Chris Pratt’s Recent Comments Have Him Up At Night — See Anna Faris’ Twitter Defense!

It’s nice to see couples being supportive of one another.

This time, it’s Anna Faris getting hubby Chris Pratt‘s back after some negative press.

She took to Twitter Tuesday morning, saying:

Hey guys-this is a crazy twitter experiment-only between myself and my followers-please everyone else remove themselves
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 25, 2017

Okay-now that everyone else is gone-chris feels terrible about the thing he said-I can attest to this-he is up at night
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 25, 2017

Awww! That’s too bad! She went on:

Truthfully-and I want to be frank- Chris is truly the best person I know-and he will be annoyed with me for tweeting this-but I love him
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 25, 2017

Anna got a flood of support and no negative comments that we could see, either because they didn’t think it was a big deal or because they were impressed by his regret.

Of course, she did weed out non-followers first. Maybe the point was to prove that those who were already fans weren’t upset with Chris at all? To try to make hubby feel better about how people were viewing him?

To all my twitter followers-and especially to my camp members-i read your tweets and I just love you guys-thank you
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 25, 2017

Unfortunately, through none of this did Anna actually state the "thing he said" she was talking about.

Most recently, Chris got a little backlash over saying he wouldn’t take pics with fans. And that backlash included us because we totally appreciate celebs that will stop and take pics! We mean, what does it take, a second? And you’re giving fans a gift to treasure forever!

But everyone has their limits. He’s certainly not the first celeb to draw the line at photos; Emma Watson said she wouldn’t take pics with fans just two months ago.

We may not think it’s the greatest thing, but it’s not something to lose sleep over!

So he’s probably more upset about the reaction to something he said in a Men’s Fitness interview about movies in Hollywood:

"I don’t see personal stories that necessarily resonate with me, because they’re not my stories. I think there’s room for me to tell mine, and probably an audience that would be hungry for them. The voice of the average, blue-collar American isn’t necessarily represented in Hollywood."

Many took that to mean he wanted to see more straight, white males on the big screen, as "blue collar" has become political code in that way.

We thought he meant "blue collar" as in poor, like the way he grew up.

Even then, it’s a pretty daft comment. Just off the top of our heads, last year brought us Oscar nominees Fences, Hell Or High Water, and Manchester By The Sea, all stories specifically about blue collar struggles.

But when he saw the response it was getting, the Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 star pretty quickly offered a very humble retraction:

That was actually a pretty stupid thing to say. I’ll own that. There’s a ton of movies about blue collar America.
— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) April 21, 2017

Look, everyone makes mistakes. The difference is whether you know it and own up to it.

Say something stupid, own up to saying something stupid. The fact it’s still bothering him only goes to show how thoughtful a guy he is. Don’t you think??

Of course, he could make it up to all the disgruntled fans by taking some pics. Ha!

What do YOU think, Perezcious readers??

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