"I think there are going to be a lot of people dressed up as Rocket this Halloween, a lot of kids," "Guardians Of The Galaxy" actor Chris Pratt said during a recent interview with MTV.
Voiced by Bradley Cooper, Rocket is the little rodent in "Guardians of the Galaxy" that travels space to help Pratt's character Peter Quill and his fellow guardians Gamora played by Zoe Saldana, Drax played by Dave Bautista and Groot voice by Vin Diesel.
"This is CG unlike anything that I've ever seen before, it's so real. This thing, as funny as it is to have a little talking raccoon with a machine gun running around being an a-hole," Pratt said.
"What really carries you through is the dramatic reality that there's nothing else in the universe like him," he added.
Directed by James Gunn, "Guardians of the Galaxy" is currently in theaters.
Meanwhile, Pratt has recently asked about what makeup he likes best on his 37-year-old wife Anna Faris at a "Guardians of the Galaxy" screening hosted by The Cinema Society and FIJI.
"Maybe, like, a little barbecue sauce on her face. I think that's probably about the sexiest," the 35-year-old actor told People.
"I like when she does her smoky eye. You know, we get really lucky because she has professional makeup artists do her, so I don't think she's ever not looked sexy. Then again, I like her with no makeup on too," he added.
On the other hand, Faris said she likes Pratt best when he is enjoying.
"As soon as he gets back home from his press tour, he is going to be in our garage working on his car for like a 12-hour stretch. Hopefully he'll be eating some steak and potatoes and we'll be having a beer together," Faris said.
Pratt and Faris have a son named Jack, who is about to turn two.
In 2015, Pratt will be featured in "Jurassic World," which also stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Jake Johnson, Vincent D'Onofrio and Judy Greer.
The reboot is set over two decades after the events of "Jurassic Park," according to Variety.
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