We’re guessing that Chris Pratt automatically became the coolest kid in town ever since “Guardians of the Galaxy” was released.

First things first, see, “Guardians of the Galaxy” dominated last weekend’s box-office, surpassing expectations with an impressive $94 million debut and the biggest August opening to date. On top of that, as his character Peter Quill, Chris is a smooth-talking somewhat borderline annoyingly boastful, playboy-ish adventurer who has got enough swag to feed a family of 5 i.e. the 5 extraterrestrial misfits in “Guardians of the Galaxy”.

Guardians of the Galaxy - Peter-Gamora-Drax-Rocket, Groot
Source: Marvel

You’d think that Chris’ “coolness” would come to an end there. Nope.


On 4th August, he stopped by Shade45 to hang out with DJ Whoo Kid on The Whoolywood Shuffle. He was asked if he liked the “white people dance shit”, to which he responded with an equally hilarious reply and, get this, a rap “performance”. And from not just any rap song – Eminem’s “Forgot About Dre”, word for word:


Amazing much? It doesn’t stop there!

The above video was then synced up with the original backing track by treytech. Watch, repeatedly, if you must:

To be honest, the end result is something that we’d pay big money to watch Chris do. Perhaps in real life or in “Guardians of the Galaxy 2”, slated to be released in 2017. Fans are allowed to dream, right?

Meanwhile, you know who else we think is cool? Vin Diesel. As Groot. Enough said.

“Guardians of the Galaxy” is out now in a cinema near you. Purchase your tickets to watch it via GSC or TGV.


For more information, visit the movie’s official website.

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