It’s easy to see why Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are two of the most likable celebrities in Hollywood.
On Thursday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Pratt reacted to being referred to as the “male Jennifer Lawrence,” calling the title “awesome.”
“It could be much worse,” he joked.
Lawrence insisted that the actor is “much, much nicer” and “more positive” than herself. The 26-year-old actress recalled that when filming Passengers, she had a bit of “paranoia mixed with delusions” about getting into the harness and the 75-pound spacesuit, so Pratt “took care of all the harness work.”
“I thought that if I were in a harness that I would never be able to bare children,” she quipped. “I complained a lot.”
Passengers, which hits theaters Dec. 21, is set in a spacecraft that is traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people, but has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers (Pratt and Lawrence) are awakened 90 years early, and strike up a romance.
While there’s no denying Pratt and Lawrence’s onscreen chemistry, Scott Eastwood revealed that he lost out to the 37-year-old actor for the role of Jim. Pratt told ET that he can sympathize with getting passed up for parts. “Oh my gosh, there is so many roles that I have lost out to other actors,” he admitted. “Yeah, for years and years, and years I auditioned. I auditioned for things and lost out constantly. Yeah, this is part of the deal, you know, it is part of the deal, and you find out that a lot of times that is the way that it’s meant to be.”