Chris Pratt on "Terminal List"

Chris Pratt on 'Terminal List,' enlisting a beefed-up Schwarzenegger and newborn baby 'hell week'

Chris Pratt has perfected the art of the comedic wisecrack amid blockbuster movie action, whether avoiding dinosaur demise in the "Jurassic World" franchise or during Quad Blaster fire in "Guardians of the Galaxy."

That ends with "The Terminal List.," where Pratt's customary frivolity is the first casualty on the register for the eight-episode Amazon series (streaming Friday).

"Audiences will have a set of expectations around what they'll get with something I'm in, with jokes and goofing around. But there's none of that" here, says Pratt, in a joint video interview with Carr.

Hollywood movie star and became a household name, the 43-year-old got his start as Andy Dwyer in TV's "Parks and Recreation." Since then, Pratt has gotten his big break as Star-Lord in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," Owen Grady in "Jurassic World" and James Reece in Prime Video's "The Terminal List."