Chris Pratt Eager to Join DCU, Visits James Gunn on 'Superman: Legacy' Set

Chris Pratt Open to Roles in New Cinematic Universes.

by Nouman Rasool
Chris Pratt Eager to Join DCU, Visits James Gunn on 'Superman: Legacy' Set
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Chris Pratt, best known as Marvel's Star-Lord in "Guardians of the Galaxy," is willing to dip more than his toe into another cinematic universe. The actor visited the "Superman: Legacy" set of James Gunn and boasted his availability to hear about possibilities in case he joins the DC Universe (DCU) arena.

On set, Pratt told TMZ he's not sure if a crossover will happen or is possible but said it could be cool. Commenting on that, Pratt said: "There's always a chance for anything... more than possible at any moment you could find out." "Which I'll leave to the fans and people like James [Gunn] to decide," he then teased, keeping mum on who exactly his character is.

But when Pratt was asked straight-up if he would consider a job with the opposing comic-book brand, his excitement showed. "Yeah, yeah," he immediately agreed. I would love to, honestly - if it could fit into my schedule and made sense.

But I love playing Star-Lord, of course there is a chance that plays out again. Just (inconsiderate words) blessed to be doing any of it, grateful to get the opportunity. If it's right and the fans would like it, I'm more than happy to do one.

Pratt's Set Visit

Gunn's willingness for new roles follows an Instagram post made by Gunn earlier this month in which he posted a picture of Pratt on the set of "Superman: Legacy. The post was captioned, "Always good to have dear friends on set." classic Gunn!

Image: Gunn has been busy shaping the future of the DC multiverse ever since he teamed up with Peter Safran to oversee teaming in 2022, including "Superman: Legacy." The cast comprises of David Corenswet as Superman, Rachel Brosnahan as Lois Lane, Nicholas Hoult as Lex Luthor and Skyler Gisondo playing Jimmy Olsen.

Speaking with Empire recently, Gunn teased a potential crossover of Marvel and DC characters on his watch - however he insisted that the idea is far enough out that it doesn't really matter yet. But those are years away, Well, asked Gunn what he might do, and here is how the filmmaker explained his line of thought: "I think we need to figure out [what] with DC first," said Gunn.

He also disclosed ongoing talks surrounding the potential casting of additional MCU actors, such as Pratt's co-star Pom Klementieff in the DCU.