The Evolution of Chris Pratt: From 'Everwood' to 'Magnificent Seven' (Photos)\r\n\r\nChris Pratt goes from lovable goofball on "Parks and Recreation" to hunky stud in "The Magnificent Seven."\r\n\r\nPratt, sporting a mighty mop of hair, in one of his early headshots.\r\n\r\nPratt during his years as Bright Abbott on WB show "Everwood."\r\n\r\nPratt with his wife Anna Farris. The two were married in Bali in 2009.\r\n\r\nPratt endeared himself to viewers as lovable goofball Andy Dwyer on "Parks and Recreation."\r\n\r\nPratt proved himself a capable dramatic actor in 2011's "Moneyball"\r\n\r\nThe selfie that started it all. Pratt as he prepared for his role in "Zero Dark Thirty."\r\n\r\nPratt returned to comedy with his mustached turn in the 2013 Spike Jonze film "Her."\r\n\r\nPratt's career went into the stratosphere with his leading role in 2014's "Guardian of the Galaxy."\r\n\r\nPratt lent his voice to the lead character Emmet in the megahit 2014 film "The Lego Movie."\r\n\r\nChris Pratt keeps himself grounded with wife Anna Farris and young son Jack.\r\n\r\nPratt has another blockbuster on his hands with the release of "Jurassic World"\r\n\r\nAntoine Fuqua's "The Magnificent Seven" remake will be released this week, in which Pratt plays a hunky sharpshooter who is obsessed with card magic tricks.\r\n\r\nOn Sept. 20, Sony released a trailer for "Passengers," in which Chris Pratt stars alongside Jennifer Lawrence. The film will be released on Dec. 21.