Chris Pratt climbs into mouth of massive Tyrannosaurus Lego as he promotes Jurassic World: Dominion


Chris Pratt climbs into mouth of massive Tyrannosaurus Lego sculpture as he promotes Jurassic World: Dominion: ‘They got mad at me’

His character Owen Grady has been trying to avoid being eaten by a Tyrannosaurus dinosaur for three films now.

But Chris Pratt didn’t mind jumping in the mouth of one.

The 42-year-old actor had a bit of fun as he climbed in the mouth of a massive Lego sculpture of the meat-eater dinosaur while promoting Jurassic World: Dominion on Thursday morning.

Yum: Chris Pratt had a bit of fun as he climbed in the mouth of a massive Lego sculpture of the meat-eater dinosaur while promoting Jurassic World: Dominion on Thursday morning

Chris was appearing on the Today show in New York City where he decided to pose inside of the huge 3,000-pound sculpture made of the iconic Danish plastic bricks.

However his gag did not go over as well as he thought it would have as he posted an Instagram Story of it with the caption: ‘They got mad at me.’ 

And no doubt they wanted to be precious with the huge piece of art as Lego’s sculpting team took around 2,000 hours to design and build it out of 200K bricks.

Work of art: Chris was appearing on the Today show in New York City where he decided to pose inside of the huge 3,000-pound sculpture made of the iconic Danish plastic bricks

Work of art: Chris was appearing on the Today show in New York City where he decided to pose inside of the huge 3,000-pound sculpture made of the iconic Danish plastic bricks

However his gag did not go over as well as he thought it would have as he posted an Instagram Story of it with the caption: 'They got mad at me'

However his gag did not go over as well as he thought it would have as he posted an Instagram Story of it with the caption: ‘They got mad at me’

The dinosaur wasn’t the only major process as it was breaking through a glowing backdrop which consisted of nearly 20K translucent bricks which were illuminated from inside of the build. 

During his appearance on the morning chat/news show he talked about the upcoming sixth Jurassic Park film which is the third he has been the leading man in.

The action man alluded to Jurassic World: Dominion being the last of the franchise as he said: ‘I really do think it’s the end.’

Amazing: And no doubt they wanted to be precious with the huge piece of art as Lego's sculpting team took around 2,000 hours to design and build it out of 200K bricks

Amazing: And no doubt they wanted to be precious with the huge piece of art as Lego’s sculpting team took around 2,000 hours to design and build it out of 200K bricks

Represent: He also showed off a Lego toy of his character Owen Grady

Represent: He also showed off a Lego toy of his character Owen Grady

The action man alluded to Jurassic World: Dominion being the last of the franchise as he said: 'I really do think it's the end'

The action man alluded to Jurassic World: Dominion being the last of the franchise as he said: ‘I really do think it’s the end’

Whoa: The dinosaur wasn't the only major process as it was breaking through a glowing backdrop which consisted of nearly 20K translucent bricks which were illuminated from inside of the build

Whoa: The dinosaur wasn’t the only major process as it was breaking through a glowing backdrop which consisted of nearly 20K translucent bricks which were illuminated from inside of the build

Many fans of the dinosaur-based franchise are excited as the new film is bringing back the three main actors from the first trilogy – Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum – as well as Bryce Dallas Howard who has starred alongside Chris in the most recent three.

 Of the inclusion of the pioneering actors, Pratt said: ‘These folks were cemented in my mind as icons, so to be working with them is a dream come true.’

The synopsis of the film via IMDB.com reads: ‘Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live–and hunt–alongside humans all over the world. 

‘This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history’s most fearsome creatures in a new Era.’

Big day: He shared a selfie as he got ready for his big promotional day

Big day: He shared a selfie as he got ready for his big promotional day

'Now you're in NEW YORK!!!!': Chris looked excited to be in the Big Apple

'Now you're in NEW YORK!!!!': Chris looked excited to be in the Big Apple

‘Now you’re in NEW YORK!!!!’: Chris looked excited to be in the Big Apple

Pals: He took a selfie with actress Rebel Wilson

Pals: He took a selfie with actress Rebel Wilson

Filming began in Canada in February 2020 and moved to other locations in England the following month.

In March 2020, production was put on hiatus as a safety precaution due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Production resumed in July 2020, and concluded four months later in November.

Filming locations were in England’s Pinewood Studios and the country of Malta

Jurassic World: Dominion is set for release in the US and UK next month on Friday, June 10.

Highly-anticipated: Jurassic World: Dominion is set for release in the US and UK next month on Friday, June 10

Highly-anticipated: Jurassic World: Dominion is set for release in the US and UK next month on Friday, June 10

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