Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Chris Pratt are showing a little love for one another after a mutual co-star connected their tweets.
Pratt, who plays Star-Lord in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy movies alongside Karen Gillan's Nebula, took to Twitter to congratulate his co-star on the massive success her Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is currently enjoying after seeing the movie himself. "Karen... Jumanji is amazing!" Pratt wrote. "We laughed so hard. I loved it so much."
"Also, this is not a joke, it made me choke up a little," Pratt added. "Straight up. Real tears." He went on to tag the rest of Jumanji's stars.
Karen... Jumanji is amazing!!! We laughed SO hard. I LOVED IT SO MUCH. OMG You’re amazing in it. Also, this is not a joke, it made me choke up a little. Straight up. Real tears. Congrats to you @TheRock @KevinHart4real and #JackBlack 10/10 #smolder #weaponsvalet🤘🏼👍🏼 https://t.co/iT1cYjdVhb— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) January 14, 2018
Johnson caught the notification for the tweet and extended some gratitude to fellow mega-star Pratt. "Chris, glad you loved Jumanji," Johnson wrote. "Just between us two manly dudes, as I know no one else is reading this... I always get teary eyed at the end too when Colin Hanks shows up with his newborn baby girl. This isn't a spoiler since this Twitter thing is private right?"
Check out the spoiler-filled tweet below, which isn't a spoiler for over $674 million worldwide box office worth of people.
Chris,— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) January 14, 2018
Glad you LOVED #Jumanji .
Just between us two manly dudes, as I know no one else is reading this... I always get teary eyed at the end too when @ColinHanks shows up with his newborn baby girl. This isn’t a spoiler since this Twitter thing is private right? https://t.co/usaSJ0xBsC
Outside of their shared co-star, Pratt and Johnson have super hero films in common. Though one performs for Marvel Studios while the other will operate for Warner Bros. and DC Films, Johnson will soon join the super hero fold as DC's Black Adam character.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is now playing in theaters.