He may be everywhere these days, what with his highly anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy promo tour on full blast and all, but we still can't seem to get enough of Chris Pratt.
Yet another screen still has been released of the hunky actor in his next mega-role for Jurassic World—and he's looking as fantastic as ever.
The image was revealed by the upcoming flick's director, Colin Trevorrow, on Twitter late last night.
"See you next summer, Star-Lord," he wrote as a caption to the pic.
Pratt will star on the big screen sequel alongside Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins.
Not much has been revealed about the project, but what we do know is that Jurassic World takes place 22 years after the original blockbuster Jurassic Park.
Pratt recently shared that being a part of the movie is something he could've never imagined, but that it's a dream come true.
"For me, Jurassic Park was really kind of my Star Wars," Pratt told QMI Agency (via Peace River Record Gazette). "I lined up at the theater to see it, I saw it opening night, I saw every sequel. I've seen it a whole bunch of times...for me that was my big movie, I think I was 13 or 14 when it came out."
He continued, "So it's a big deal for me to be any part of that, let alone this part I'm going to be playing. I'm thrilled about it. Everybody around the world knows that franchise. When you say Jurassic Park, no one is like, 'What's Jurassic Park?' More people know Jurassic Park than just about anything. I'm thrilled."
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Be sure to check out our Twitter Q&A with Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn today at noon PT!