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Chris Pratt issues pre-press tour apology

CHRIS Pratt has apologised in advance of the upcoming press tour for 'Jurassic World‬'.

The 35-year-old star, who appears in the Colin Trevorrow-directed sci-fi movie, has taken to his Facebook account to say sorry for anything he may accidentally say in promoting the much-anticipated film.

He wrote: "I want to make a heartfelt apology for whatever it is I end up accidentally saying during the forthcoming ‪#‎JurassicWorld‬ press tour. I hope you understand it was never my intention to offend anyone and I am truly sorry. I swear. I'm the nicest guy in the world. And I fully regret what I (accidentally will have) said in (the upcoming foreign and domestic) interview(s). (sic)"

The 'Parks and Recreation' star joked that any unfortunate remarks he makes during the course of the promotional tour are because he's simply "dumb".

He wrote:

"I am not in the business of making excuses. I am just dumb. Plain and simple. I try. I REALLY try! When I do (potentially) commit the offensive act for which I am now (pre) apologizing you must understand I (will likely have been) tired and exhausted when I (potentially) said that thing I (will have had) said that (will have had) crossed the line. Those rooms can get stuffy and the hardworking crews putting these junkets together need some entertainment! (Likely) that is who I was trying to crack up when I (will have had) made that tasteless and unprofessional comment. Trust me. I know you can't say that anymore. (sic)"



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