Chris Pratt doesn’t mind haters.
The “Jurassic World” star, who has been outspoken about her faith, has admitted to being criticized for this.
“I’m sure but this is nothing new, this is nothing new, you know?” The 43-year-old actor was featured on Monday as a Page Six exclusive to the upcoming Marvel movie “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”
Pratt reiterated his view by quoting the Bible.
“If I were from this world, they would love me like this, but I chose to be from this world. This is John 15:18 to 20,” he shared.
Referring to Jesus Christ, he added, “There it is, nothing new, they hated him 2,000 years ago.”
Pratt met his current wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, at church in 2018, but recently revealed that he didn’t ask her out when their paths first crossed at the house of worship.
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“We met at church. The 33-year-old writer was very cute on ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ in February, but he didn’t try to pick me up from church,” she said.
Faith is something they both share.
“Sweet Katherine, I am so glad you said yes! I am so excited to marry you. I am proud to live boldly with you in faith. Here we go,” Pratt wrote, announcing their engagement in 2019.
They married that same year and later had two daughters: 2-year-old Lyla and 11-month-old Eloise. Pratt is also the father of 10-year-old Jack, with his ex-wife Anna Faris.
The “Parks and Rec” star is currently promoting the third episode of “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The first Marvel movie in the series first came out in 2014 and was predicted to be a fiasco.
However, Pratt explained to Page Six how he dealt with dissenters.
“Oh, like how you deal with anything,” she shared. “Like a rhino, keep your head down, keep moving forward, you have thick skin and if anyone gets in your way, you’ll honk their ass!”
When Page Six arrogantly asked if he liked to shove someone’s ass, the “Battle of Tomorrow” star laughed and credited his years as a door-to-door salesman for his leathery hoof skin.
“Hmm, when it comes to rejection, I was trained in the door-to-door sales pot about 25 years ago,” he explained. “So you can’t turn me down, no one can stop us.”
“Super Mario Bros.” The star added that going door-to-door was “a very hard job and not unlike acting, or at least auditioning.” You have to collect nine ‘no’s to get a ‘yes’.”
Other celebrities at the screening and party at The Fulton by Jean-Georges included David Harbor, who had his hands full with his two adorable step-daughters and his two friends Morena Baccarin, Tituss Burgess, Steve Buscemi and Cynthia Nixon.