People Are Calling For Jack Black To Replace Chris Pratt As Star Lord

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People on Twitter are now calling for Jack Black to replace Chris Pratt not just as Star Lord in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, but all of Pratt’s films. This is something that I am not 100% OK with, but some of peoples’ tweets on this subject are quite funny.

There have been plenty of people online trying to cancel Chris Pratt over the last few months. It seems to have to do mostly with the fact that he’s connected to a church with a rather shady record when it comes to accepting members of the LGBTQ+ community into their parish.

That said, that doesn’t mean that Chris Pratt shares those views, and he did issue a statement about it. With that said, people on Twitter are now taking another route. They are now suggesting that Jack Black should replace Chris Pratt in his movies.

People on Twitter want Jack Black to replace Chris Pratt as Star Lord and in all his other movies

https://twitter.com/KaylaAncrum/status/1334291981342748683

Read more: People On Twitter Are Trying To Cancel Chris Pratt

I do love Jack Black. I think he’s a terrific actor and deserves more love than he gets. I think he was brilliant in films such as School Of Rock, High Fidelity, Tropic Thunder, Kung Fu Panda, The Holiday and I even loved him in Nacho Libre.

I think he’s a great talent, however, I’m going to be honest, I don’t think he could really play Star Lord. That said, I would not be against seeing him be brought into the MCU movies. However, he did say that he wanted to retire from acting a while ago. He insinuated that he might make the next Jumanji movie his last, which would be such a shame.

What do you make of this news? Do you think Jack Black should really get to replace Chris Pratt in all his movies? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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