Pine will star opposite Gal Gadot in the upcoming Warner Bros. comic book movie.
Star Trek actor Chris Pine has signed on to star opposite Gal Gadot in Warner Bros. upcoming Wonder Woman movie The Wrap has reported. Pine is set to join the DC Movie Universe playing Steve Trevor, the love interest of Gadot's heroine.
Chris Pine will star opposite Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman.
According to The Wrap, the actor has signed a multi-picture deal with the studio, which includes sequel options. Pine’s character is described as being ‘no mere love interest’ for Wonder Woman aka Diana Prince and although plot details remain under wraps there’s said to be plenty of action to keep Mr Trevor busy.
Continue reading: Chris Pine Joins 'Wonder Woman' Cast As Love Interest Steve Trevor
The actor also helped announce details of a competition that will see one lucky fan appear in the upcoming movie.
Idris Elba has confirmed he will be starring in the upcoming Star Trek Beyond after appearing in a behind the scenes video for a new fan competition where he showed off his breakdancing skills. Launched today, the 'Star Trek: To Boldly Go' competition offers fans the opportunity to win a walk-on role in the movie, with all funds raised going towards nine different charities.
Idris Elba will be appearing in Star Trek: Beyond
Elba appears alongside returning Star Trek cast members Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, John Cho, Anton Yelchin and Karl Urban in the video, which was filmed onboard the Starship Enterprise. At the end of the clip Elba shows off his dancing skills as he busts a few moves in front of his new co-stars.
Continue reading: Idris Elba Breakdances And Confirms He Will Appear In 'Star Trek Beyond'
Disney's latest disaster movie looks impressive in its first trailer
Upcoming Disney 3D-disaster film, The Finest Hours, has a well-known captain at its helm with actor Chris Pine, who proved a hit as James Kirk in Star Trek, taking on the role of US Coast Guard Captain Bernie Webber in this drama based on a true story.
Due out in January 2016, The Finest Hours charts the story of the Pendleton mission – a rescue trip undertaken by Coast Guard ships off the coast of Cape Cod after two oil tankers were destroyed by treacherous winds and rain in 1952.
Continue reading: Captain Chris Pine Steers A New Ship In Disney's The Finest Hours
It's 1952 and a routine shipment is being undertaken by the crew of an oil tanker travelling along the coast of Cape Cod. However, little did they know of a disastrous oncoming storm that would brutally attack New England like never before. As bad luck would have it, the crew on board the vessel find their tanker suddenly ripped in half by the hurricane and they are forced to await the Coast Guard for rescue unable to move from their sinking boat. 30 men are trapped, not knowing whether anyone was coming to rescue them, not knowing whether or not this was their last night on Earth. After all, it would be a suicide mission for any lifeboat to attempt a rescue in these conditions, but that's exactly what happens. A feat of outstanding bravery for this East Coast Guard.
Continue: The Finest Hours Trailer
Is Chris Pine dating Vail Bloom?
Chris Pine has been spotted getting up close and personal to Vail Bloom. The 34-year-old Star Trek actor was snapped out for a walk with Bloom and kissing her outside a café in Hollywood on Sunday (17th May).
Chris Pine was spotted with Vial Bloom in Hollywood over the weekend.
Continue reading: Chris Pine Dating Vail Bloom Of 'Vanderpump Rules'?
Chris Pine - 12th Annual John Varvatos Stuart House Benefit at John Varvatos - Red Carpet Arrivals at John Varvatos Boutique West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 26th April 2015
Chris Pine - Celebrities attend 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts with City Hall in Beverly Hills. at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
Alan Robert Murray, Bub Asman, Sienna Miller and Chris Pine - Shots of a variety of stars in the press room at Hollywood's biggest night, the 87th Annual Academy Awards which were held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 23rd February 2015
After a dramatic cataclysm seemingly destroys all of mankind, a single woman in the deep south of America faces up to the very real possibility that she is the last woman on Earth. Ann Burden (Margot Robbie) does whatever she can to survive in her own tiny corner of the world, until Loomis (Chiwetel Ejiofor) stumbles upon her small valley sanctuary. While the two struggle to find common ground at first, aside from their survival, they steadily begin to form an uneasy bond. But when Caleb (Chris Pine) happens to find the two of them as well, tensions steadily rise as the last three people on Earth give way to jealousy and bitterness towards one another.
