Chris Pratt, who plays the lead part of Owen Grady in Jurassic World, is assured that fans won't be disappointed by the fourth installment of the iconic franchise.
In an interview with Nola.com, the actor spoke about his experience filming for the movie in New Orleans and also how he scored the coveted role.
The actor revealed that he was still filming for Guardians of the Galaxy when he got the call for the part in Jurassic World from director Colin Trevorrow. The actor went on to add that he was a "little bit nervous that they would be making another Jurassic World because (the franchise) was, and is, "very dear" to him.
He was essentially scared about starring in a film that would not match up to the incredible success of the franchise or tarnish it in anyway.
"I wouldn't want to be part of a team that would ever screw it up," he said. "And so when he [Trevorrow] told me the pitch, it just made so much sense and it felt so relevant and timely."
When asked about how he thought fans would react to the movie, Pratt betrayed the nervousness he had when signing on for the role, and was assured of the fact that fans would be satisfied by the film.
"I haven't seen the entire finished picture, but I know I'll love it. From what I'm hearing from everybody, we did a great job," he said. "We definitely did everything we could to make it as good of a film as possible -- to make the fans of the franchise proud and all the crew members who worked on it proud, people on Hawaii and in New Orleans who let us come work there."
Jurassic World also stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan, and Judy Greer.
The film will hit theaters on June 12, 2015.
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