Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt doesn't think it's important to resolve an argument before going to bed.

The 'Magnificent Seven' actor - who has four-year-old son Jack with wife Anna Faris - insists the traditional advice not to stew over a row is "garbage", but it is important to at least "touch toes" with his spouse so she knows he doesn't bear a grudge, even if he isn't ready to discuss their dispute.

He told 'Entertainment Tonight': "I have heard some people say 'Don't go to bed mad.' I think that is garbage. Sometimes you've got to go to bed mad, but at least touch toes, you know what I mean? At least touch toes. 'We will deal with it later. I think I am going to get some sleep,' and touch toes."

Scott Eastwood, 30, recently revealed he had lost out in a role in 'Passengers' to the 37-year-old hunk.

And Chris can relate to the 'Suicide Squad' star's frustration as he's lost out on roles to other actors himself "many" times.

He said: "Oh my gosh, there is so many roles that I have lost out to other actors.

"Yeah, for years and years, and years I auditioned. I auditioned for things and lost out constantly. Yeah, this is part of the deal, you know, it is part of the deal, and you find out that a lot of times that is the way that it's meant to be."

Chris recently revealed he is planning a six-month career break to spend time with his wife and son.

He said: "I've been on the road for 14 months - I did three movies back to back to back - so I'm taking six months off.

"I'm taking Jack to Jack's Beach - which is what we named the little stretch of beach on an island up on the San Juan Islands where we got a place. We're going to go back to the fort we built about a month and a half ago when we went for a short visit and see if that's still there. If not, we're going to build it again."