Pining for stardom
Chris Pine may look like just another pretty-boy Hollywood star, but his strong opinions and well-regarded performances could prove that he’s not just another pin-up
Tall, with light stubble, artfully dishevelled dirty blonde hair and dressed in a bicep-hugging top and jeans that look like they cost a month’s rent; Chris Pine looks impossibly perfect – in that homogenised Hollywood hero sort of way.
Noting that he’s commonly mistaken for Bradley Cooper, Chris Evans and Ryan Reynolds, Pine hits on something that goes beyond the ubiquity of pretty-boy blue eyes: the difference between a popular actor and a...
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