Avengers: Infinity War's Chris Pratt Agrees With Your Star-Lord Criticisms

Chris Pratt Star-Lord Infinity War

Chris Pratt admits he agrees with everyone who thought Star-Lord was a huge idiot in Avengers: Infinity War. When directors Anthony and Joe Russo's film hit theaters last year, fans quickly took to social media to brand Peter Quill the ultimate villain of Infinity War.

The scene in question took place as the Guardians of the Galaxy faced off against Thanos on Titan. As the Guardians and Avengers, including Spider-Man, Iron Man and Doctor Strange, closed in on ripping the Infinity Gauntlet off Thanos' hand, Star-Lord let his emotions over Gamora's death get the better of him.

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Speaking to Digital Spy while promoting The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, the Marvel Cinematic Universe star revealed why fans are right about Star-Lord's mistake. When asked if he was worried about his character's reputation heading into Avengers: Endgame, Pratt confessed, "Oh no, I'm not nervous at all about Endgame coming out. I think it's totally true, and I personally feel the same as everyone else about Star-Lord."

The botched Titan battle ultimately led to Thanos gathering the final few Infinity Stones and some even labeling Star-Lord the Mad Titan's greatest ally. Despite Star-Lord currently making up part of the 50 percent of the galaxy wiped out by the Decimation, Pratt teased that he'll be back for more. He continued, "But I know things, okay? And I feel like audiences are gonna be blown away when this next film comes out."

Pratt's LEGO Movie co-star Elizabeth Banks chimed in to ask if there's redemption on the horizon for Star-Lord. "I don't even know," said Pratt. "Even if it's not, it was worth it, because this is an experience for fans that truly never will be matched again in the history of cinema."

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While the Russo brothers themselves defended Star-Lord's disastrous Infinity War decision, Pratt isn't as quick to forgive and forget. With Pratt's promises that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is still on its way and various theories on how the dead heroes will return for Endgame, viewers can rest assured that they haven't seen the last of Peter Quill just yet.

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