Chris Pratt is currently on a media tour for his upcoming film “Jurassic World.” The actor is reportedly having fun during the worldwide promotions and has been sharing his mischief via Instagram posts. For example, he shared a funny moment from Britain, where he is seen giving a cutesy pose in a garden. He can also be seen sitting with one leg folded down and with his hands under his chin.

He captioned the picture: “Just bein' natural In Hyde Park London. Super candid shot. Not posing at all. So. Go UK! #HydeAndCheek #JurassicWorldGlobalPressTour #JurassicWorld #cheersMate.

In another picture, from China, he can be seen mimicking a series of statues. He appears to be dressed in a black sweater and blue denim and is posing in a squat position with his hands under his chin. "Me and some dudes I met in China. Really nice, patient guys. Good listeners," he joked beside a photo of him squatting in a circle of statues in China. "I blabbed and blabbed about the upcoming 'Jurassic World' movie and they didn't interrupt me once,” read the caption.

He also shared another goofy photo where he can see posing with the “I Love Beijing” photo in the souvenir shop.

Pratt will be seen as Owen Grady in “Jurassic World.” He will be shown conducting behavioral research on dinosaurs. He will also be training four Velociraptors namely Blue, Charlie, Delta and Echo. Pratt has been cast alongside Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D'Onofrio, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, B.D. Wong and Irrfan Khan

Colin Trevorrow has directed “Jurassic World” from the story by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley have produced it. It will concern a hybrid dinosaur Indominus Rex that will escape and create havoc. Pratt’s character will try to save people from the dinosaurs.

According to Trevorrow, Indominus Rex will embody humanity’s worst tendencies. “It’s a hybrid of specific dinosaurs with great movie names like the Giganotosaurus and Majungasaurus. It is an abomination and a killer -- and on party plates,” he added in his interview to Entertainment Weekly.