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Chris Pratt scales a set of steps the hard way while filming his new Amazon series The Terminal List

Chris Pratt scales a set of steps the hard way while filming his new Amazon series The Terminal List in Los Angeles

Chris Pratt is back on set and scaling a set of steps in a rather unconventional way while filming his new series The Terminal List.

The 41-year-old actor was spotted climbing up the side of an outdoor staircase while filming the new Amazon Studios series.

The actor was not seen with any of his co-stars on the set, which include his brother-in-law, Patrick Schwarzenegger. 

On set: Chris Pratt is back on set and scaling a set of steps in a rather unconventional way while filming his new series The Terminal List

Pratt was spotted wearing a long-sleeved blue shirt under a black t-shirt, with a black t-shirt poking out from under his shirt.

He completed his look wearing black pants and black sneakers as was seen hanging from the outside of a set of stairs.

The Jurassic World star was also seen pulling himself up from the handrails as production continued. 

Chris' look: Pratt was spotted wearing a long-sleeved blue shirt under a black t-shirt, with a black t-shirt poking out from under his shirt

Chris’ look: Pratt was spotted wearing a long-sleeved blue shirt under a black t-shirt, with a black t-shirt poking out from under his shirt

Pratt signed on to star in The Terminal List back in May 2020, which is adapted from the 2018 novel of the same name by Jack Carr.

Pratt will portray James Reece, a Navy SEAL who returns home after the rest of his platoon is ambushed on a mission.

While Reece has conflicting memories of the ambush, new evidence comes to light that has this soldier questioning everything and putting his family in danger. 

New role: Pratt signed on to star in The Terminal List back in May 2020, which is adapted from the 2018 novel of the same name by Jack Carr

New role: Pratt signed on to star in The Terminal List back in May 2020, which is adapted from the 2018 novel of the same name by Jack Carr

The Terminal List is the first in a series of books centering on Pratt’s character James Reece, including 2019’s True Believer, 2020’s Savage Son and The Devil’s Hand, which was released just last week.

Pratt stars alongside Constance Wu as Katie Buranek, Jeanne Tripplehorn as Lorraine Hartley, Patrick Schwarzenegger as Donny Mitchell, Riley Keough as Lauren Reece and Taylor Kitsch as Ben Edwards.

David DiGilio (Strange Angel) created the series based on Jack Carr’s book, with Pratt also executive producing and Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) directing the pilot.

New character: The Terminal List is the first in a series of books centering on Pratt's character James Reece, including 2019's True Believer, 2020's Savage Son and The Devil's Hand, which was released just last week

New character: The Terminal List is the first in a series of books centering on Pratt’s character James Reece, including 2019’s True Believer, 2020’s Savage Son and The Devil’s Hand, which was released just last week

Pratt also shared how special this project was to him when he shared a photo of real Navy SEALS on Instagram.

‘Our world balances between light and dark. And though it feels precarious, it was created that way. We are called, each of us, to be of some service- to be light. Few answer the call. And fewer yet to the degree of the Warfare Special Operator. It has been my great honor to work alongside the men in this photo,’ Pratt said.

‘Many of whom are actual Navy Seals. As far as men go, it is my opinion there are none equal to the SEAL. I’m trying my hardest to portray James Reece in a believable way. With enough smoke and mirrors and technical advice from the men who’ve lived it, we’ll fake it just enough to tell the incredible story,’ he added.

Tribute: Pratt also shared how special this project was to him when he shared a photo of real Navy SEALS on Instagram

Tribute: Pratt also shared how special this project was to him when he shared a photo of real Navy SEALS on Instagram

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