The internet is having a meltdown over the new Baby Groot in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"
Chris Pratt tours the set of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' to entice fans to enter a contest to spend a day on set. This is part of a charity effort from a company called Omaze which frequently offers a chance to win a cool experience to encourage entries that raise money for a charity, in this case, Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club.
The video description provided a link and an explanation of what kind of prize the winner will receive:
Chris Pratt is offering you the chance to jump a forklift (?) and own a door (???) on the set of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Why would you want to do that? Let Chris explain. Enter for your chance to win: http://bit.ly/ChrisPratt-GuardiansSet
All donations of $10 or more help the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club build a new teen center.
The Awesome Mix Volume 1, is set to hit store shelves on November 28, but it's a limited release only at Independent Record Stores participating in Record Store Day. No word on how many copies will be made, but make sure to be there early, just in case.
Most celebrities take props and costumes from the sets of their movies as mementos, not Chris Pratt. This Guardian of the Galaxy took his full Star-Lord costume just so he could wear it to children's hospitals. This week he stopped by Children's Hospital Los Angeles to let the kids try on the jacket and talk superheroes.
He even got to sit with Dylan Prunty and talk all about The Lego Movie. Chris Pratt is Guarding the Galaxy one child at a time.