Chris Pratt will be teaming up with brother-in-law Patrick Schwarzenegger on Amazon’s The Terminal List
Patrick Schwarzenegger will join brother-in-law Chris Pratt in the military thriller series The Terminal List
Chris Pratt and Patrick Schwarzenegger are ready to take the small screen together in the Amazon series The Terminal List.
The news about Schwarzenegger’s casting came through on Thursday Deadline, who reported that the Midnight Sun actor, 27, will play a major recurring character opposite protagonist and brother-in-law Pratt, 41.
The series, which is currently being filmed, is based on the Jack Carr novel about Navy SEAL James Reece’s return home after his entire platoon is ambushed on a high-stakes covert mission.
Brotherly Love: Patrick Schwarzenegger will join his brother-in-law Chris Pratt in Amazon’s military thriller series The Terminal List as a major recurring character
According to Deadline, ‘Reece returns to his family with conflicting memories of the event and questions about his guilt.
But when new evidence comes to light, Reece discovers dark forces working against him, endangering not only his life, but the lives of those he loves.
Patrick’s character Donny Mitchell is Reece’s ‘fresh out of training’ colleague, described as the ‘youngest baby-faced team member’ of the pack.
The Terminal List also features Constance Wu, Riley Keough, Taylor Kitsch and Jeanne Tripplehorn and is directed by Antoine Fuqua.
Earlier this week, Pratt shared a peek into production life via Instagram, where he told fans he went ‘crazy’ while trapped in his trailer.
Intrigue: The series, which is currently being taped, is based on the Jack Carr novel about Navy SEAL James Reece’s return home after his entire platoon is ambushed on a high-stakes covert mission.
Fixed Days: The Guardians Of The Galaxy star kept his mood high with some antics while waiting in his trailer while filming the new Amazon series
Dressed in full hair and makeup as he geared up for a day on set as the Navy SEAL, Pratt kept his mood high in his own strange ways.
Literally this – literally. Literally, this, ‘he said with a lispy affection as he held a now-empty coffee mug after the caffeine fix.
He continued to show a series of facial expressions as he said, ‘Show me a cup bigger than this … I’ll wait. I’ll just leave this here for you, ”he said to the camera as he set it down.
Too Much Caffeine? Literally this – literally. Literally, this, ”he said with a lispy affection as he held a now-empty coffee mug
Crooning: From there he broke into a song running “ It’s a new dawn, new day, ” hovering over to a Dawn dishwashing liquid thing and hitting some low baritone notes
From there, he started singing a song running “ It’s a new dawn, new day, ” hovering over to a Dawn dish soap thing and hitting some low baritone notes.
Then he set his own torch to ban single-use plastic straws in an effort to keep sea turtles from getting them in their noses.
‘Hey Chris Pratt here just goes crazy in my caravan, waiting to get to work, and I just want to let you know I care about sea turtles. See this straw – it’s made of paper because I know sea turtles are constantly trying to use cocaine. ‘
Chris first posted about the series on March 9 as he reflected on his Hollywood journey, sharing that this is the first of many projects to be produced under his entity Indivisible Productions.
Interesting note: After that, he fired up the debate to ban single-use plastic straws in an effort to prevent sea turtles from getting them in their noses
First Mention: Chris first posted about the series on March 9 while reflecting on his Hollywood journey, sharing that this is the first of many projects to be produced under his entity Indivisible Productions