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‘Jack Ryan’ Second Look: Chris Pine, Kevin Costner and a Helicopter

Second Look at Jack Ryan
Paramount

Yesterday, we got our first look at Chris Pine in the currently shooting 'Jack Ryan.' Jaws dropped around the internet as we learned that Chris Pine will look very much like Chris Pine (on a motorcycle) in the role. It was a slightly underwhelming reveal, but hey, you've got to start somewhere with this whole publicity thing. Today brings us another image from the set and while it doesn't offer too much more, it does offer Kevin Costner, which is enough, really.

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‘Jack Ryan’ First Look: Chris Pine Rides a Ducati

Paramount Pictures
Paramount Pictures

Chris Pine is in the process of rebooting his second high-profile character for Paramount Pictures, and 2013 is most likely the year he becomes a household name. We'll see him reprise the role of Captain Kirk in J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek 2' in May, while next winter brings us Pine take on Jack Ryan in, well, ' Jack Ryan.' If you were wondering what the latter character will look like, today's your lucky day, as the first image of Pine-as-Ryan has been revealed.

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Jack Ryan Movie Dated for Christmas 2013

Kenneth Branagh, Keira Knightley, Chris Pine
Getty Images

This Jack Ryan movie keeps moving forward, and now that it's filled the major pieces of casting, it just got a release date of December 25, 2013. So families tired of the holiday can sneak out and watch Chris Pine kill some Russians.

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‘Jack Ryan’ Picks Keira Knightley as Female Lead

Garreth Cattermole, Getty Images
Garreth Cattermole, Getty Images

Kenneth Branagh's upcoming 'Jack Ryan' film starring Chris Pine officially has a female lead in British actress Keira Knightley, who won the part over other prospective actresses like 'Lost''s Evangeline Lilly and 'Like Crazy''s Felicity Jones.

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Jack Ryan Reboot Director Could Also Be the Movie’s Villain

Marvel
Marvel

Kenneth Branagh could be a busy man in the coming months. The highly regarded actor and director of 'Thor' might be working two shifts in his new gig -- not just as a director, but also as a star.

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‘People Like Us’ Review

People Like Us
Touchstone Pictures

I don't watch many movies like 'People Like Us.' Weepies, they call 'em. (Okay, they called 'em that in 1940.) (Okay, they called 'em that in 1940 in my mind.) Weepies are basically little bits of soap opera – some family struggle which culminates in tears, hugs and a big fat life lesson. Sometimes we get lucky and they explode with insight and good writing (I mean, what's 'Hannah and Her Sisters' if not soap opera?) and break out of their Lifetime Network ghetto.

'People Like Us' doesn't quite do that, but the card up its sleeve is an extremely likable cast of solid actors who photograph really well. Even though everyone on screen is supposed to be at their emotional breaking points, the movie still deals in wish fulfillment to see how beautiful people cope with (and resolve) sexier problems than we'll ever have.

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Scarlett Johansson to Star in Broadway Revival of ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’

scarlett-johansson
Jason Merritt, Getty Images

One of the late, great Elizabeth Taylor's most memorable film roles was that of the sexually-frustrated Maggie in Tennessee Williams' 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.'

Now the 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning play on which the movie was based is getting (yet another) Broadway revival, and Scarlett Johansson has reportedly been tapped to star.

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‘People Like Us’ Trailer Sells Chris Pine Family Drama

People Like Us
DreamWorks Pictures

People Like Us' is summer counter-programming, though it has a big-budget summer cast that includes Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jon Favreau. If that's surprising for what looks like a small emotional movie, it's directed by Alex Kurtzman - who wrote the script with writing partner Roberto Orci. And that may be the explanation to the cast: he's worked with most of them before. Check out the trailer...

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Kenneth Branagh to Direct Chris Pine in Jack Ryan Reboot

Kenneth Branagh on the set of 'Thor'
Paramount Pictures

After director Jack Bender left the project to pursue more television, it looked like Paramount's Chris Pine-starring reboot of the Jack Ryan franchise (with the character previously played Harrison Ford in 'Clear and Present Danger', Alec Baldwin in 'The Hunt for Red October' and Ben Affleck in 'The Sum of All Fears) was on the ropes. Not so, as Kenneth Branagh is now in talks to helm the as yet untitled Ryan adventure, with a script being currently reworked by David Koepp ('Jurassic Park', 'Carlito's Way')

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Chris Pine’s Jack Ryan Reboot Loses Director

Chris Pine in Star Trek
Paramount Pictures

Paramount was hot to trot with Chris Pine post-'Star Trek.' Shortly after that film opened big, he was attached to be the next Jack Ryan as part of the Tom Clancy franchise that has currently spawned four entries and had three previous Ryans. But now the project is in major jeopardy.

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