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The actor explores his role in Craig Zobel's three-actor dystopian thriller 'Z for Zachariah'.
Chiwetel Ejiofor is set to star in a chilling adaptation of Robert C. O'Brien's apocalyptic novel 'Z for Zachariah', and while he is highly respected for his versatility in acting roles, he admits he found taking on the role in the three-man thriller to be a challenge.
Ejiofor attracted some serious award nominations for his role as Solomon Northup in '12 Years A Slave' and he's continuing to take on more and more impressive roles. Playing one of just three characters, he stars in the Craig Zobel's upcoming dystopian adventure 'Z for Zachariah', and while it does seem like an awful lot of pressure for this stellar actor, he seems more than thrilled about being given the opportunity.
The countdown to the Academy Awards on February 22nd has officially begun.
Chris Pine, JJ Abrams and Alfonso Cuarón will be announcing the names of this year’s Oscar nominees in a live telecast on January 15th, alongside Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs. This year, the nominees for all 24 award categories will be announced during the live broadcast instead of just the usual 12 ‘celebrity’ categories.
Chris Pine will be helping to announce the Oscar nominees on January 15th
Cuarón, who took home the best director award last year and Star Wars: The Force Awakens director Abrams, will make the first announcement at 5:30 a.m. PT, for categories including best animated feature film, best documentary and best original song.
It's taken a long time for this stage musical to make it to the big screen, and while director Rob Marshall once again fails to give the story a sharp focus (see also Chicago and Nine), he at least lets the music and characters shine. Originally staged on Broadway in 1987, this musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine is a gleeful mash-up of fairy tales that continues on past the "happily ever after", eventually turning rather dark and emotional.
Once upon a time, there was a Baker and his Wife (James Corden and Emily Blunt) who learn that they can't have children because the Witch (Meryl Streep) next door has cursed them. She offers to break the spell if they collect a cow, a cape, a slipper and a lock of hair. Meanwhile, Jack (Daniel Huttlestone) annoys his mother (Tracey Ullman) by selling the family cow for a handful of "magic" beans; Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford) dodges a leery Wolf (Johnny Depp) following her through the woods; Cinderella (Anna Kendrick) sneaks to the festival to meet the Prince (Chris Pine) against the wishes of her nasty stepmum (Christine Baranski); and Rapunzel (Mackenzie Mauzy) defies her mother by letting her hair down for a Prince (Billy Magnussen). After knotting together, each plot strand resolves happily. Until the next day.
This is very much a story of two halves, with the sharp, snappy, hilarious first act contrasting strongly against the rather disturbingly grim and grisly second act, as everyone's story unravels to reveal each character's deep neediness. What makes this show so clever is the way it undermines the usual fairy-tale happiness of most stories, cautioning that this artifice is actually a problem for children. While the songs are all clever and thoroughly engaging, none of them is particularly hummable on first listen, but each is packed with witty wordplay and serious subtext that gets under the skin.
Continue reading: Into the Woods Review
The Hollywood star recently revealed he doesn't think 'Shadow Recruit' will get a sequel due to its poor performance at the box office.
Chris Pine starred in the titular role in 2014's 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, which was the latest attempt to reboot the beloved spy franchise created by famed author Tom Clancy, but the flick was anything but a success.
Chris Pine as Jack Ryan in 'Shadow Recruit'
While promoting the new Disney musical 'Into The Woods' with Moviefone, Pine revealed he does not think Paramount will be releasing a sequel to 'Shadow Recruit' mainly due to its poor performance at the box office.
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26th August, 1980