How cool! Chris brought tons of joy AND a copy of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ to kids at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles on Aug. 20. We’re swooning.
Chris Pratt, 35, managed to put smiles on a bunch of kids’ faces at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles when he showed up dressed as his Guardians of the Galaxy character, Star-Lord, on Aug. 20. The hunky ice-bucket challenge master coordinated with Marvel and Children’s Miracle Network Hospital and gifted kids with a special screening of one of this summer’s biggest hits, according to E! News.
Chris Pratt Visits Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Guardians of the Galaxy played for the patients, families and staff of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Chris came to the event dressed in Star-Lord’s costume, let one boy wear his awesome leather jacket, and then spent time with the kids afterwards.
Chris stayed at the hospital for three hours, playing with the kids, taking photos, signing autographs, and giving out movie-themed toys, including some from his other 2014 blockbuster, The LEGO Movie.
Chris also played with Dylan “Lego Kid” Prunty, whose Make-A-Wish pick was for a LEGO replica of the hospital!
— HuffPost Celebrity (@HuffPostCeleb) August 21, 2014
Chris reportedly re-enacted scenes from The LEGO Movie with Dylan. It even looks as though Chris autographed some of the child’s possessions.
Chris Pratt: Why He Stole Star-Lord’s Leather Jacket
In a recent interview (watch it below), Chris revealed that he stole Star-Lord’s leather jacket from the set of Guardians, so that he could bring this movie hero into the lives of kids in need of a role model. (So sweet!)
Isn’t Chris Pratt so cute, HollywoodLifers? This makes us like him so much more!
— Chris Rogers