Christmas is an especially memorable time of year for Chris Pratt.
The "Passengers" star shared his favorite childhood Christmas memory, while discussing his plans for the holidays this year, in a new interview with The Metro on Wednesday.
"When I was a kid, we didn't have a whole lot," he said. "My parents really played the long game one Christmas, letting us know we just weren't going to be able to get anything for Christmas - we didn't have the money. We all knew that. We just got to the point: don't ask for things."
"And when we came down on Christmas morning, we got everything. I got a mountain bike, a bow and arrow, a microscope - all the things I had wanted," he recalled. "They had kept the presents from us and let us think for months we wouldn't be having a good Christmas. I think they just saved up, maybe they donated blood or something. It makes me choke up thinking about it.''
Pratt is excited to pamper his wife Anna Faris and their 4-year-old son Jack for Christmas this year -- in fact, they're going on vacation for the holiday.
"[We] will have a sandy, beautiful, tropical blue Christmas," he told the site.
We're sure Pratt and Faris will make some amazing memories this Christmas too.