Chris Pratt surprised his wife, Anna Faris, with an upgrade diamond ring, explaining “She got me a tractor… so we’re kind of even,” when speaking with E! News’ Zuri Hall at the “Passengers” premiere in L.A.’s Westwood neighborhood Wednesday.
“He just got me this ring. I know. Like two days ago,” Faris told E! News. “He’s an incredibly romantic man and I’m very, very lucky.”
As for “Passengers,” Pratt will make good on recent statements that both men and women in Hollywood should be held up as sex objects — by joyfully allowing the film to show him naked and otherwise exploit his physique.
The Morten Tyldum movie, about two travelers who wake up in the middle of 90-year space commute, sees far more nudity and general objectification for Pratt than his costar Jennifer Lawrence, and perhaps by design.
Pratt’s character (spoiler alert!) is one of 5,000 sleeping humans headed for a new life on the bountiful planet of Homestead II. He awakens 30 years into the journey and suffers a gradually worsening isolation, scenes of which include his exposed backside in the shower and shuffling around his ride, the Starship Avalon.
There’s also sweaty weight lifting in the gym, flexing on a futuristic basketball court and (perhaps the most gratuitous) using his earthbound skills as an engineer to show off his biceps as he tinkers with a toolbox.
“A huge part of how my career has shifted is based on the way that I look, on the way that I’ve shaped my body to look,” Pratt said during the summer 2015 press tour for “Jurassic World,” which followed his true leading man breakout in the 2014 Marvel film “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
We’re sure Faris is pleased.