Chris Pratt training velociraptors has already been memed and recreated in amazing ways, but the "Jurassic World" star himself had yet to recreate it...until now.
Pratt visited Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital in Louisiana over the weekend where he spent some quality time hanging out and playing with patients, and even taught them a thing or two about training raptors. In a series of images on the hospital's Facebook page, Pratt is seen signing "Jurassic World" posters, playing games and re-enacting the now-famous raptor scene from the movie.
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" superhero has shown fans time and time again how adorable he can be with kids, whether he's hanging out with them and Chris Evans at children's hospitals post-Super Bowl or just spending time with his own son, Jack Pratt.
While the raptor re-enaction pic is pretty entertaining, the truly heartwarming photos are the ones of Pratt, 36, sitting at the patients' bedsides who couldn't enjoy the toys with him and the other kids.
"Our patients were all smiles and we are so thankful to Chris for lifting their spirits by visiting and handing out 'Jurassic World' goodies," the hospital wrote on its Facebook page. "Thanks to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals for coordinating such a special visit!"
Pratt, who has starred in some of the biggest blockbusters over the past few years, has always made time for his fans, especially those who might not be well enough to go to the movies and enjoy his films. But it also seems like the A-lister is their biggest fan, as he wanted to (and ultimately did) meet "Lego Master" Dylan Prunty and recited lines with him while he was at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
In addition to having a passion for making children happy, he also has proven that his wife, Anna Faris, is critical to his success. "Anna and I are meant to be together," he shared when asked about his family life during a Reddit AMA.
"Our relationship has made me believe in divine intervention and destiny, just as much as my crazy career and the way I fell into this life."