Following the release of “Avengers: Infinity War,” one of the more common discussions was a case of who was primarily to blame for the Avengers failing to stop Thanos and his quest that wiped out half the galaxy.
Frequently much of the blame was laid on Chris Pratt’s Star Lord/Peter Quill who, upon learning of Gamora’s demise, let his anger get the best of him and ultimately screwed up an effective co-ordinated plan that was just moments away from snatching the Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos’ grasp.
Both Pratt and directors Joe and Anthony Russo have, in the past, been dismissive by saying Quill is an emotional guy and humans do make rash emotional decisions like this. Now Pratt has changed his tune somewhat, telling Digital Spy this week he understands the resentment chucked at his character:
“I think it’s totally true, and I personally feel the same as everyone else about Star-Lord. But I know things, ok? And I feel like audiences are gonna be blown away when this next film comes out. Even if [he’s not redeemed] it was worth it, because this is an experience for fans that truly never will be matched again in the history of cinema.”
Despite his disappearance in The Decimation, Pratt is expected to reprise the role in “Avengers: Endgame” opening in April.