Chris Pratt Reads Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo de Felici's Oblivion Song

You may read into this as much as you wish. But Chris Pratt, star of Guardians Of The Galaxy, Parks & Rec and Jurassic World, has been doing some light reading. Alongside a workout or two.


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Oblivion Song is a comic book series created by The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo de Felici and pubkished by Skybound/Image Comics. It is a supernatural science fiction story that chronicles Nathan Cole, a man who makes daily trips to try and rescue those still living in the apocalyptic hellscape of Oblivion, a part of Philadelphia lost a decade ago along with 300,000 of its citizens. First published in 2018, in June of this year, it was revealed that Universal Pictures and Skybound Entertainment will produce an Oblivion Song movie with Sean O'Keefe of the upcoming Wonderland and Green Hornet writing the script.

Is there any chance Chris Pratt could be boning up to play Nathan Cole?

Chris Pratt Reads Oblivion Song

He may have to lay off the popsicles…

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