Universal tries to get back into the classic-monster biz with help of Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe in this Alex Kurtzman-directed 'Dark Universe' adventure
Chris Pratt and the rest of the Jurassic World cast were on The Late Late Show, and Chris didn't get cold feet when host James Corden asked him to do what his co-star Bryce Dallas-Howard did in the film, and run around in high heels. "I am painfully aware that you are shooting a movie right now. Please don't break your leg," James said as he handed Chris a pair of red heels. Chris went for it, though, and his co-star Jake Johnson didn’t think he looked so bad saying, “I got to say Chris, you look good.”
On Wednesday night’s The Late Late Show With James Corden, three of the stars ofJurassic World stopped by to talk about the film. But Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Jake Johnson weren’t the only dino stars who wanted some couch time. Tony the T-rex surprised the others by dropping by unannounced, and he was none too pleased about being cut out of the film.