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Chris Pratt Has Just Two Words To Sum Up That 'Ghostbusters' Movie He's Supposedly In

Ain't afraid of no straight talk.

As if we wouldn't already be picking Chris Pratt among the first in our Celebrity Best Friend Fantasy League draft (what, you don't do that?), we now have yet another reason to think the "Jurassic World" star is awesomesauce.

In a cover story for GQ, Pratt blew off those rumors that he would star in an all-male "Ghostbusters" with Channing Tatum, a sort of call-and-response battle of the sexes reaction to Paul Feig's upcoming all-female "Ghostbusters." Not so, he says.

"No one has ever even spoken to me about that," he told the magazine. "Never. I've even seen Channing a couple times. As far as I know, that's complete bulls--t." He set the record straight on another rumored role: "'Knight Rider' — bulls--t. All of them."

Oh, and speaking of crap, there's another newfound reason to be pals with Pratt? He's a poo artist. He describes, at length, his habit with "Parks and Recreation" co-star and pal Nick Offerman. They send each other pictures of their refuse, because what are friends for, we guess?

"You know how we know we respect the poops?" he said. "Because we'll send them, not even a single square of toilet paper in the photo. We won't desecrate the art by obscuring even a corner of it with a piece of toilet paper. Which means that we will get up and take the photo before we wipe our ass, just out of sheer respect for the piece."

The man is an artist.

"You know, some poops are unremarkable, and some you take pictures of and send them to Nick Offerman."

Amen.