Frozen bodies of a couple who were hiking roughly 80 years ago and “disappeared” actually fell to their death into a crevice were finally uncovered during Chris Pratt‘s shoot in Iceland!
Two frozen bodies of a couple who had “disappeared” 80 years ago were found in an Icelandic glacier where Chris Pratt was shooting his upcoming movie, “The Tomorrow War,” Chris Pratt tells The Ellen Show host Ellen DeGeneres.
The “fully preserved” lovebirds fell into a crevice of the ice cap when they went on a hike about 80 years ago and were unearthed just weeks before the film cast and crew started shooting at the never-shot-before location in November, Pratt revealed.
“They had been there for over 80 years, and sadly, they didn’t make it. They were fully preserved in their glacier hiking clothes from 1930 or 1940. They had their supplies and rations. They were lovers and they fell down in a hole and just went missing and just recently were found,” Pratt said.
“Isn’t that wild?” he continnued, “Thankfully, we got out and nobody fell in any holes … that we’re reporting.”
However, Icelandic reporter Ingunn Lára Kristjánsdóttir says the Iceland local police could not confirm the Jurassic World star’s claim, a news portal reveals.
Another similar incident like this happened back in 2017, a Swiss couple’s frozen bodies, who apparently disappeared in the Alps during World War II were uncovered roughly 75 years later by a ski resort worker.
Pratt had a stunt double Chris Romrel along with him in the Nordic island nation. Pratt and Romrel zipped around the treacherous glacier
The Guardians of the Galaxy star will be seen in the military sci-fi action movie with co-stars Yvonne Strahovski and J.K. Simmons which hit theaters on Christmas 2020.