Ford, Mark Ruffalo, and Bradley Cooper.
“The Haugherts are one of the few guys in the movie business who have been able to sustain the success of this movie and keep the studio happy and make sure they get a little bit of money back, which they have been doing for a long time,” Pratt explained to EW.
“But I think that it is also going to show a lot more of the power of what we do.”