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New ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Poster Is Super Trippy, Teases New Trailer on the Way

If you ever wondered what psychedelic version of Oprah, Reese Witherspoon, and Mindy Kaling look like, check out this ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ poster.

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Chris Pine Keeps TV Career Rolling With Hulu Robert F. Kennedy Series

Hulu is headed back to the Kennedy well, and bringing (arguably) the best Chris to do it. The streaming service has tapped Bloodline alum to helm a new biographical miniseries based on Robert F. Kennedy, with Star Trek and A Wrinkle in Time star Chris Pine taking the role.

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Chris Pine and ‘Wonder Woman’ Director Patty Jenkins Set TNT Black Dahlia Series

Wonder Woman 2 may not come about until 2019, but Chris Pine is already back taking direction from Patty Jenkins. Pine will star in a new TNT limited series about the Black Dahlia murder, with Jenkins attached to direct.

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‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel May Happen During The Cold War, Bring Chris Pine Back

After the smashing success of 'Wonder Woman' at the box office, a sequel was a no-brainer. But where will the Amazonian princess find adventure next? The USSR.

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‘Wonder Woman 2’ Will Reportedly Be Set in the 1980s and May Bring Back Chris Pine

The Wonder Woman sequel train has pulled out of the station, and even with Patty Jenkins’ crossover superhero hit still playing in theaters, it’s already begun to pick up steam. Star Gal Gadot will return for the second solo project for the indestructible Amazon, they’ve landed writer Geoff Johns (who co-produced the Green Lantern movie, so, yikes) to handle the script, and while Jenkins has yet to put her Jane Hancock on the dotted line for another film, details of plot are now solidifying. For Wonder Woman, Diana battled those no-good fascists in World War I, and the sequel will reportedly plop her down in another historical era to intervene in a real-life global crisis. This time, the Rooskies will be the ones shaking in their boots.

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Be Careful Googling ‘Wonder Woman,’ Or You Might Spoil the Ending

As we noted in our review of Wonder Woman, the primary antagonist of the film, the God of War Ares, is a bit of a mystery. Early in the film, a young Diana (Gal Gadot) is taught the origin of her race of Amazons, which involves Ares slaughtering all the other Greek gods. Many years later, Diana learns of World War I from Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) and believes it’s the work of Ares. So she sets off into the outside world to find him and kill him in order to free mankind from his influence.

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Chris Pine Is Not a Fan of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and Violent Comic Book Movies

Behold Chris Pine in all his magnificent handsomeness. The strong jawline. The relaxed confidence. The way with a fedora (New Indiana Jones, anyone?) This is the Chris Pine of Wonder Woman, where he plays Steve Trevor, WWI spy and love interest of Gal Gadot’s Diana. After Trevor’s plane crashes off the coast of Diana’s island home, he becomes the first man to step foot on Themyscira. And Pine, already a star for his portrayal of Captain Kirk in the Star Trek reboot series, is terrific in the role, and great with Gadot. He turns Steve Trevor into one of the best non-super-powered characters in superhero movie history.

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‘Wonder Woman’ Review: Meet the New Champion of the DC Movie Universe

It may be the title of the movie but the words “wonder” and “woman” are ever spoken in Wonder Woman. Until an underwhelming fight between two super-beings brings the film crashing back down to earth, Wonder Woman often feels less like a superhero movie than a modern fable, about a strong but sheltered young woman who discovers the pleasures and perils of the wider world. It’s presented with strong visual style and abundant heart by Patty Jenkins, and played with oozing charisma by its two well-cast stars, Chris Pine and Gal Gadot as the (not-technically-named-) Wonder Woman.

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Warner Bros. Opens the Floodgates With 7 New ‘Wonder Woman’ Clips

We’re only two weeks away from the release of DC Films’ Wonder Woman, and by my watch, that means it’s time for Warner Bros. to open the floodgates a bit when it comes to marketing the film. And wouldn’t you know it? Right on schedule, the studio has released a whole bunch of clips from the new film. We’ve got scenes where Wonder Woman throws down against enemy soldiers, scenes where Wonder Woman struggles to understand the “modern” world, and a whole bunch of scenes where Chris Pine plays the comic relief to Gal Gadot’s straight woman. If you’ve been hoping for a closer look at the world that director Patty Jenkins has put together, here’s your chance.

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Chris Pine Hosts ‘Saturday Night Live': Watch the Clips

Watch Chris Pine make his debut as a host on 'SNL.'

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Gal Gadot Has Bulletproof Wrists in First ‘Wonder Woman’ Clip

For every superhero, there is a season — turn, turn, turn. As Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters today following months of anticipation, America now turns our gnat-like attention spans to the next big super-release. In about a month, we’ll have another cape-free caper, with Wonder Woman scheduled for June 2. And while we’ve all had time to gape at the trailers and posters and Instagram posts from those on set, we still have yet to actually glimpse any in-context footage. Until now, that is!

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Chris Pine, Kate McKinnon Celebrate ‘SNL’ Return With Trippy New Promo

SNL Season 42 was looking a bit touch-and-go with the looming Writers’ Strike, but thankfully, Jimmy Fallon won’t be the last of this season’s Not-Ready-For-Primetime-But-Technically-Primetime-in-LA players. Here’s May host Chris Pine and Kate McKinnon playing camera tricks to celebrate.

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