"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" will go into production later this year (2021) and Pratt can't wait to hook up with his castmates again.
Co-star Dave Bautista recently announced the third film will be his last as Drax the Destroyer, and Chris admits he'll miss his pal - but he'll be back as Quill, aka Star-Lord, whenever Disney/Marvel bosses need him.
"Peter Quill is not going anywhere and 'Guardians 20' is gonna be me eating a steak without my dentures and using the help of a space racoon to do so," he jokes. "You cannot get rid of me Disney."
In the meantime, Pratt is gearing up for the release of his sci-fi thriller film, "The Tomorrow War". In the Chris McKay-directed movie, he will be playing a high school teacher who gets drafted by a group of time travelers to fight a war 30 years in the future.
In an interview with Men's Journal, the father of two gushed that the movie, which will be released digitally on July 2, "is going to be epic - it's like nothing you have ever seen before."
"I can't really reveal much, but I can tell you that you're going to love it," he added. "Yvonne Strahovski is awesome in it, and so is J.K. Simmons. We've really become a family on set, and I think that will show on screen when audiences finally get a chance to check it out."