ATLANTA — Actor Chris Pratt is offering his fans the opportunity of a lifetime for only $10.
The star partnered with the crowdfunding organization GoFundMe giving fans a chance to win a visit on set while he films ‘The Tomorrow War’ in Atlanta.
He’s doing it all for a charity effort and all money raised in the GoFundMe will go directly to the Brain Treatment Foundation.
"Brain Treatment Foundation is a wonderful 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support for brain health initiatives relating to treatment, rehabilitation, research, and public education," Pratt wrote in a statement on the site.
"They serve American combat veterans whose lives have been severely impacted by a traumatic brain injury. The mission is to improve quality of life by providing multi-faceted programs that promote healing for the veteran, ultimately creating,” he added. “Every $10 is a chance to win, so $10=1 entry, $50=5 entries, and $100=10 entries."
Pratt is pursuing this effort with a thoughtful intention. He revealed that many of his loved ones have suffered from brain trauma.
“This is a cause that is near and dear to my heart as I have many close family members and friends that have served in the military," he said. "We have the greatest armed forces the world has ever seen. Brave men and women who sacrifice a whole hell of a lot. That’s why it’s so important to me to give back to this community.”
Earlier in November, the actor paid tribute his brother in a heartfelt Instagram post.
“To those in our country’s military currently serving and those out, thanks for your/ service. We appreciate you more than you could ever know,” Pratt said.
Last week, the star took to social media to reveal the title of his new film after using the working title “Ghost Draft” for several weeks.
And over the weekend, the production left quite an impression on people nearby 30 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd.
Korey Felder, the owner of oAK Atlanta, an upscale social club in Atlanta, was enjoying his routine weekend brunch when he spotted pink smoke, military-inspired vehicles, and what appeared to be virtual soldiers filming a scene for “The Tomorrow War.”
“Apparently aliens are invading brunch,” Felder wrote in his Instastory. He later shared military cars roaming the streets while doing takes for the film.
"BONEYARD" is the basecamp code used for "The Tomorrow War".
Pratt has since revealed some of the working titles for the movie that didn’t make the cut.
“World War A,” “Generation Alien” and “Jurassic Draft” were some of the obvious “no’s” for the movie.
"The Tomorrow War" will be released nationwide on Dec. 25, 2020.
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