Do you want to become dinosaur food in one of the most popular sci-fi franchises of all time an also help out a good cause? Well, Chris Pratt has an offer for you.
On Thursday, Pratt — who plays Raptor trainer Owen Grady in the Jurassic World trilogy — posted a video to his Instagram page that revealed his participation in the All In Challenge, a fundraising effort in which various celebrities challenge each other to post cool items for fans to enter to win, with the proceeds going to various hunger charities. Pratt was challenged to participate by Justin Beiber, and while he began his video by acknowledging that he took a little bit of time in responding, he did come up with something very cool.
Pratt and Universal Pictures are offering two opportunities for fans to appear onscreen in the upcoming Jurassic World: Dominion, where they will join the distinguished group of actors and extras who've become dinosaur food in the long history of the franchise.
"You are guaranteed to be recognizable, not cut out of the movie, absolutely in the movie, cemented, your legacy, forever...eaten by a dinosaur in a movie!" Pratt said.
Because Pratt was able to swing two spots for winners in Dominion, there are two ways to win your chance to be dino food. The cheapest option, by far, is entering the sweepstakes option. Ten bucks buys you 10 chances to win, 25 bucks buys 25, $50 buys 100 chances, and $100 buys 200 chances. If you happen to have a lot of extra cash laying around, there's the auction option, where the second spot will simply go to the highest bidder. The bid on that prize is already up to $36,000, with 12 days left on the auction.
All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry, all of which are seeing increased demand right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Head to the All In Challenge links above for details, and good luck in your quest to be devoured by a T. Rex.
Jurassic World: Dominion has delayed production due to the pandemic, but is still set to hit theaters June 11, 2021.