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And then there was a man. Variety is reporting that the DC Comics take on Wonder Woman has cast the first male in the movie. Chris Pine will co-star with Gal Gadot, who is playing Wonder Woman, in the movie being directed by Patty Jenkins later this year. Pine will co-star as the love interest Steve Trevor in the origin story of the Amazonian warrior turned superhero. Variety also mentions that Scott Eastwood was rumored to be a top contender for the role, but in the end it went to Pine, who won over the WB execs. The actor is currently filming the thriller Comancheria and will start on Star Trek 3 right after, then this movie. With Patty Jenkins (director of Monster) in place, Wonder Woman should still be on track to meet the previously set June 23rd, 2017 release date. As we previously noted, Gal Gadot is still starring »
- Alex Billington
It looks like Chris Pine is gearing up to join the world of comic book films as a new report has surfaced saying that he's in talks to join up on Wonder Woman to play the part of Steve Trevor. Come inside to learn more!
Gal Gadot's upcoming Wonder Woman film recently found itself a new director and is still on track to shoot later this year for a June 23, 2017 release date, and it's looking like WB is ready to try and fill out the rest of the cast. Variety is reporting that Star Trek star Chris Pine is in talks to join the film as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman's love interest, Steve Trevor:
"Sources tell Variety the “Star Trek” actor is in negotiations to join Gal Gadot in the upcoming superhero pic for Warner Bros. Pine would play Gadot’s love interest Steve Trevor in the origin story. »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
Not too long ago there was a rumor going around that Chris Pine was up for the role of Hal Jordan, aka the Green Lantern, in the new DC Comics cinematic universe. Hopefully you didn't get too attached to that idea, though, as it seems like there's no way that will happen considering Warner Bros. has reportedly entered negotiations with the Star Trek actor for the male lead in Wonder Woman, currently set to hit theaters on June 23, 2017. According to Variety, Pine is being offered the...
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Variety is reporting that "Star Trek" actor Chris Pine is in negotiation to play Steve Trevor, the love interest in the upcoming "Wonder Woman" movie, which already has Gal Gadot playing the lead. In the comics, Steve Trevor was an intelligence officer in the United States Army during World War II whose plane crashed on Paradise Island, the isolated homeland of the Amazons. He was nursed back to health by the Amazon princess Diana, who fell in love with him and followed him when he returned to the outside world. There she became Wonder Woman (and also his co-worker, Diana Prince). At one point, Scott Eastwood was given the choice to play Steve Trevor in "Wonder Woman" or to join "Suicide Squad." Eastwood chose "Suicide Squad." "Wonder Woman" is set to hit theaters on June 23rd, 2017. »
In the comic books, Steve Trevor is a military intelligence officer who crashes on Paradise Island, where Diana and her fellow Amazonians live. Diana falls for Steve and follows him back to the real world, where she becomes Wonder Woman.
Pine is already part of one successful franchise in the "Star Trek" films, but this is the first time he's been in a superhero movie. He's set to star in "Star Trek 3," as well, and he'll have to juggle filming that with "Wonder Woman," which is »
- Kelly Woo
It seems that Warner Bros. are moving positively forward with their next DC comic-book movie adaptation. Following the positive buzz we’re hearing about the in-production Suicide Squad, and the anticipation for next year’s massive Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, casting is progressing on the stand alone Wonder Woman movie which will be led by Gal Gadot, who will make a brief appearance in Batman V Supes.
It seems that Captain Kirk himself, Chris Pine, is in talks to star opposite Gadot in the movie as the male lead, and love interest to Wonder Woman/ Diana Prince, Steve Trevor. In the comic books Steve Trevor is a WWII fighter pilot who crash lands on Prince’s island where she nurses him back to health. Once he has recovered, she follows him to civilisation where she becomes Wonder Woman, with Trevor having no idea as to the existence of her alter ego. »
- Paul Heath
Back in April, word arrived that Scott Eastwood was joining Suicide Squad, and the chatter then pointed to him playing key Wonder Woman character Steve Trevor. Now comes Variety to clear all that up, with news that the man most likely to take the role is Star Trek’s Chris Pine.The once and future (and alternate universe) Captain Kirk is reportedly in negotiations to join the stand-alone Wonder Woman film that Warner Bros. has in development for 2017 starring Gal Gadot. Trevor, in case you don’t know his comic book history with the lasso-happy Amazon, was an intelligence officer in the Us Army during World War II whose plane crashed on Paradise Island. There, he was nursed back to health by princess Diana, and love blossomed between the two. Diana returned to his more mortal existence with him, taking on the mantle of Wonder Woman and her everyday alter ego, »
Pine is reportedly in negotiations to join Patty Jenkins' movie of Wonder Woman, which is set to star Gal Gadot in the title role. Pine is being sought to play Steve Trevor, her romantic interest and co-star in the movie.
Scott Eastwood, adds Variety, was reportedly given the chance to test for the role as well, but he chose to take on a part in David Ayer's Suicide Squad film instead. Several other actors were reportedly in contention, but Warner Bros became keen to land a higher profile name. Chris Pine fitted the bill.
