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September 07, 2018

The second day of TIFF was very busy for Chris, with several interviews to promote Outlaw King. We have added high quality images from some appearances, including a press conference held at TIFF Bell Lightbox.

September 07, 2018

Empire magazine has released a brand new image of Chris as Robert Bruce in Outlaw King, to be found in the current Ultimate Autumn Preview issue, on shelves now and available online.

Robert famously fought against England for Scottish independence, becoming King of Scotland in the early 1300s. Rather than take on a huge sweep of Robert’s life, Mackenzie’s film will focus on one year, leading up to the Battle of Loudoun Hill in 1307. “I’ve always thought of Robert The Bruce’s story as being heroic, although he’s a flawed hero,” Mackenzie told Empire in the October 2018 issue. “He was the second-biggest landowner in Scotland, but he gave up everything to set his country free.

Check the image in our gallery, alongside new ones released by Netflix in high quality. The film will arrive on Netflix on 9 November.

September 06, 2018

TIFF kicked off today its 2018 festival with the premiere of Outlaw King. Chris attended the premiere alongside Billy Howle, Danny McGrath, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Gillian Berrie, and Tony Curran.

While on red carpet he spoke to Variety about his Star Trek status, which you can watch below:

“I don’t know, man.” Pine explained. “I’d love to be involved, and we’ll see what happens. I’ll await the phone call. Until then, I look forward to it.”

The arrivals, as usual, was also streamed via Youtube and you can watch it below (pointed to start when Chris arrived at 19 minutes mark).

Check our gallery for the first batch of images from the red carpet.

August 20, 2018

Netflix released earlier today the first trailer for The Outlaw King. The movie, slated to debut in select theaters and on the streaming platform on November 9, reunites the director with his “Water” star Chris Pine for a much different story. Pine stars as Robert the Bruce, the King of Scots who hopes to get back control of his country after the King of England declares that he is an outlaw after stirring the country to civil war.

EW had its first look on the fall movie preview issue, which you can find in our gallery as well. Outlaw King will premiere on TIFF festival next month.

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August 20, 2018

THR – Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth are no longer boldly going where no person has gone before.

The two actors were in negotiations to star in Star Trek 4, but sources say that talks between the two actors and the companies making the new installment, Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media, have fallen apart, with both sides walking away from the table.

Dealmaking with other returning castmembers — including Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg and John Cho — was expected to follow.

Pine was due to reprise his role as iconic sci-fi hero Captain Kirk, which he has inhabited for three movies, while Hemsworth was to have played his father in a time-traveling adventure. (Hemsworth played the role in the prologue of the 2009 film that rebooted the franchise.)

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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.

Check the pictures added in our gallery:

Also you can watch the panel below: