Chris Pratt Unveils Six-Pack Abs, More Muscular Body on Instagram

Celebrity Body Jul. 8, 2013 AT 11:50AM
Chris Pratt shows off his incredibly muscular body on Instagram. Chris Pratt shows off his incredibly muscular body on Instagram. Credit: Courtesy Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt has undergone his third total body makeover in two years! After getting ripped for his role as a Navy SEAL in 2012's Zero Dark Thirty -- and packing on 60 pounds of fat to play an attorney in the upcoming Vince Vaughn comedy Delivery Man -- the shirtless 34-year-old actor unveiled his six-pack abs and chiseled chest via Instagram on Sunday, July 7. "Six months no beer," Pratt wrote in the caption. "Kinda douchey to post this but my brother made me."

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Pratt has been bulking up for his role in Marvel Comics' Guardians of the Galaxy, as he's been cast in the lead role of Peter Quill/Star-Lord. The film also stars Zoe Saldana, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close and Benicio del Toro. "Chris has been getting back in shape," a source tells Us Weekly. "His training is intense. They liked his body in Zero Dark Thirty but they want this character to be lean -- very lean -- so he's eating a lot less and doing 'two-a-days' as they call them, workout-wise."

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The source adds, "Chris really put his body through a lot. He went from Zero Dark Thirty to putting on 60 pounds for his role in Delivery Man."

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Pratt -- dad to son Jack, 10 months, with wife Anna Faris, 36 -- spoke about his weight gain for Delivery Man during a December 2012 appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. "I gained 60 pounds in about four and a half months. I just did it the old fashioned way: eating and drinking my face off," he revealed. "I've lost a little bit of it, but it was hard. It was probably just as hard as losing weight. You wouldn't believe it, but it is. It's these same principle: It's all about pain."

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