Warner Bros, as you might expect, »
So much for the rumors that Pine will be the next Green Lantern.
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Chris Pine is in talks for a lead part in Wonder Woman, Variety reports. He would play the heroine's favorite guy with two first names, Steve Trevor, alongside Gal Gadot. In the source material, Steve was portrayed as a U.S. Army officer who got kidnapped all the time and kind of pined (sorry, Chris) fell for Wonder Woman (but in very noncommittal fashion). Scott Eastwood was also reportedly interested in the part but has opted to take a guaranteed supporting role in Suicide Squad instead. Patty Jenkins is set to direct Wonder Woman, and the movie — with or without Pine, but hopefully with, for the sake of bad marketing puns — is due out June 23, 2017. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Not too long ago there was a rumor going around that Chris Pine was up for the role of Hal Jordan, Aka the Green Lantern, in the new DC Comics cinematic universe. Hopefully you didn't get too attached to that idea, though, as it seems like there's no way that will happen considering Warner Bros. has reportedly entered negotiations with the Star Trek actor for the male lead in Wonder Woman. According to Variety, Pine is being offered the role of Wonder Woman's love interest, Steve Trevor. In the comics Trevor is an American soldier whose plane crashes on Wonder Woman's island during World War II, but we actually don't know yet if the movie version is going to be a WWII period piece or not. All we do know for sure is that Patty Jenkins is directing, Gal...
- Peter Hall
Taking focus off Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad for moment, there is movement on another of Warner Bros.’ Dc Comics movies, with Variety reporting that Chris Pine is in talks to join the cast of Wonder Woman, as Steve Trevor, love interest to Gal Gadot’s title character. the character of Trevor, a U.S. soldier who is Wonder woman’s first contact with the outside world after years of being raised on the island of Themiscyra, was previously thought to be in the hands of Scott Eastwood, appearing in Suicide Squad, but it looks like he will be playing a different role now. There is now word yet on whether Pine is close to signing on the dotted line. Wonder Woman is set for release June 23rd 2017. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
Who better to romance Wonder Woman than Captain Kirk? The Wrap reports that Chris Pine is in talks to play the love interest for Gal Gadot in Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman. With the film slated to begin production later this year, the film needs to pull together the primary cast. Pine's casting would provide a big name to help carry the film. While most of the news surrounding... Read More »
- Alex Maidy
Is Chris Pine set to appear in his first superhero film? The 34-year-old Star Trek actor is in negotiations about starring in Wonder Woman alongside main star and Israeli Fast & Furious actress Gal Gadot, 30, a source told E! News on Wednesday. According to The Hollywood Reporter and Variety, he is being eyed for the role of Steve Trevor, the love interest of Wonder Woman, aka Amazon princess and warrior Diana Prince. Pine and Wonder Woman's production company and studio, Warner Bros Pictures, have not commented. Pine is best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the Star Trek reboot films and has also starred in Into the »
Pine is in talks to play Steve Trevor opposite Gal Gadot in the 2017 movie from DC's expanded film universe, according to Variety.
Steve Trevor is a dashing intelligence agent who has long been a love interest for the Amazonian warrior Diana Prince in DC's range of comics.
Pine - who plays Captain James Tiberius Kirk in the Star Trek films - apparently emerged as the favourite to play Trevor after impressing Warner Bros and his potential co-star Gadot in a recent meeting.
Variety is reporting Chris Pine (Star Trek) is in negotiations to join the cast of Wonder Woman, playing the role of Wonder Woman's love interest, Steve Trevor. Still early in the development cycle, Wonder Woman has experienced its fair share of adversity. Recently, Warner Bros. had to hire a new director, Patty Jenkins (Monster), to take over for Michelle MacLaren (Game of Thrones) after rumored behind the scenes difficulty. There have also been numerous reports over the studios indecision over what script to go with after hiring multiple writers to work on scripts. None of this takes into account the many years of passing on scripts from the likes of Joss Whedon and the failed TV pilot from 2011. Now with the news of Chris Pine joining Gal Gadot, as Wonder Woman, in the cast, I am beginning to worry for this film even more. Pine is a fine actor, »
- Charles Dean
Chris Pine is bucking the trend of 30something white guys named Chris starring in Marvel movies. Instead, he’s in talks to join a DC film. Specifically, Pine is looking to join Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman, in which he would play Steve Trevor. More details on the Chris Pine Wonder Woman casting after the jump. […]
- Angie Han
It looks like Wonder Woman is starting to build out its cast. Gal Gadot is set to play the Amazonian warrior, and now Variety reports that Chris Pine is in talks to play love interest, Steve Trevor. For those who are unfamiliar with the comics, Trevor occupies a unique place not just in terms of his relationship with Wonder Woman, but also her origin story. In the original Wonder Woman comics, Trevor is an intelligence officer who crashes on the Amazonian homeland of Paradise Island. Princess Diana/Wonder Woman rescues him and she eventually follows him back to America under the alter-ego, Diana Prince. Wonder Woman’s creator William Moulton Marston designed the character to be strong and independent, but her origin story is linked to her love interest. It's a trickly balancing act between setting up a woman who doesn't need to rely on a man, »
- Matt Goldberg
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