At the end of the press junket for "Jurassic World," there was a photo posted by one of the guys who runs the junkets of two kegs. One was PBR, the other was Dos Equis. Not the most expensive gesture in the world, but one that speaks volumes. Pratt sees how hard these guys work at these things, and it's non-stop for days at a time. He didn't have to do anything for the crew, but the gesture says that Pratt recognizes that he may be the movie star, but he's standing on a lot of backs to reach that spotlight.
The first time I met Pratt, I was in an elevator in San Francisco, checking into my hotel, there for a set visit to "The Five-Year Engagement." At that point, I knew Pratt from "Parks and Rec" only, and we started talking. He was super-gracious and effusive, and the same was true later that evening when I ran into him on the set.