Chris Pratt takes fans on a 'really illegal' tour of the 'Avengers: Endgame' set
Chris Pratt's heroic rogue Star-Lord is supposed to be the legendary outlaw, not the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor himself.
"Nobody was allowed to film anything on their phones. I said screw it," Pratt writes in an Instagram post following the latest Marvel blockbuster's hugely historic opening weekend.
Pratt recalled "being blown away in this moment" when he took out his phone while cast and crew were working on a scene during the end of "Endgame." He captures "Guardians" co-stars Dave Bautista and Pom Klementieff - the former in full makeup, the latter getting there - as well as Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, Robert Downey Jr. and Chadwick Boseman.
Sean Gunn, James Gunn's brother who stands in for the computer-generated Rocket Raccoon during the filming of the Marvel movies, deadpans, "I'm pretty sure I'm the most famous person here."
"This is a really illegal video," Pratt says in the camera before turning to Evans, who feints punching him and adds, "Big trouble." (It's also worth noting that Evans makes a goofy face when he first sees Pratt's phone out, hamming for a picture before figuring out, "Oh, it's just a video.")
Pratt sums it up for all of us: "We are so blessed."