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verysharpteeth:

221b-baker-sweets:

nothingbutacheat:

loki-of-sassgaard:

thedailysuperhero:

When Marvel wants you to play the lead in Guardians of the Galaxy you get ripped. Chris Pratt one year ago compared to now.

Now, how many horrible questions do you think he’s going to get about what foods he misses, or how hard it was to be able to fit into his costume?

#spoilers: none

not entirely true though. he was asked what he cut out of his diet to get that fit, and he spoke the truth

Actually he’s gotten the diet question pretty frequently from what I’ve seen (I’ve seen at least three separate interviews where he’s answering that) and he’s getting the “does the wife like you better ripped or not” question frequently too where you can tell the anticipated answer is “she loves it” (spoiler alert: she likes him fluffy rather than built). Pratt has stood out some because he hasn’t played the “oh I love working out and the gym” game that so many actors do when asked to get extremely fit. You might hear a few grumble about the diet change (Sebastian was actually a little more vocal than most because he was pretty loathe to give up pasta and alcohol and the Dane Dehan story about crying over a burger is hilarious), but not many have addressed it with a flat out “I was MISERABLE and I hate this” like Chris Pratt has.
While I grasp that the pressure is on women much more than men when it comes to image, let’s not ignore the fact that body image in general is something Hollywood is just fixated on.

verysharpteeth:

221b-baker-sweets:

nothingbutacheat:

loki-of-sassgaard:

thedailysuperhero:

When Marvel wants you to play the lead in Guardians of the Galaxy you get ripped. Chris Pratt one year ago compared to now.

Now, how many horrible questions do you think he’s going to get about what foods he misses, or how hard it was to be able to fit into his costume?

#spoilers: none

not entirely true though. he was asked what he cut out of his diet to get that fit, and he spoke the truth

Actually he’s gotten the diet question pretty frequently from what I’ve seen (I’ve seen at least three separate interviews where he’s answering that) and he’s getting the “does the wife like you better ripped or not” question frequently too where you can tell the anticipated answer is “she loves it” (spoiler alert: she likes him fluffy rather than built). Pratt has stood out some because he hasn’t played the “oh I love working out and the gym” game that so many actors do when asked to get extremely fit. You might hear a few grumble about the diet change (Sebastian was actually a little more vocal than most because he was pretty loathe to give up pasta and alcohol and the Dane Dehan story about crying over a burger is hilarious), but not many have addressed it with a flat out “I was MISERABLE and I hate this” like Chris Pratt has.

While I grasp that the pressure is on women much more than men when it comes to image, let’s not ignore the fact that body image in general is something Hollywood is just fixated on.

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timtampon:

I was talking to my friend on the phone and then she almost got run over and i was obviously really concerned so i asked her if she was okay and after a moment she replied “there is a Jesus in the sky” in a really matter-of-fact sort of way
so obviously I thought something was seriously wrong butimage

vineforlife:

Evolution of words.