Chris Pratt is receiving some support from his brother-in-law Patrick Schwarzenegger, as he was deemed the “worst Hollywood Chris” from fans weeks ago.
In late October, Pratt was criticized by thousands of Twitter users, who responded to a meme from filmmaker Amy Berg, asking fans to weigh in on which Chris is her least favorite in Hollywood.
Katherine Schwarzenegger’s husband was on the list as well as Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, and Chris Evans.
“Have a go” Berg wrote in the post, Playing on a popular meme started by Twitter users, asks followers to eliminate one of the four painted Halloween candies.
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The tweet generated thousands of repercussions, most of which suggested that Pratt “go.” The majority cited his rumored political views, despite not officially endorsing the candidate. Now, Patrick Schwarzenegger is speaking out about the controversy.
“It’s crazy,” Schwarzenegger told Variety when asked about Pratt’s backlash. “Twitter is a junkyard, okay? I mean, something happens every day. People are calling this person or that person out, or this person should go crazy.”
27-year-old Patrick suggested that Pratt might lean on his parents, Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger, when it comes to being beaten by his trolls.
“My dad was always adamant not to let anyone else’s opinion get messed up with his car or where he wanted to go,” he said. “No matter what you are doing in life, there are always people who hate you and want you to fail.”
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The actor called the situation “tragic”.
“People are focusing on putting other people down to make themselves feel better,” Patrick said.
He said that Pratt’s “strong-bonded” personality meant he probably didn’t commit too much crime for it.
“I messaged him, and was just mostly like, ‘I hope you’re not taking this seriously.” I really don’t know what else to say, “he said.
Pratt had come under fire after his support for a church due to his alleged political views that alleged LGBTQ, per Yahoo! entertainment.
The 41-year-old actor also received support from his famous friends and his wife, who called the comments against him “misleading”.
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Catherine wrote, “Is this really all we need? There is so much going on in the world and people are struggling in many ways.” “Being is meant to be tomorrow. There is enough room to love all these people. Love is what we all don’t need to be mean and bullying.”
Mark Ruffalo was one of the actors in Pratt’s Marvel co-star acting as a real-life superhero.
“All of you, @prattprattpratt is solid as a man out there. I know him personally, and instead of casting aspirations, look at how he lives his life,” Rafallo tweeted on Tuesday. “He’s not ultra-political just as a rule. It’s a distraction. Let us keep our eyes on the prize, folks. We’re so close now.”
Robert Downey Jr. also offered public support by sharing a photo of himself and Pratt on the set of the Marvel film. He calls Pratt “a real Christian who lives by doctrine; he has never shown anything but positivity and gratitude.”
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The controversy also stated that Berg said he “planned to stop joking at the memes.”
“Seriously, enough. It was a play to go on an ‘Halloween candy meme going around and the reactions turned it into a hate-filled s – tfest.” He wrote on twitter. “The only thing I would say is that I want everyone who comes to CP’s defense to appear for Brie Larson.”
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.