Chris Pratt nabbed the cover of GQ's annual Men of the Year issue, honoring the biggest superstars who have left their mark in 2014.
The actor kicked off her super-successful year with "The Lego Movie," before stealing the spotlight in the mega-hit, "Guardians of the Galaxy."
The 35-year-old star didn't see his weight as a problem when everyone thought he was too fat for his role.
"You can make a talking raccoon that looks real," he says. "Why can't I just be fat?"
Of course, he did lose the weight ... and ended up looking like this:
He also says fat Pratt is never coming back, telling the mag "I'm done with that."
Anna Faris' hubby is set to star in "Jurassic World," and he's also signed up another "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie. While he loves being on the big screen, he wants to try his hand behind the camera as well.
"I'm always biting my tongue," Pratt says. "When I'm on set, I kind of wish I could just tell everybody what to do. If I could tell everybody what to do, it would be great, and it would be done faster. And so that's what I'm working toward. I want control. I want control over something."
"I have to get better at writing, because the stuff that I have written, no one bought. Maybe they'll buy it now, because they can put my name on it, but I'd be in a bad movie that I wrote. So I just want to make sure that I stay working hard. I think I will. I hope I will," he adds.
Pratt covers the issue along with Dave Chappelle, Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Steve Carell, and Michael Sam. Check out the rest of the covers here!