Chris Pratt defended by the ‘Avengers’ on his new tag

Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo will not just tolerate the toxic haters of fellow avenger Chris Pratt.

The Avengers assembled to turn down its co-star critiques as the “worst Chris in Hollywood.” Iron Man and Hulk shoot down the hate for Star-Lord, played by actor Chris Pratt.

One has to go

The old debate was once again revived over the weekend when producer Amy Berg forced the fans to make decisions. She wrote that one has to go with the posters of Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, and Chris Pratt.

One of the users commented that Pratt is out, and Chris Messina is in for a trial run of 16 months. Other users criticized him for his political beliefs.

Hulk smashing the hates

Mark is full of fire about the case. On October 20, he reported Twitter users for bullying his co-star. Mark appeared alongside Chris in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

Mark tweeted and tagged Chris, saying he is a solid man. He knows him personally, and instead of casting and attacking his reputation, the people should look at how he lives his life and that he is not overly political.

Iron Man fires back

Robert also shot down haters on Instagram. He stated that the “sinless” is throwing stones at his brother. Chris is true to his Christian faith, who is living by principle has never shown anything but gratitude and positivity.

He proclaimed that anyone taking issue with Chris should delete their social media accounts. They should sit with their defects of character and should work on them. Then, they can celebrate their humanness.

The director joined the fight

After the Avengers, the writer, and director of the Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn, joined the fight. He called Chris the “best dude” in the world.

James stated that he spent hours sharing his most profound truth to Chris. He added that people should stop assuming what the actor believes because it is political, considering that he is a Christian.

The loving wife of Chris Pratt

Katherine Schwarzenegger, Chris’ wife, called out the division online. She posted by asking if it is what they need. “There is so much going on in the world, and many people are struggling. Being mean is so yesterday,” Katherine said.

Katherine added that there is enough room to love one another, and love is what all the people need. Therefore, bullying has no place in the world.

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