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May 05, 2009

CHRIS PINE: As part of his consistent support of Habitat for Humanity, Chris Pine has signed a Star Trek poster to be auctioned off by Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity. Check it out here.

Bid now and100% of the proceeds raised in this auction benefit Habitat for Humanity families. We hope you will support this worthy cause that is near and dear to Chris’ heart. Please participate in the auction and help Habitat for Humanity put more families into homes.

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April 17, 2009

I’ve added some shots of Chris taken by photographer Art Streiber for the May 2009 issue of Mens Health magazine which is set to hit stands April 21st!

I’ll be getting the issue as soon as I can so you can expect HQ scans shortly, but in the meantime you can check out the scans from the May ’09 issue here @ SocialiteLife though their not great quality. 🙁

Gallery Link: Photo Sessions > Art Streiber

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April 13, 2009

Chris PineOne of the hottest young actors in Hollywood right now is Chris Pine, who’ll hit theaters May 8th as the new Captain Kirk in “Star Trek.” But these days, the actor has his eye on another big-screen adaptation of a classic TV show.

“We’ve talked about it,” Pine revealed to MTV recently when we asked whether he had approached his old friend Joe Carnahan about reuniting for the upcoming “A-Team” movie. “I’d love to.”

Carnahan gave Pine his first big break as an action star with the 2006 film “Smokin’ Aces,” and now that the director has been handed the keys to the high-profile film adaptation of the Mr. T show, Pine has been reminding the filmmaker that “A-Team” was one of his favorite TV shows growing up.

“The [film] that I’ve had the most fun on was this movie called ‘Smokin’ Aces’ that Joe Carnahan directed – the guy that did ‘Narc’ and now he’s doing ‘The A-Team,’” Pine explained. “I played a neo-Nazi redneck hitman, which is about the farthest thing from me you can get. It was the most fun I had, because it was such a character.”

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March 12, 2009

By: Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 12, 2009 · Los Angeles
The Geffen Playhouse has postponed its world premiere musical Nightmare Alley and will replace it with the West Coast premiere of Beau Willimon’s political drama Farragut North, to run June 16-July 26, according to Variety.

As in New York, where it debuted, Farragut will be directed by Tony Award winner Doug Hughes and co-star Chris Noth. For this production, the leading role of press secretary Stephen Bellamy will be be played by Chris Pine. Additional casting will be announced shortly.

The play tells the story of a young press secretary who gets caught up in political double-dealings will working on a presidential campaign.

Nightmare Alley, with book, music and lyrics by Jonathan Brielle, was to be helmed by Geffen producing director Gil Cates, who made the decision to postpone the show.


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February 23, 2009

Own the Habitat for Humanity hardhat autographed by Chris Pine. Mr. Pine (Star Trek, Bottle Shock) signed the hat to support Habitat’s mission of providing safe and decent housing for all.

Proceeds from the auction benefit families served by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles through the Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity program.

Winner will receive a Certificate of Authenticity from Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity.

You can view the auction here:

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February 02, 2009

Actor has been named Male Star of Tomorrow
By Carl DiOrio
Chris Pine, star of Paramount’s upcoming “Star Trek,” will be honored as the Male Star of Tomorrow at ShoWest 2009.

Pine, whose credits include last year’s “Bottle Shock” and 2006’s “Smokin’ Aces,” will be feted at an April 2 awards gala set to close the annual exhibition confab. ShoWest opens March 20 at the Bally’s and Paris hotels in Las Vegas.

“ShoWest has a history of recognizing major talents at the very earliest points in their rising careers,” ShoWest co-managing director Mitch Neuhauser said. “Pine’s impressive skills on the screen and stage will be sure to be showcased with his performance as Captain Kirk.”

“Star Trek” unspools May 8 domestically.


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