Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt Promote “Passengers” Film in London

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt take part in photocall to promote their sci-fi film PassengersPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News

Jennifer Lawrence and co-star Chris Pratt were in attendance at a photocall to promote their latest sci-fi-romanance-thriller “Passengers,” which hits theaters on December 21. Judging by the plot summary below, I’m instantly very curious about the film. It’s an interesting concept, that’s for sure.

The spaceship Starship Avalon, on its 120-year voyage to a distant colony planet known as “Homestead II” and transporting 5,259 people, has a malfunction in two of its sleep chambers. As a result, two hibernation pods open prematurely and the two people that awake are stranded on the spaceship, still 90 years from their destination.[6][7] Aurora Dunn (Jennifer Lawrence) is a journalist from New York City who is interested in cosmic travel.[8] Jim Preston (Chris Pratt) is a mechanical engineer from Denver who wants to leave Earth and bought the ticket for the journey.[8] The two soon discover that the malfunction that caused them to be awoken prematurely is not the only problem afflicting the huge spaceship, and as they try to find a way out, they soon find themselves falling in love. Source

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt take part in photocall to promote their sci-fi film PassengersPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News

Here’s an interview with CinemaCon 2016 (J-Law sounds a little drunk toward the end of the interview):

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt take part in photocall to promote their sci-fi film PassengersPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News

5 comments
Gabbo
Gabbo

Chris Pratt has a running gag on his Instagram where he crops off half her face or puts up something in the way, while they do the promotional tour. Funny stuff.

Sailor V
Sailor V

My grandma has rocked this outfit.

Spanglylovesheels
Spanglylovesheels

I want to see that movie. Its becoming a good time for sci-fi. Glad about that.

McP
McP

@curvefan $25 million a film is oppressive danmmit!