Heroic Gossip: Tom Holland Ruined Plot Of ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ For Chris Pratt

Heroic Gossip: Tom Holland Ruined Plot Of ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ For Chris Pratt
16 Jun

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As much as it may sound like a joke to say that Tom Holland blew the plot of ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ for Chris Pratt, especially since Holland is not even in that franchise while Pratt stars in it, according to a clip from an upcoming Town Hall video on the Entertainment Weekly channel on Sirus XM radio, it seems the story is actually true.

A recent Entertainment Weekly article had Chris Pratt quoted as saying:

“Tom, of course, knows [Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom director] J.A. Bayona because of the film The Impossible — Tom was the young guy in that movie…He told me the whole story, so I heard it right from Tom Holland first. And then when I read the script, I was like, Yeah, he wasn’t messing with me, this is all real.”

For anyone not aware of the irony here, Tom Holland is known over in the MCU as one of the worst secret keepers, having leaked a number of ‘Infinity War’ plot points well before the movie came out, to where it almost became a running joke amongst the cast and crew to remind the man to keep his mouth shut while doing interviews for the movie. Now for him to be leaking the plot of other franchises to none other than the STAR of those franchises, the whole thing has a level of absurdity to it that I personally find quite entertaining, and it seems like Chris Pratt does as well. Of course, you would think by this point his co-workers would know better than to share sensitive information with Holland, but perhaps they wrongly confuse him with his character of Peter Parker, who clearly is quite capable of keeping secrets as he keeps his alter ego quiet from the world at large up on the big screen.

Check out the clip from Sirus XM’s ‘Jurassic World’ Town Hall with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard for yourself below, and share your thoughts on the matter in the comments section!

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Nicholas Graff

A Southern California native (which seems to be a rarity as everyone seems to migrate here from outside the state, and everyone else born here ends up leaving for less crowded spaces), but for Nick, he loves it here. Nick has been writing since he was a teenager, self-published his first book trilogy, ‘The Legacy of the Roras’ back in 2011, and in 2014 published the inaugural issue of his first comic book, ‘The Shadow of Aquaterra.’ While not working on my own projects, he is working as a technical film editor at a major television network in their digital media division and recently began writing news and recap articles for, a position which he has found extremely rewarding.



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