According to Amazon the Blu-ray and DVD release of Hell or High Water will be available on November 22nd.
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Nine stars who are generating major awards buzz for their work in 2016 independent films will participate in AFI Fest’s third annual Indie Contenders Panel, moderated by The Hollywood Reporter, on Nov. 13 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Kate Beckinsale (lead actress, Love & Friendship), Adam Driver (lead actor, Paterson), Sally Field (lead actress, Hello, My Name Is Doris), Rebecca Hall (lead actress, Christine), Margo Martindale (supporting actress, The Hollars), Viggo Mortensen (lead actor, Captain Fantastic), Ruth Negga (lead actress, Loving), Chris Pine (lead actor, Hell or High Water) and Miles Teller (lead actor, Bleed for This) will sit down with THR’s Scott Feinberg in front of a crowd of 200 AFI Fest badgeholders and ticketholders for a 75-minute conversation about their experiences with indie films.
Video of the full conversation will subsequently appear on HollywoodReporter.com
Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time has its patriarch, with Chris Pine joining the Ava DuVernay-directed tentpole.
The Star Trek alum will play Mr. Murray, husband to the Gugu Mbatha-Raw-portrayed Dr. Kate Murray, I’ve learned.
Pine is expected to get in front of the camera for DuVernay before the end of the year with filming in Los Angeles.
A Wrinkle In Time involves a young girl whose government scientist father has gone missing after working on a mysterious project called a tesseract, which involves being transported to a fifth dimension with mysterious inhabited planets. She takes part in a search for her father and sees some incredible creatures along the way.
Directed by DuVernay from a script by Frozen co-writer Jennifer Lee, Storm Reid also stars, along with Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, and Mindy Kaling also aboard.
A Wrinkle in Time was the first tentpole to receive tax credits under the California Film Commission’s new tax incentives program.
Pine is repped by CAA and John Carrabino Management.
You may have an image in your mind of Chris Pine as the perpetually boyish Prince Charming-type from Into the Woods and Star Trek, but these days, he’s embracing a different image: One in which he stops shaving, embraces his grays and gives overalls a spin. Was this conscious? Is he undergoing a style revolution? Will he have the salt-and-pepper beard forever? He got on the phone with us to answer all these questions and more.
Pine says the gray-speckled beard and new lease on his wardrobe are all coming with being 36. “I’m enjoying the aging process and the gray hair and the wrinkles,” he tells PeopleStyle. “I find the ritual of shaving very relaxing, but for every day, it’s pretty irritating on my skin, so I like having the definition a beard gives. I have some white hairs coming in, so that gives it different colors, I guess. But, quite honestly, it’s just really f–king easy.”
And don’t expect him to pop up on a red carpet one day with a suspiciously dark beard. “I don’t think there’s anything less attractive than a man over-dyeing things on his face, so I’m going to try, for as long as I can, to age as my male forefathers before me,” says the star. “My father started getting grays when he was in his 30s, as did my grandfather before him, so I don’t want to look perpetually young. To each his own, but it’s just not for me. Men trying to look young doesn’t really go for me. I mean, I’m Botoxing on the daily, but …”
But what he will get on board with (quite literally) is a pair of cozy, lived-in overalls, which he recently wore to get on a plane with a straw fedora and bright red sneaks.
“It’s f–king clothes, man. It’s like … I don’t know. Overalls are super comfortable, a lot of storage space, they’re not tight and you can sit on an airplane for 14 hours,” he tells PeopleStyle when asked about the onesie #OOTD. “Yeah, I don’t know. I really like overalls. What can I tell you?”
And although he’s the face of more than one sophisticated scent from Giorgio Armani (including its newest, Armani Code Profumo), Pine’s approach to scent is as relaxed as his style and grooming mantras.
“There’s nothing really fancy about spraying a perfume on your body,” he says. “I think it’s just that it’s really fortunate that I have the luxury of being involved in the brand where I get free stuff.”
He adds: “I’m definitely of the less is more mentality, and what I really appreciate is that fragrance is chemical, and it changes with your body throughout the day. It’s a very deeply personal thing. One smell on one person isn’t the same on another, and I appreciate the uniqueness of that experience.”