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July 22, 2018

The team behind the upcoming “Wonder Woman 1984” took to Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday to discuss the upcoming sequel film and debut some footage for the assembled fans.

Chris Pine, director Patty Jenkins, and Gal Gadot were all present at the panel. Pine kicked it off by quashing any hopes that he’d reveal how his character could still be alive for the sequel when it had appeared in “Wonder Woman” that he’d met his death.

“It’s something I’m super excited for everybody to see,” said Jenkins. “[Chris] is a very important part of our movie.”

Vulture has a description of the footage shown in the Hall H, and you can read it below:

The latter two actors (Pine and Kristen Wiig) didn’t appear in the clip we were shown, a fun action sequence that featured Gadot’s Wonder Woman fending off gunmen in a very 80’s-looking mall food court. (If you’ve been paying attention, it’s the same one we saw a confused Pine wandering around in his first still from the film.) As she strides toward the evildoers, Wonder Woman catches the attention of a grinning little girl, and her priority immediately becomes protection. “Hold tight,” says our heroine as she picks up the girl and super-hurls her away, sliding the kid across the food-court floor. Don’t worry: The girl giggles the entire time, loving the ride, and crashes safely into some plush teddy bears.

After that, Wonder Woman focuses her attention on the bad guys and quickly disarms them, crushing their guns with her super-strength. As a final flourish, she whips out her lasso and entangles both men with it, then pulls a move straight out of Atomic Blonde by using their weight as ballast to leap off the top floor of the mall and land three stories down below. It’s a sequence with pep and pop that feels like something Lynda Carter would love, and it was followed by an unrelated shot of Wonder Woman running at super-speed through a city street, so fast that the passersby might as well be standing in place.

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Also you can watch the panel below:

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July 07, 2018

TNT saw decent success with The Alienist this past year and its returning with the same mystery-murder story, this time with material based on a true story with I Am the Night. Chris Pine is again teaming with Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins for the series.

The first trailer for the series has finally arrived, unveiling a dark noir set in the creepiest corners of Hollywood.

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The fact-based story revolves around a girl named Fauna Hodel (India Eisley) who finds out she’s adopted, then runs away from home, determined to find her birth parents. The trail leads her all the way to the sinister Dr. George Hodel, a suspect in the Black Dahlia murder (for the murderinos out there: the real-life Hodel’s son, Steve Hodel, is a Los Angeles detective who has also accused his father of possibly being the Zodiac Killer and committing numerous other murders. Very chill, nothing to see here!).

Pine plays Jay Singletary, a “former Marine-turned-hack reporter/paparazzo,” as TNT puts it, which is one hell of a character journey. He closes in on Fauna’s story, determined to find the truth at the bottom of this grim rabbit hole. This is his Nightcrawler, baby. As the trailer unfolds, it becomes clear that Fauna’s journey also ties to some dark, cult-y circles of the Eyes Wide Shut variety. So that imagery, cradled by the trailer’s rickety score, makes for delectable nightmare fuel.

The mini-series, previously named “One Day She’ll Darken” premieres in January 2019.

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June 27, 2018

Wonder Woman 1984 is still filming and we have new photos from the set! Gal Gadot, the star of the film, was seen in character, running outside of a museum in Washington, DC to attempt to hail a cab on Wednesday (June 27). Chris Pine, who plays Steve Trevor in the movie, was right behind his co-star.

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June 24, 2018

Back on June 13, Patty Jenkins shared a still on Twitter from the sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, with the slogan: “Welcome to WONDER WOMAN 1984, Steve Trevor! #WW84”, which made yours truly really excited!

The tweet came in the very day Wonder Woman 1984 started production in Washington DC, with Chris and Gal Gadot filming scenes on streets, which pics you can now find in our gallery.

There’s no plot for the film out yet, and lots of theories has surfaced (you can check some in this IGN article) but whether is the final result, it’s really good to see our blue eyes baby back!

June 24, 2018

A Wrinkle In Time was released in DVD/Blu-Ray and Digital HD from Amazon Video and iTunes back in June 5th. You can find now screen captures of Chris scenes as Dr. Alex Murry added in our gallery.


June 24, 2018

Hello! First of all, sorry for the delay on posting the most recent updates, I was without a computer but that’s fixed now. Let’s resume…

Last month Chris attended the Turner Upfronts 2018 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York. He was there to present One Day She’ll Darken, and was joined by Patty Jenkins alongside many others Turner stars.

One Day She’ll Darken, directed by Patty Jenkins, is a limited drama series starring Pine and Wonder Woman’s Connie Nielsen. Written by Sam Sheridan, One Day She’ll Darken tells the incredible story of Fauna Hodel, who was given away at birth. As Fauna begins to investigate the secrets to her past, she follows a sinister trail that swirls ever closer to an infamous Hollywood gynecologist, Dr. George Hodel, a man involved in the darkest Hollywood debauchery.

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