Chris Pratt Promises an Explosive Storytelling in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’
Chris Pratt could not hide his excitement when asked to describe his latest movie “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” In fact, anyone would be enticed to watch the Marvel film just by hearing what the actor has to say.
“This ups the ante for the last one in every way and shape you can imagine,” Pratt said at the LA premiere of the superhero film.
Unlike the first adaptation, Pratt assured “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is “funnier, faster and richer” in terms of storyline.
Not only that, he said that the sequel has incorporated stories which are expected to cause a sharp pang of emotion to the audience.
The actor also added that they have decided to allocate more time in storytelling instead of lengthy backstories.
“It’s emotionally driven, character driven, relationship driven, epic space supernova that explodes and it’s bigger brighter faster than any movie you have ever seen.”
Pratt also credited the success of science fiction genre to the technology advancement which has furthered the qualities of these films over the years.
Kurt Russell, on the other hand, said science fiction has become the most in demand film genre among movie fans. “The genre is out there, you can put anything in it, whatever you put in it is what they are going to love,” he told Fox News.
For “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” the actor commended director James Gunn for giving justice to the Marvel movie by choosing the right actors. He, however, admitted that he was pressured to meet the expectations when he first joined them for the sequel.
“You feel like you have to make the team and you feel like you want to bring something to it that is going to add rather than subtract. So that’s the pressure and that’s the fun,” Russell said.
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is slated to hit the US theaters on May 5.
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