Several students at Ghetto Film School in New York City may have thought they were going to experience a typical Tuesday in the classroom.
All that changed, however, when Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt showed up for a surprise Q&A.
While attending the Passengers movie installation at Sony Square, several students’ jaws dropped when they saw the two A-list stars enter the room.
According to Page Six, the school staff asked the students to pose for a mannequin challenge video before Chris and Jennifer sneaked in unannounced.
The Ghetto Film School is an award-winning non-profit founded in 2000 to educate, develop and celebrate the next generation of great American storytellers. According to the schools’ website, the program is based out of South Bronx and Los Angeles.
While Jennifer and Chris may be experiencing the typical pre-movie press tour with stops at late-night talk shows and more than a few red carpets, the Hollywood pair is also taking time to give back.
Earlier in the month, Chris visited the Ronald McDonald House in New York City to acknowledge the incredible staff.
“It was my absolute pleasure to spend some time getting to know these wonderful children and their families. I’ll have you all in my prayers,” he shared on Instagram. “The staff at @rmhnewyork is so incredible. You’re doing #godswork.”
They’ve also had a little fun on social media such as when Chris decided to crop his co-star out of every picture. “Finally got that selfie with Jen y’all wanted. #passengersmovie,” the actor joked with Jennifer’s face cut off.
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