Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt In The Same Movie? Don't Pinch Yourself, Because This Isn't A Dream
Two of America's biggest sweethearts these days radiate epicness, and now, we might just be treated to a movie starring the both of them: Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are reportedly both in talks for Passengers, an upcoming sci-fi film from Sony. This is hardly a surprise, of course: These are two of the people in Hollywood probably getting the most phone calls and offers these days. They were after all, the stars of the two highest-grossing films of 2014. It's kind of a no-brainer to put them in a movie together.
Lawrence and Pratt starring in the same movie doesn't just open up possibilities for Hollywood to rake in the dough, though: If these talks go as Sony's hoping they will, it will also almost certainly mean a lot of delight for those of us who get to witness these two as co-workers. In other words: This press tour is pretty much guaranteed to be filled with all the charm these two stunners can muster. Which, given their history, is really an alarming amount of charm.
Really though, these are two people famous, at least in small part, for their real-life humor. It's not the same magical kind Amy Poehler or Tina Fey possess — in other words, that of trained comedy writers proven to have zingers up their sleeves at all times, though both do have sitcom experience. It's the kind where someone's filter's kind of broken and they wind up saying the most amazing things just cause it passed through their brain at exactly the right (or wrong) moment. Lawrence's rise to the top may have resulted in a slight reigning-in of that energy, but here's to hoping the proximity to Pratt is all she needs to help make the Passengers press tour a fun moment in our future.
Let us not forget, after all, all the glories their past press tours have given us. For instance...
• Maybe if we're lucky we'll get to see Pratt braid Lawrence's hair.
• I sincerely hope they'll both go majorly TMI, like Lawrence always does with David Letterman.
• And it is absolutely required that all journalists give them the opportunity to make as many inappropriate jokes as possible.
(It's the only way their spirits can really soar.)