HomeHeard it on the ShowChris Pratt and Anna Faris: The reason behind the split!Chris Pratt and Anna Faris: The reason behind the split!Tue, August 8, 2017 by Tessa Snyder SHARE NOW Chris Pratt and Anna Faris at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Passengers' held at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, USA on December 14, 2016. Chris Pratt and Anna Faris apparently have very different ideas about what family life should be like. Jodi digs into this Hollywood Outsider starting at 30:13 minutes into today’s show podcast below. Pratt and Faris took to social media to reveal the sad news over the weekend. According to TMZ Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are going their separate ways not because of some third party in their marriage, not because one of them did something unforgivable … they split because they each have very different views of what a family should be. Our sources say Anna wants a family that is pretty much together most of the time. She wants a base … which for her has been Los Angeles. We’re told she wants more kids. The upshot … Anna wants a traditional family. Chris, on the other hand, has had some life-changing experiences that has required him to adjust the balance between family and career. When he married Anna back in 2009, she was much bigger than him. He’s now at the top of the Hollywood food chain, and with that comes opportunities that take him all over the world, shooting movies that take him away from home for months at a time. Our sources say he doesn’t want more kids … at least not in the foreseeable future, because he can’t juggle a growing family with his career. And he can’t be corralled in one place — even L.A. — because that’s not the way the movie industry works. That said, we’re told they have an unbreakable bond in son Jack. They are devoted parents, both separately and together and they are determined to keep it that way. Want to hear more? Listen to Murphy Sam and Jodi: On Demand When you follow our podcast on iTunes or the Google Play store, you get exclusive stuff you won’t hear on the show! (It’s FREE to subscribe) And while you’re at it… be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.