Actors battle over control of the Starship Enterprise bridge to promote the “Star Trek: To Boldly Go” Omaze campaign, which recruits fans for new film
Chris Pine is facing tough competition for his role as head honcho of the USS Enterprise.
The actor, who reprises his role as Captain Kirk in “Star Trek Beyond,” battles over control of the Starship Enterprise bridge with newcomer to the franchise, Idris Elba, in a video to promote Omaze’s charitable campaign.
Hi, guys! I’ve noticed an influx of emails asking about the gallery and why the images aren’t accessible. I explained on our Twitter page, but I know not all of you do the social media thing or perhaps you missed the tweets. Nonetheless, here is what you need to know: The gallery is FINE and will live to see another day. The gallery may have a bunch of broken images in it for the time being but as of last night the actual image files are being uploaded to our new host. That’s over 40,000 files and 14GB worth of Chris Pine photos. So even with my super fast internet speed it’s still taking a bit of time. Long story short is that I moved the gallery from our previous host earlier this year, which is why the gallery has a new domain (no longer the .org domain) but sadly the host I moved it too recently had to shut down after over 15 years of fantastic service. So on top of having to find a new home for my Chris Pine gallery, I have also been trying to find a new home for my other sites as well. It has been a very trying week so far and it’s only eased a fraction. The positive thing is that the gallery should be back to working order tomorrow, if not Friday at the latest if something causes a delay.
I appreciate all the support for Chris and the site, and obviously your concern for the gallery. I know what joy Chris’ smile can invoke, so I can hardly blame you guys.
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I’ve added captures of Chris as Eric in the Netflix series reboot of Wet Hot American Summer into the gallery. You can watch all eight episodes now on Netflix!
TheWrap.com — Patty Jenkins is directing the comic book movie for Warner Bros., which will release the film in 2017
Chris Pine has closed a deal to play Steve Trevor opposite Gal Gadot in “Wonder Woman,” TheWrap has learned. Pine joins the DC Movie Universe in a multi-picture deal that includes sequel options, according to insiders.
A representative for Warner Bros. did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Steve Trevor will be no mere love interest for Gadot’s Diana Prince, as there will be plenty of action to keep him busy, though plot details remain under wraps.
There had been speculation that Pine was up for a role in WB’s upcoming “Green Lantern Corps” and that the “Wonder Woman” rumors were just a smokescreen, but that popular fanboy theory proved unfounded.
Patty Jenkins is directing “Wonder Woman,” which Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder are producing with Charles Roven and Richard Suckle of Atlas Entertainment. Jason Fuchs wrote the script after working with Warner Bros. on Joe Wright’s “Pan.”
Wonder Woman will be introduced in next year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” before her solo movie hits theaters on June 23, 2017.
I’ve added over 50+ Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit stills in addition to a few more promotional stills and artwork from Into The Woods. Check em out: