Chris Pratt Reveals That Film Crew Discovered Frozen Bodies In Iceland
According to Chris Pratt, he and the film crew who were in Iceland filming his new movie, The Tomorrow War, discovered that the bodies of a couple who disappeared many years ago were suddenly found.
Reportedly, the couple fell into an ice cap of an Icelandic glacier while hiking approximately 8 decades ago and their bodies were just found back in November.
While on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, Pratt made his shocking announcement. Chris explained that while they clearly didn't make it, their bodies, including their rations and supplies, were found preserved.
Additionally, their clothing, which dates back to the 1940s and 1930s, was also kept intact over all these years.
Pratt joked that it was pretty wild, while also adding that nobody was hurt or fell into a hole while filming his new movie, at least from what they've told people. However, Lara Kristjansdottir, a local journalist, claimed that the Icelandic police couldn't confirm his claims, Page Six has learned.
While the improbability of making such a find is high, it's happened before, including back in 2017, when the remains of a Swiss couple who disappeared from their farm during the Second World War were discovered in a glacier around 75 years later. Their bodies were found by a ski resort employee.
Putting dead bodies aside, Chris has been busy lately showing off his trip to Iceland on his social media account. Pratt and his stunt double posted photos and videos of each other driving around a glacier on their snowmobiles.
Reportedly, the actor will appear in a new military movie in which he co-stars alongside JK Simmons and Yvonne Strahovski. It's scheduled for release on Christmas of 2020. While Pratt's career has lasted for years, the star is perhaps most famous for his role in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, which made him a household name.
Additionally, the actor was formerly married to Anna Faris for several years, a relationship that was purportedly adored by the press and the public.