In an interview with ET on the MTV Movie & TV Awards red carpet, the actor told Carly Steele he’d be more than happy to revive his role as the dim-witted Andy Dwyer. "I hope so, yeah! I’ve heard rumors," Pratt said. "I’d be down. Let’s do it! Yeah, that’d be great!"
Pratt became a household name thanks to his role on the show as the lovable slacker. The 38-year-old joins his TV wife Aubrey Plaza (April Ludgate), Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson), and Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope), as cast members who have all expressed interest in a Parks and Rec reunion.
“I’ll speak for everybody and say we would all do it,” Poehler said during an appearance on Ellen. “I think we would all do it someday. It would be amazing.”
The Guardians of the Galaxy star definitely has his hands full with two major franchises on his plate. Even though Pratt would gladly return to Poehler’s side, he made it clear that he doesn’t want to be in charge of the reunion.
"Oh god, if it was up to me I’d blow it," Pratt said. "I think it’s—that would be up to Mike Schur, and I know everybody involved would be eager and dying to get back together. It’d be a lot of fun, so, hey, give me a call. They know my number!"
Originally Pratt was supposed to play Dwyer for just a handful of episodes in the mockumentary series’ first season. Creators loved his character so much they gave him a permanent role in the cast for the next six seasons, eventually marrying Aubrey Plaza’s character April Ludgate.
"It feels too soon for that but I mean, yeah I’ll do anything with those people," Plaza said back in May. "They’re the best people ever. I’d rather do a movie.”
In the meantime, Pratt’s latest movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters this weekend.