Chris Pratt says the key towards gender equality in Hollywood is to make movies that objectify men more. The Jurassic World actor - now one of the most in-demand stars in the world - said his physique and build had certainly helped him to land major roles.

Chris PrattChris Pratt is a pretty downt to earth guy

"Never in a calculated way, but in hindsight, yeah," he said when asked if his looks won him roles in Hollywood, "It was a huge part of how my career has shifted is based on the way that I look, on the way that I've shaped my body to look."

"I think it's OK, I don't feel appalled by it," he went on. "I think it's appalling that for a long time only women were objectified, but I think if we really want to advocate for equality, it's important to even things out.

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"Not objectify women less, but objectify men just as often as we objectify women.

"There are a lot of women who got careers out of it, and I'm using it to my advantage. And at the end of the day, our bodies are objects.

"We're just big bags of flesh and blood and meat and organs that God gives us to drive around."

Earlier this week, actress Nicole Kidman had claimed Hollywood was not an "even playing field" when it came to gender equality and called on the industry to do more for women.

"Obviously we need to create more opportunities; it's not an even playing field," said Kidman, who picked up the Crystal award for excellence in film at the ceremony. "We're all working and banding together and trying to change that and that's what's needed. We also need to put cameras in little girls' hands and get them to tell stories and increase their confidence so that they can feel powerful."

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