Oh, Chris Pratt.
Call us biased (he is from our great state), but we just think he's the bee's knees. He's not only incredibly easy on the eyes, but he's also hilarious and a do-gooder. The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star is gracing the cover of the newest Vanity Fair, and his Instagram captures the perfect awkwardness and hilarity that it seems like these types of shoots entail.
Pratt posted a series of the photos featured in the issue online, with captions detailing.....well....any and everything. Just try and read through these without smiling.
This is a picture of me on the cover of @VanityFair that water was cold AF. The magazine is on newsstands now. Is news stands one word? Is it newsstands or news stands? Siri didn't correct me and put a line underneath it so. That settles that. Anyways. You can go get it at the place where they sell magazines. Rite Aid or whatever. There is also an online version floating around somewhere. The article is very nice. Please read it. It talks about my upbringing and my faith. I remember seeing Heath Ledger on the cover of Vanity Fair when I was a kid. I read the article. Then one day I saw him driving through Hollywood. He had an awesome Ford Mustang. I drove a Suzuki Samurai at the time and was dead broke. Quick question... If a train of thought left my phone going 80 miles an hour due east- would it still be douchey to post more pics from my @vanityfair shoot?
Here's me warming up after having to be in that freakin' cold ass water forever.
I remember drinking this beer at the photo shoot and it tasted so good. Which reminds me of the time my friend from work went out with me for beer at this place on sunset about 17 years ago and brought a pitcher to the table and I said, "What beer is that? No wait don't tell me. Let me guess." And I sipped it. "Newcastle!" He was like, "Yah that's right...That's probably not a good sign Chris"
And here I am casually sniffing my knuckles.
A photo posted by chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) on Jan 5, 2017 at 2:57pm PST
One more still from the @vanityfair photo shoot. I have to credit the brilliant photographer @markseliger who discovered me wedged between these two rocks. It took him all day to pull me out. I had been stuck there for hours. I had barely enough strength to stare pensively into the distance. I mean, it was bad. Anyways. I almost had to chew off the lower half of my body to get out. But I'm not flexible enough. Bottom line. I could have died. But thanks to the brilliant photographer @markseliger I'm alive to tell the story, which is currently being optioned for a movie.