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October 28, 2010

LOS ANGELES — Tony Scott’s upcoming thriller “Unstoppable” tells the true story of two railway workers who selflessly and heroically set out to stop a runaway train loaded with explosive chemicals from crashing into a small town. Given the inspiring feats of the film’s protagonists and real-life heroes, when MTV News caught up with Scott and stars Denzel Washington and Chris Pine at the movie’s premiere, we asked them to share their own heroic feats. What we expected were tales of bravery, action, possibly even romance; what we got was a little of that, plus a surprising encounter with some menacing breakfast food.

“Getting on the top of that train, that was very heroic on my part,” said Washington, who performed many of his own stunts in the film, including a dazzling, dangerous run atop the train cars. “I did not want to do that.”

“My most heroic effort? Making movies,” director Scott offered. “There’s nothing as scary as shooting a major movie. It’s scary — creatively scary — because you’re scared of creative failure, so I wake up, bolt upright every morning at 2:30, and that’s what excites me. I’m lucky.”

It’s hard to argue with those efforts. But Chris Pine’s sordid tale might be the juiciest. Literally.

“I once saved a breakfast burrito from crashing and disintegrating. On myself,” Pine boldly revealed. “I got a stain on my pants. I couldn’t wear the pants anymore. The definition of selfless,” he joked.

“Suffice it to say, I’ve not done anything in my life that even approaches what the two gentlemen whom Denzel and I portray in this film did.”

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October 27, 2010

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Oscar winner Denzel Washington joined his co-stars Rosario Dawson and Chris Pine as they premiered their new film, ‘Unstoppable,’ in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.

‘Unstoppable’ finds Denzel and Chris as railroad employees who are tasked with trying to stop a runaway train laden with combustible liquids and poisonous gas from destroying a city. Rosario plays a train dispatcher in the action film.

“If you’re going to be the only woman in a movie, you might as well be the boss,” Rosario told ET.

Chris revealed a little of what audiences can expect with the new film, saying, “It’s a complete, 100 percent Tony Scott action film.”

Denzel hit the red carpet with his wife Pauletta and had good things to say about his young co-star: “This kid can act. He’s very, very good,” said the actor.

We asked the esteemed thespian to give his thoughts on the level of privacy that celebrities are entitled to, but Denzel revealed that he does not consider himself to be a celebrity: “Celebrity is a widely used term now,” Denzel said. “I’m just an actor that people like.”

The film hits theaters on November 12.

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October 26, 2010

I’ve added an additional 9MQ photos of Chris from the ‘Unstoppable’ press conference held at The Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, California on October 23rd.

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October 25, 2010

I’ve added 10 high quality photos of Chris from the ‘Unstoppable’ Photo Call which was held October 23rd in Los Angeles, California. 🙂

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