Is Chris Pratt really the worst Hollywood Chrises? Well, while his haters definitely believe this, the same cannot be said of some of his famous friends and co-stars, including Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr., who were quick to defend him!
As you may have heard, Chris Pratt has been dubbed the worst Chris in Hollywood on Twitter!
While this isn’t the worst thing in the world, even for someone as confident as Pratt, it can still be pretty crap.
At the same time, just being inducted into the famous Chrises’ “club”, which includes Chris Evans, Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth, is great enough as they are all so cheerful and popular.
But why do people have to rate them?
While this question may never be answered, at least one debate is over – the internet voted Chris Pratt out after producer Amy Berg “forced” her to make a decision.
She posted pictures of each of the Chrises last weekend and told users to leave.
At that moment someone said funny: “Chris Pratt is out, Chris Messina is about to go on a 16-month test run.”
Others were serious about their decision to kick Chris Pratt out of the Chris Club and questioned his political beliefs as the reason for their decision.
Regardless, Pratt’s Avengers friends soon came to his defense.
Ruffalo didn’t hesitate to hit users back for bullying his co-star.
He tweeted: ‘All of you, @prattprattpratt is as solid as a man out there. I know him personally and watch him live his life instead of worrying. It is usually just not openly political. This is a distraction [from voting in the election]. Let’s keep an eye on the price, friends. We are so close now. ‘
Then it was Downey Jr.’s turn to defend Pratt and say, “What a world … The ‘Sinless’ throw stones at my brother Chris Pratt … A true Principle Christian never has something other than assertiveness and gratitude. AND he has just married into a family that creates space for civil discourse and (quite simply) INSISTS on service as the highest value. Sit down to your OWN character flaws, work on THEM and celebrate then your humanity. ‘