Check out Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt in this hilarious blooper reel for the film ‘The Passengers’


The Passengers bloopers

Sony Pictures Entertainment has just released a hilarious blooper reel from the set of the film The Passengers. The almost two-minute long clip shows off some deleted footage of Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt enjoying their time on set. The pair, who are already known for their hilarious antics, battle it out with a tickle war, whilst J-Law eats a bouquet of roses, and Chris Pratt shows some love to Bruce Willis.

The Passengers is Directed by Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) and Written by Jon Spaihts (Doctor Strange). The film takes place on the spaceship, Starship Avalon, during its 120-year voyage to a distant colony planet known as the ‘Homestead Colony’. The ship, which is transporting 5,258 sleeping passengers, has a malfunction in one of its hibernation chambers. As a result, Jim Preston (Chris Pratt) is awoken from his sleep pod and stranded alone on the spaceship with 90 years left until he reaches his destination.

The Passengers made 294.7 million USD at Box Office in 2016 with stiff competition from Rogue One. The film, which stars two prominent A-listers had a production budget of $110 million.

Check out The Passengers outtake reel below:




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Check out Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt in this hilarious blooper reel for the film ‘The Passengers’

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