Chris Pratt has backed Tom Holland’s dream of winning an Oscar.
The 38-year-old actor – who stars as Star-Lord Peter Quill in the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ films – is currently shooting the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe epic ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and admits it has been “great” working with young Brit Holland, who is reprising his role as Spider-Man.
And Pratt thinks Holland, 21, can fulfill his ambition of becoming an Academy Award winner by the time he is 31.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper, Pratt said: “It’s been great to work on ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ with Tom – he told me on set about his 10 year plan to win an Oscar and for me he is more than capable of that.”
Holland, 21, who became a global icon in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, told his co-star Zendaya about his Oscar ambition and admitted he sees himself winning one within the next 15 years.
While speaking to Interview magazine, he said: “The 20-year goal is to be a film director. The 15 year goal is to win an Oscar. The five year goal is to just keep enjoying myself.”
However, not all of his ‘Avengers’ co-stars have given their support in his dream to win one of the golden statues.
Anthony Mackie, who debuted as Sam Wilson/Falcon in ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, recently made fun of his younger co-star.
Speaking to Stephen Colbert, the 38 year old said: “It’s just a problem. I mean look at that guy. He’s a wildly annoying person. It’s impressive. Everything about Holland is annoying. He’s so little like a Shih Tzu. He’s one of those kids that when you…
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