If you’re planning on taking a hike up to the famous Hollywood sign, the absolute best hiking buddy you could take along with you is apparently Chris Pratt. James Corden, on the other hand, may not be quite ready for the challenge.
During Corden’s Late Late Show this week, he decided it would be a fun idea to show his viewership in London some of the scenery that exists around his new home city, Los Angeles. What better way to do that than by hiking through the mountainside, right by the Hollywood sign, with his good friend and expert hiker, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom star Chris Pratt. In case you are wondering, yes, hilarity did ensue.
To start off with, Corden shows Pratt that he came fully prepared for their hike and for the worst possible case scenarios. He packed all the essentials of any good hike – water, wet wipes, a plate, empty water bottles (for urine according to Corden), toilet paper, toilet paper and more toilet paper.
Once their supplies were sorted and packed, it was time to start the hike. As they set off on their hike and get maybe about 60-feet, Corden was already exhausted. Afraid he might black out, he rests and asks Pratt, “Should we just end and say ‘Jurassic World in cinemas Friday’ and get an Uber and head back?”
Pratt encourages him to push on and so they did. The two embarked on their trip and lived off the land, or whatever was sitting on top of the land (you don’t want to even know what they had to do for food). When things got really tough, they channeled a little bit of inspiration from the Proclaimers and broke out into a sing-a-long of their hit song I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles).
Ultimately, the two made it to their destination and took some seriously awesome selfies to celebrate as well as issued some choice words for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Check out the photos and the hilariously funny video of Chris Pratt and James Corden’s hiking adventure below.
Pratts newest film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters nationwide this weekend!
WE DID IT!!! So proud of my new bff. https://t.co/S1wYDYBLTy
— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) June 21, 2018