Marvel confirms Chris Pratt's Guardians Of The Galaxy character Star-Lord is a polyamorous bisexual... after the actor denied he goes to a 'infamously anti-LGBTQ' church
- A revelation about the character the 41-year-old actor has played in four films and their sexuality has been made in the upcoming Guardians Of The Galaxy #9 comic book
- Star-Lord AKA Peter Quill ends up in a parallel universe as it follows him on a nomadic journey with two companions named Aradia and Mors
- The space cowboy is initially offered an opportunity to experience 'togetherness' with the pair but opposed the idea with the hope of returning home to his love Gamora
- However 12 years later it seems as if Star-Lord was officially part of the polyamorous love-triangle as he is shown enjoying an intimate ceremonial bath with Aradia and Mors
- It remains uncertain whether the character's sexuality will be incorporated in Pratt's portrayal in any of the upcoming projects in the Marvel Cinematic Univers
- Last year Pratt was forced to defend his church when Elliot Page claimed it had 'an anti-LGBTQ agenda
- In February 2019, he took to his Instagram Stories to defend his place of worship as he wrote that 'nothing could be further from the truth'
- Elliot reacted to Pratt's appearance on The Late Show with the tweet: 'Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too?'
A revelation about the character the 41-year-old actor has played in four films and their sexuality has been made in the upcoming Guardians Of The Galaxy #9 comic book.