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Chris Pine in Talks to Star in Disney Coast Guard Drama

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"Chris Pine is in talks to star in The Finest Hours, Disney’s period coast guard drama that has Craig Gillespie, who directed the upcoming sports drama Million Dollar Arm for the studio, in talks to helm.

Pine is coming off of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and would fit Hours before the next Star Trek movie. 

Hours tells the true tale of how in 1952, a Noreaster hit the New England coast, and two oil tankers were caught in the middle. The ships split in two, casting its crews into the ferocious seas, and it was up to the valiant effort of the coast guard to attempt a rescue.”

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For whom asked, the commercial for Armani Code was held in Los Angeles and directed by Andrew Dominik.

The truth is, I’m gonna miss you.

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"You are definitely having a bit of a fashion moment lately, so it’s no wonder Giorgio Armani had snapped you up for the campaign. But why do you think you are the ideal new Giorgio God?

I hope that I’m gonna do my best… I think Armani represents simplicity, elegance, tastefulness and timelessness. For 50 years he does elegant suits, he is not a slave to fashion and I know he wanted to tell a good story with that film. I enjoyed the fact that other commercials I saw had some humour in it, took itself as seriously as a brand, but didn’t take itself too seriously at the same time and I like that.

Does being the face of Armani bring new pressures?

No, I don’t think there is any pressure. I feel really comfortable with the team behind it, they are all incredible; the director, the photographer, Mr. Armani himself… They are all fantastic and very well taking care of my face on the campaign.

It seems to be a busy year for you. You will co-star with Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp later this year in Rob Marshall’s musical ‘Into the Woods’. You are also currently shooting ‘Z for Zachariah’ in New Zealand.

Oh, New Zealand is fantastic. ‘Z for Zachariah’ is a small film but a great psychological drama, a kind of morality play. I come in late in the story and caused trouble. It was lot of fun. ‘Into the Woods’ finished last year and will come out this Christmas.

Have you ever googled yourself?

Of course I have. A frightening experience.

What’s next? Are we going to see you in more commercials in the following years?

I don’t know. But these forms are actually quite fun because they are like short films and I want to work with this group of talents again.”

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