Entertainment Weekly #AnswerTime with Chris Pine

In case you missed it Chris did an exclusive fan question and answer on Entertainment Weekly’s official Tumblr page earlier today. You can check out all the questions and his answers below!

Hi Chris, what is your favourite breakfast food?
Well today I had a chocolate croissant and a cappuccino.

Is there one particular line or scene in the movie that resonated with you?
When Bernie Webber says: “You gotta go out, but you don’t gotta come back in.” It speaks to the selflessness of the first responders.

What’s your favourite flavour starburst?
The orange ones

Huge fan, Chris. Which TV series are you currently watching? Thanks.
Just finished The Americans. Loved it. About to move on to season four of Homeland, and eagerly looking forward to Game of Thrones.

How many souls did you have to sell to get the shade of your eyes?
I’m a soul saver, not a soul killer.

what’s the biggest challenge about filming a movie that’s based on a true story?
Doing justice to the people that actually lived these stories.

Doing justice to the people that actually lived these stories.
I always rank my Chrises alphabetically.

Chris, what was it like filming such an intense movie? I can’t wait to see it in theatres Love you, btw!
Love you. It was probably the hardest shoot I’ve done. I don’t think anyone likes to be cold, wet and miserable but keeping in mind what all those guys went through years ago kept my actorly complaints in check.

Hello Chris. Apples or Grapes?
Neither.

Name your three favourite films
The first ones that come to mind are: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Bugsy Malone and the potential remake of Top Gun.

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Screen Rant: Chris Pine & Ben Foster On Why The Finest Hours is Special

Hollywood Outbreak: Chris Pine Loves “Beautiful” Story Behind ‘The Finest Hours’

The Finest Hours is based on the true story of how Coast Guard Captain Bernie Webber (Chris Pine) and three other men rescued the crew of the SS Pendleton, an oil tanker that was bound for Boston. The feature, which is based on the nonfiction book The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Most Daring Sea Rescue, also stars Ben Foster, Eric Bana, and Casey Affleck.

“I love stories that are not all that complicated and are really well told,” said Pine. “This was a beautiful, throwback story with a good romance – a guy that loved his girl and wanted to get to her. A guy that was really scared and was up against seemingly insurmountable odds (and) overcame them.”

Source: hollywoodoutbreak.com

Additional ‘The Finest Hours’ Production Stills

Check out more production stills of Chris from The Finest Hours which hits theaters January 29th!

Get Your First Look at Wonder Woman Starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine

Wonder Woman is set to hit theaters on June 23rd, 2017.

Chris to appear on LIVE With Kelly & Michael & The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Mark your calendars, or in reality set your DVR’s people because Chris is gonna be on Jimmy Kimmel Live, LIVE With Kelly & Michael as well as The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote his new film The Finest Hours on January 27th! Check your local listings to make sure you don’t miss it.

Jimmy Kimmel LIVE
Mo 1/25: Chris Pine, Lena Headey, Panic! At the Disco

Good Morning America
We 1/27: Chris Pine; Lily James; Wayne Brady.

LIVE With Kelly & Michael
We 1/27: Chris Pine, Lily James, Shawn Hook

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Wednesday, Jan. 27 Chris Pine; Actress Danielle Brooks; musical performance by Baauer

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