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Chris Pine in Talks to Star in Disney Coast Guard Drama (Exclusive)

feedproxy.google.com – Craig Gillespie is in talks to direct "The Finest Hours," based on the true story about two oil tankers caught in a storm. 6 days 3 hours ago via brucelee
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Star Trek actor Chris Pine faces drink-driving charge in New Zealand

theguardian.com – Hollywood star who played Captain Kirk caught in Canterbury, where he is filming a new science fiction film 6 weeks 23 hours ago via brucelee
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Chris Pine Takes The Line For David Gordon Green

wegotthiscovered.com – It takes a special sort of actor to successfully step into the leading role of an already-established action franchise. Chris Pine has managed to do it not once but twice in recent years, providing he’s definitely got a future as a leading man in Hollywood. David Gordon Green obviously agrees, as we now have word that he’ll have Pine take the lead in his upcoming thriller The Line.

12 weeks 22 hours ago via donnieyen

Universal Scratches Joe Carnahan's 'Stretch' From Release Schedule

5:34 PM 1/22/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Joe Carnaham's Stretch has been pulled from this March 21 release, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Looks like the Universal brass will find an angry email from Carnaham in their inboxes. The action-comedy was set to for release on March 21, but because Universal felt that the returns might not justify the cost of distributing and marketing the movie, the studio scratched it from its release schedule.

New in Theaters: 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,' 'Ride Along,' 'The Nut Job,' 'Devil's Due'

9:20 PM 1/17/2014 by Logan Falk
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
This weekend offers quite the variety of films—an action-thriller that jumpstarts a long-dormant franchise, a campy cop buddy comedy, a zany animated family film, and a found-footage horror flick. Pretty much none of it was well-received, but if you’re not picky, there’s something for everybody out in theaters this weekend.

"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" Reviews and Box Office Prospects

10:47 AM 1/16/2014 by Senh Duong
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Chris Pine is the latest actor to take over the role of Jack Ryan in the international spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Since Harrison Ford dropped out of the series, Paramount seems to want to keep the character young. This is the third reboot since Alec Baldwin begin the series with The Hunt for Red October, which was a critical and commercial success -- 95% on Rotten Tomatoes and $122M at the domestic box office.

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Kenneth Branagh on Why Chris Pine Was the Guy to Reboot Jack Ryan

feedproxy.google.com – I like Chris Pine. He's a strong actor and a movie star--although his reboot of Tom Clancy's signature spy is going to be a test of his marquee value. It's one thing to join the "Star Trek" ensemble and another to carry a movie. The actors in Paramount's latest Jack Ryan foray are fine, from Kevin Costner as Ryan's CIA mentor/recruiter to Keira Knightley as the fetching fiancéin scrubs who wonders if he's lying to her.

14 weeks 15 hours ago via donnieyen

Stretch

Posted January 7th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

Patrick Wilson (Insidious), Ed Helms (The Hangover trilogy), Chris Pine (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Brooklyn Decker (What to Expect When You’re Expecting) star in Universal Pictures’ STRETCH, an action-comedy in which all hell breaks out over the streets of L.A. during one twisted night for one desperate driver. When a limo driver (Wilson) discovers that he only has one shift left to pay off a big debt, he goes from worried to hell-with-it-all daring.

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Chris Pine Talks Drawing from the Previous Films, Working with Kenneth Branagh, and More on the Set of JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT

collider.com – During a group interview on the set of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit in October of 2012, we asked Chris Pine the challenges of playing Jack Ryan, the everyman hero, "the Gary Cooper role" 15 weeks 2 days ago via theothersenhman
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Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura Talks the Challenge of Rebooting the Franchise, Casting Chris Pine, and More on the Set of JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT

collider.com – As I’ve said many times, while it’s always great to talk to actors, if you really want to find out why certain decisions were made on a film, you always want to talk to the director and the producers. In the case of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, the set of which I visited in 2012, the one who provided a ton of information was Lorenzo di Bonaventura (who also produced the Transformers franchise 15 weeks 2 days ago via jackiechan
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