Chris Pratt Taking 6 Months Off After Hectic Schedule

Even the best in the business need some time on the couch to recharge the batteries. And that is exactly what Chris Pratt will be doing for the next 6 months. According to Celebuzz, the man from Minnesota will return home with his wife Anna Faris and 4-year old boy Jack after filming three high-charged movies on the bounce.

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Those pictures included the sequel Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Passengers and the Western blockbuster The Magnificent Seven. In the latter he will star alongside Ethan Hawke, Peter Sarsgaard and Denzel Washington. Pratt outlined that he needed to give his mind and body and break from the rigors to enjoy some home comforts for half a year.

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris at 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards - Getty Images

“I’ve been on the road for 14 months – I did three movies back to back to back – so I’m taking six months off,” he explained. “I’m taking Jack to Jack’s Beach — which is what we named the little stretch of beach on an island up on the San Juan Islands where we got a place. We’re going to go back to the fort we built about a month and a half ago when we went for a short visit and see if that’s still there. If not, we’re going to build it again.”

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ABC News reportes that Pratt could not contain his love and admiration for his Magnificent Seven co-star Denzel Washington when he featured on Good Morning America.

"Oh, man, I love Denzel," began the Parks and Recreation star. "Denzel's a legend and a great human being. We had a good time working together. It's rare you get a chance to work with somebody who's a two-time Oscar winner. He's just decorated. Like I said, he's a legend. ... It is a bromance, yeah."

But while his new friendship with a Hollywood icon was fresh in the memory, he did spill the beans on the next Marvel incarnation of Guardians of the Galaxy.

"Marvel's going to get mad, but I'll tell you everything," he laughed. "It picks up a couple of months after the events of the first movie and all the characters are back. Kurt Russell's also going to be in part two and the soundtrack is off the chain. I can't say much, but it's going to be the greatest spectacle movie of all time. I don't want to oversell it."

Sounds awesome.

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