Chris Pratt Hilariously Recreates Famous Movie Scene With Kids in the Hospital

The kids at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital got a special treat this weekend.

Actor Chris Pratt, who’s in the recently released “Jurassic World” movie, lifted spirits by playing and hanging out with children at the Baton Rouge based hospital, according to the hospital’s Facebook page. The visit was coordinated by the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, an organization that fundraises for children’s hospitals.

In the popular film, Pratt plays Owen Grady, a character who trains Velociraptors in an iconic scene. In the photo below, Pratt hilariously recreated this scene with some of his new friends at the hospital.

ICYMI: Chris Pratt recently used his "raptor whispering" skills to cheer up patients at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s...

Posted by Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital on Monday, June 22, 2015


Pratt’s “raptor whispering” skills really helped to cheer up the patients.

“Our patients were all smiles and we are so thankful to Chris for lifting their spirits by visiting and handing out ‘Jurassic World’ goodies,” Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital posted on their Facebook page.

Check out more photos from Pratt’s visit below:


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