Chris Pratt may be used to stunt work by now, following superhero epic 'Guardians of the Galaxy', but that apparently didn't make him any less nervous when it came to performing yet more stunts on the set of the new 'Jurassic World' movie.

Chris Pratt in 'Jurassic World'Chris Pratt in 'Jurassic World'

Pratt plays Owen Grady in the movie; a motorcycle enthusiast and Velociraptor trainer; so of course, this meant he had one of the most stunt-heavy roles in the whole film. The only problem was, Pratt had serious reservations about some of the activity he had to shoot while astride a Triumph bike, and vowed to never take up riding away from his professional life.

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'Well, it's been nice working on this movie', he half jokes ahead of his impending motorcycle performance in a behind the scenes video. 'Tell all my family and friends I love them.' The scene he was about to do saw his character and Omar Sy's character Barry team up with the soldiers from Ingen about to do some 'badass cruising out of the bushes'. Of course, though, accidents do happen.

'There's mud on my pants', he says. 'A lot of times wardrobe will add mud to clothing to give it that wear and tear look'. However, it doesn't look like the person in charge of costume needed to give much input in Pratt's case. 'I fell face first in mud, rolled out of it, may have a broken bone and don't even know it', he says. 'Never let your confidence outgrow your skill. I should never have a motorcycle. If you ever see me in the tabloids driving a motorcycle, find me and kick me in the nuts.'

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It seems that being faced with a few accidents on set has knocked his confidence a little, because now he's worried about messing up the forthcoming press tour for the film. The actor took to Facebook on Friday (May 22nd 2015) to make a long apology for anything he may say in upcoming interviews that could be deemed offensive, stating: 'You must understand I (will likely have been) tired and exhausted when I (potentially) said that thing I (will have had) said that (will have had) crossed the line.'

'Jurassic World' hits UK cinemas on June 11th 2015.

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