In addition to being the creator of the wildly popular animated show, the beloved writer of “A Series of Lucky Finds” and “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” is also a writer for the hit NBC series, “Lemonade.”
As we get closer to the release of the first trailer for the upcoming animated film, “Skins,” EW caught up with Pratt and co-star Chris Pratt, as well as fellow SNL alumni Kristen Wiig and Jason Bateman, to discuss the movie, the SNL experience, and why “Sons of Anarchy” is so good.
The first trailer opens with an image of a snowman sitting in front of a fireplace.
“The snowman is my favorite character in the movie,” Pratt says.
“I’ve always been a big fan of his.
It was such a fun, unexpected character.
I just felt like, I’m not doing it for me, I just want to make it for him.
So I made the decision to have him sit in the middle of a frozen lake.
He’s sitting there in the snow with his hand out.
And it’s like, okay, I want to get in the mood, you know?
And I’m sitting there with my hands out, and he’s looking at me, and I’m looking at him, and that’s it.
He doesn’t say anything.
And he’s really kind of a loner, and we sort of just kind of feel like that, and then we realize that he’s an orphaned, little kid. “
When you watch it, you get a feeling for this character.
And he’s really kind of a loner, and we sort of just kind of feel like that, and then we realize that he’s an orphaned, little kid.
So that’s what kind of gets us.
He was an orphan.
He lived in the basement of the house.
He couldn’t go out into the world.
He had no friends.
So we’re kind of kind of getting that feel, which I love.
It’s not necessarily an action movie, but he’s kind of the heart and soul of this movie.
It’s really good to have this character be like that.
The scene with the snowman was just the most fun.
It is the snow.
And then you realize, he’s just sitting there looking at you.
It feels really real.
When you’re in a snow storm, you’re kind, you are looking at the sky, and you’re just trying to keep your eyes on the ground, and this little guy is watching you, and there’s no one around you.
And you’re like, man, he is so quiet.
He is so kind of an adorable little snowman.
That was a fun scene to play.
It is kind of funny because it is just the snow, but it’s a snowstorm.
There is no other snow in the world, so it is a very different situation than when you go outside in winter.
And I think it’s very interesting because you don’t really have a camera on your head.
So it is like you’re standing in the freezing snow, and it’s just snow.
I love that, because you’re not necessarily being on camera, you can kind of just walk around.
And if you have a snow mask, you have that in a way.
You’re not being in a place where you’re actually doing the thing that’s happening.
So the camera is there, but you don.
I think that’s really cool.
So there are some funny moments.
It really is the kind of thing that is like, you could have any number of actors that play these characters, and none of them are ever going to be the best.
And so that’s fun.
You never know who you’re going to get, but that’s the kind for me.
And Kristen and Jason were great in the scene.
They were very funny.
But I think the thing I really loved about that scene, which is what I’m really proud of is that I have such a great chemistry with Kristen and her family.
And that’s a real thing.
I have a really good chemistry with my parents.
We talk about everything, we get along really well.
So you kind of find out that your parents are good at their job, that they are really good at helping people.
That’s not to say they’re not good at making fun of you.
But you have this bond, because your parents have your back.
So, it’s nice to have that, to have something like that because it’s fun to have your parents back.
And also, I think Kristen is such a funny, genuine person.
She’s always laughing, and she’s always having fun.
I like that I can just be like, oh, she’s going to laugh at me.