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"From the studio known for confusing length with depth, complexity with intelligence, and self-absorbed downers with heroism, the DCEU pulls off its biggest success by ... not doing those things."Read More
Chris Pine will play a disgraced reporter in One Day She’ll Darken which tells the story of Fauna Hodel.Read More
I regret nothing.
From time to time, we here at The Mary Sue have Slack conversations that spin off wildly into "Are We Just Writing Fanfic Now" territory. Submitted for your approval, here is a fanfic that grew out of the above image that quickly spiraled out of control and crash landed in ... the TMS Slack Zone.Read More
The EW images show director Ava DuVernay with Storm Reid who plays Meg, the protagonist "who’s whisked on a cosmic adventure to find her missing scientist father (Chris Pine)."Read More
Let's talk about how the DCEU could conceivably reunite Diana Prince and Steve Trevor in future installations and cause me immense pain.Read More
Canuck will cut you if you cross him.
TWS: Canuck the Crow Is the Most Badass Bird AroundRead More
As female-led as this film was, and as important as the variations on femininity it portrayed were to it, the thing that firmly locked its message in place was Steve Trevor. **SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE FILM**Read More
Pine's contestant makes multiple attempts to woo the beautiful bachelorette with classic likes like "I have said the word, but only when I sing along to rap music. Now, are they raps I write myself? Yes. Do I feel cool when I say it? Absolutely.”Read More
Chris Pine does a great William Shatner, tho.
Chris Pine had some great moments during his recent stint hosting Saturday Night Live. There was, of course, that Handmaid's Tale sketch that deftly addressed the issue of male privilege, and there was the Star Trek parody above, which shows us a "lost" episode of TOS with Pine doing a killer Shatner impression. However, the sketch also highlighted a huge issue with SNL itself. Where the hell are the Asian cast members, and who was that dude playing Sulu?Read More
We've been talking a lot about Wonder Woman in the lead-up to her first-ever live-action feature film, which comes out in less than a month. While the marketing for Wonder Woman has been a mixed bag (and hasn't featured much of Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, because she's just given birth to her second child and is spending time with her family right now), there's one thing on which I think we can all agree. The final trailer is awesome as hell! Check it out after the jump!Read More
Chris Pine devoted his opening monologue to the overwhelming Chris-ness of mainstream superhero movies, attempting to differentiate himself from the other white dudes he's confused with.Read More
Chris Pine brought the first full clip from Wonder Woman with him to The Tonight Show, wherein we get to see our favorite Amazon princess taking on a gaggle of men with guns.Read More
Chris Pine and the Hell or High Water Crew Are Reuniting for a Netflix Movie Not About Blue Collar Americans
Sorry, Chris Pratt.
Remember Hell or High Water? That quiet little film about the sort of blue collar dudes Chris Pratt thinks are underrepresented in Hollywood?Read More
She's beauty, she's grace, she'll punch you in the face.
An official Wonder Woman trailer has arrived, and let me tell ya: it's pretty darn exciting.Read More
“... if you’re from Australia, why are you white?”
Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Chris Pine, and Chris Evans. Which of the four Chrises would we choose as our BFF and/or BF? Far more importantly, if these four Chrises appeared in a Mean Girls reboot, which role would each Chris play???Read More
A Wrinkle in Time already gave you reason to watch when it was announced that Ava DuVernay had signed on to direct. Now, it looks like Beyond the Lights and Belle star Gugu Mbatha-Raw has hopped on board, making it that much more imperative that you see this film in theaters.Read More
It's nice to know that, even though someone's your boss, they respect your boundaries and are encouraging when it comes to your dating life. Star Trek Beyond isn't coming to Blu-ray until November 1st, but a deleted scene has been released that shows that James Kirk is your bud first, your Captain second.Read More
Chris Pine and Imogen Poots appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden where Corden decided to put all of Pine's bad habits and awkwardness on full blast for the world to see.Read More
But how will that work, exactly?
Since this set of Star Trek movies differentiated itself from the past series from the very beginning by defining its own universe (dubbed the "Kelvin" timeline), it shouldn't be any surprise that they're going to be playing by their own rules--and that, apparently, includes bringing back characters long since believed to be dead.Read More
In a new featurette for Star Trek Beyond, Idris Elba, Simon Pegg, Justin Lin, and Chris Pine talk about Elba's never-before-seen character Krall, "the Federation's most deadly new enemy."Read More