WATCH: 'Guardians 2' star Chris Pratt answers 'How to be you po?'

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Apr 26 2017 05:08 PM

Like many Filipinos, Chris Pratt keeps God close to his heart. 

The American actor said an unwavering Christian faith is key to living a fulfilling life as he answers the question, "How to be you po?" 

With a marriage that rarely fails to rekindle one's belief in true love, and a job where he gets to live out the dream of playing a superhero, Pratt is a guy every man aspires to be, and the very definition of the perfect husband for a lot of women. 

With that in mind, ABS-CBN News' Marie Lozano saw it fit to ask him about his secret to success. 

"I keep God close in my life, if that would be some advice I would give," he said, adding: "Connect with nature, go outside, and maybe put your phone down for a minute."

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Actor Chris Pratt attends a premiere of the film "Guardians of the galaxy, Vol. 2" in London. Hannah McKay, Reuters

In the exclusive interview ahead of the worldwide premiere of Marvel Studios' "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," Pratt also opened up about his relationship with actress Anna Farris. 

"I think we're just meant to be together," he smiled. "You find the right person, you got to hold on to him and you have to work hard to do everything you can to prioritize your relationship, especially for us."

"We live this crazy lifestyle where we're away from one another for long periods of time. So we have a sort of a strange relationship so you have to make it a priority," he shared. 

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Chris Pratt (R) poses with his wife Anna Faris as they attend a premiere of "Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2. Hannah McKay, Reuters

Relating his and Farris' tricky set-up to that of the rag-tag family he leads in "Guardians" as the quirky Star Lord, Pratt said the "easy part" is finding the right person. 

"The part where it becomes more challenging is maintaining that relationships and keeping those relationships together because you see the value in them," he explained. 

Directed by James Gunn, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is now showing in cinemas nationwide.