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Anna Faris: Jealous of Chris' cold-blooded co-stars

Published 16/06/2015

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt
Anna Faris and Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt has reassured wife Anna Faris that she doesn't need to be jealous of his co-stars.

The 38-year-old has been married to the former Parks and Recreation actor for five years. But in a humorous tweet to her spouse on Monday night, Anna confessed to being jealous of his latest on-screen companion.

"Honey, what if I'm the littlest jealous of Blue?" she wrote on Twitter, referring to one of the trained raptors Chris' character works with in the hit movie. "I mean, she's hot, smart, and you clearly adore her-thoughts?(sic)"

Chris stars as Owen Grady, a Velociraptor expert and trainer, in the hit sequel. The movie made film history with its box office debut over the weekend, taking $204.6 million after premiering on Friday June 12 at 4,274 theatres.

However, despite Anna's concerns, Chris was quick to reassure his wife that Blue hadn't stolen his heart.

"She's a little cold blooded for my taste #rimshot" he replied, "But seriously,nothing happened.(sic)"

Anna accompanied Chris to the film's premiere, which also stars Bryce Dallas Howard. The couple have two-year-old son Jack together and the Guardians of the Galaxy star recently spoke about how family will always come first despite his career hitting the big league.

"I have to take time off," he told USA Today. "I'm going to lose my marriage. And if something else comes up — I have to take a break, be present, and be supportive of Anna while she's working on her show [CBS' Mom]. She works her [butt] off and goes home and is parenting our son while I'm out of state."

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