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Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt Go HAM Insulting Each Other

Arin Spits / December 14, 2016

With their new movie Passengers set to hit theaters screens around the world starting on December 21, 2016 in the US, the leading stars of the movie, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt have been making their rounds in the media to generate buzz leading up to opening night.


Recently, the pair made their way onto BBC Radio 1 where they engaged in a battle of insults on Scott Mills’ radio show which is aptly titled, the Playground Insults game.


When the “match” started, the two took very little time before going at it hard.


Chris takes the lead with his first insult by asking Jennifer why was the movie called JoyJoy was the name of character in the movie, but there was very little happiness in the movie itself.


Not much joy in this scene.
Source: youtube (20th Century Fox)


Jennifer responded in an equally, but devastating way by referring to one of Chris’ earlier roles in Everwood on the WB.  Like, who really watched that  show anyway? (Apologies to the fans of Everwood).


Chris Pratt as Bright in Everwood.
Source: hollywoodreporter (Courtesy Everett)


Oh, so it’s acting you want to discuss then? Chris asks Jennifer about how it feels to be in the stupidest Marvel movie. Chris stars in one of the most popular in Guardians of the Galaxy. She probably feels tired after taking 3 hours to get makeup applied.


Source: businessinsider (20th Century Fox/X-Men: First Class)


While she may not have won an Oscar for her role as Mystique, she did win one for Best Actress in 2013 for her part in Silver Linings Playbook. So, she asks Chris where he keeps his. Need some ice for the burn?



Instead of insulting each other’s acting abilities, they decided to go right into their sex scene from their latest movie. While Jennifer said she needed to take two Pepto-Bismol before the scene, Chris went in for the kill by saying, “During our scene, I felt your d**k rubbing into me.”



And DING DING, we have a winner!


Make sure you check out Passengers on December 21, 2016!