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00:00:00,000 --> 00:00:00,000 Hi.
Hey, Chris.
Hello, Ellen.
I haven't seen you in a long time.
It has.
It feels like it's been too long.
I know.
You look good.
Oh, thank you.
Are you happy?
I'm very happy.
I haven't seen you since you got married.
Thank you.
Awe, thanks, guys.
00:00:17,840 --> 00:00:19,580 Still married, still hanging in there?
No, unfortunately.
It's over.
Oh, no.
No, no, yeah, still married, still hanging in, going strong.
Yeah, oh, good.
You posted a picture from your honeymoon, I believe this is.
And I want to talk about it because it
looks extremely painful.
You'll notice the butt, that's the color I typically am.
However, what I was thinking, I think it's this.
Over the last five years, I've been doing all of these movies.
And in those movies I look so tan,
but I forget that it's sprayed on.
And I thought I might get myself a little color.
And I laid out and that took no more than nine minutes.
I'm serious.
You're not-- that's impossible.
Where were you?
Here's what I remember.
Were you on the sun?
That's where we vacationed, yeah.
Well, we were in a tropical location.
And I just remembered Katherine saying,
you have to put on sunscreen.
And I said, no, I want to get a little base going.
And then we'll throw some SPF on.
I laid out.
And I was like, [SNIFFING] is someone
cooking Norwegian bacon?
It happened so fast.
I forgot how translucent my skin is.
That must have put a damper on your honeymoon.
It did.
It did.
How long did that hurt?
A long time.
I still have a weird tan line from it.
Yeah, that's not going to end well.
Well, then next time just take your pants off.
So it evens out.
That's it.
That's what I have to do.
Yeah, no, it was shirts on, swimming
for the rest of the week, which is so sexy on all of our--
everything shirt on.
Everything shirt on.
The whole--
Any activity that happens on a honeymoon, shirt on.
Yeah, really sexy.
You've got a longtime together.
That's true.
So she has time to see you with your shirt off.
And when did you-- just turned 40.
I did.
Yeah, I'm 40 now.
Thank you, yes.
Yeah, yeah, I'm 40 now.
How does that feel?
It feels good.
I mean, growing up, I thought 40 was so old.
And I realize now that it only seems
old to people who were the age I was when I thought that.
Right, exactly.
But it feels fine.
I mean, my body makes a lot more noises now.
I have an ankle that just every third step is going to crack.
My knees pop.
It's I got brass band living in my hips.
My back can scat.
Wow, that's impressive.
Oh, there it is.
Oh, there it is.
Oh, wow.
Yeah, it's pretty cool.
Did you hear that?
Don't do that.
They tell you not to do it.
No, you shouldn't do it.
But it's so hard not to do it.
It's a little trick I have.
Don't do it.
I want to talk about what Katherine got you for--
was this-- what kind of gift was it?
Was it a birthday gift?
Yeah, this was a birthday gift, yeah.
OK, let's see them when they were given to you, the age
that they were given to you.
What kind of pigs are they?
Those are called Kunekune pigs.
They're our pets.
And they are called Tim and Faith.
00:03:22,030 --> 00:03:25,780 They're obviously based on the beautiful love
story of the two country artists Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
And if you look, you can kind of see that there's
a palpable chemistry there.
And they're brother and sister.
But that doesn't matter in the pig world.
They can do that.
It's not illegal.
OK, not with pigs?
But now let's show the size.
What are they now?
They're huge, right?
They're massive.
Yeah, they're huge.
Yeah, they'll probably get upwards-- they're probably
300 or 250 to 300 pounds now.
But they'll double in size in the next couple of years.
Yeah, because pigs just keep growing.
They get big.
That's unfortunate because--
Eat like pigs.
Yeah, they do.
But they don't sweat like pigs.
Pigs don't sweat.
I heard that.
Yeah, they don't sweat.
They like-- but they're so smart.
They just-- which makes them terrible pets for your yard
because they will dig giant holes in your yard
to try to create some mud holes for them to lay in.
Because it cools them off.
Yeah, it cools them off.
Because they can't sweat.
That's why they do it.
But they're smart as can be.
They are.
I'm going to get me some at some point.
Are you going to get some?
I think so.
Let me get you some.
I'll send you some pigs.
You want Kunekune's?
Let me get some land.
No, no, no, no, they're going to live with you and Portia.
I want them to live with us.
But our dogs would--
I think that they would chase them around.
Right, yeah.
But I do want to get pigs, and goats, and sheep.
I want to get all of them.
That's amazing.
Do it.
It's so nice.
Do you have more things than that?
Don't you have other things?
Yeah, I've got sheep.
I've got goats.
In fact, it's lambing season, right now.
So we have 56 pregnant ewes.
So we will have somewhere-- each ewe
will have on average 1 and 1/2.
So like one has a single.
One kicks out twins.
And so they're being born right now as we speak.
We had two more born last night.
I love ewes.
Yeah, they're so-- I love ewes.
I love ewes, too.
I love ewes.
Let's talk about this trip to Iceland you--
so you were working on a film, right?
Tell the story because this is crazy what happened.
Yeah, OK, so I'm working on this film.
It's called The Tomorrow World.
It will come out on Christmas.
And I executive produced on this film.
And one of the ideas was to make this feel global,
we would shoot on a glacier.
And we went to Iceland.
We shot on a glacier that has never before been shot on.
It's unbelievable.
It's really hard to shoot there, especially when
you shoot there in winter.
And there's four hours of sunlight per day.
But when we got up there, they had just uncovered--
and this is crazy.
A couple weeks before a couple had
been found in a fissure that had fallen down.
They'd been in there for over 80 years.
And sadly, they didn't make it.
Yeah, they were fully preserved in their glacier hiking clothes
from whatever that would be 1930 or 1940.
They had like their supplies, their rations, and note.
They were lovers.
And they fell down in a hole and just went missing.
And just recently--
And now, the family now has--
that's crazy.
Isn't that wild?
Thankfully we got out and nobody fell in any holes--
--that we're reporting.
Good for you.
All right, we're going to take a break.
More with Chris after this.
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Chris Pratt's Massive Sunburn Put a Damper on His Honeymoon

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