Chris Pratt Tours 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Set in Comedic Fundraising Video
Writer-director James Gunn also makes an appearance just in time to keep the actor from spilling the beans on who Star-Lord's father is.
Chris Pratt nearly spilled the beans on who Star-Lord's father is.
In a fundraising video for Washington's Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club, the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 star offers fans the opportunity to eat a meal and spend a day with the actor on set.
"Hey guys, I'm going to get right to it. I want to make you the newest Guardian of the Galaxy," Pratt tells the viewer in the comedic video.
Throughout the near three-minute clip, Pratt walks his fans through various areas on set, including looking at costumes, props, the studio and space shuttle.
"I'm revealing who Star-Lord's father is," Pratt says to the camera before writer-director James Gunn jumps in. "Wait, you can't. You don't understand what a spoiler is. I keep telling you this every single —" Gunn tells the Guardians star.
"I do know what a spoiler is," Pratt interjects, quipping, "I had one on the CRX in high school."
Funds raised through the campaign will go toward building the Boys and Girls Club a new youth center from the ground up.
"What good can we do? The Boys and Girls Club near where I grew up in Washington badly needs some upgrading and with your help, we’re gonna build a new teen center," Pratt wrote in a Facebook post. "So, if you help me help some amazing kids get the resources they need, I promise you’ll get the best day ever with me on set, where among other things you can: hang out and watch us film, spend one on one time with me, raid the food and candy at craft service, watch me boss people around and make ridiculous demands. I mean, the sky is the limit to the ridiculousness and fun."
Listed on the Omaze entry page, the winner of the contest will score "a behind-the-scenes tour of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, including a tour of the Milano," "Talk about space (or anything) with Chris Pratt over lunch" and "Get flown to Atlanta and put up in a 4-star hotel."