Chris Pine discusses his recently revealed long hair and beard look while joking about starring in a Bee Gees biopic in a new interview.
Chris Pine joked in an interview about starring in the Bee Gees biopic, given his new hairstyle. The actor, 41, has an impressive filmography, but many may remember Pine fondly from his film debut playing the dashing Lord Devereaux in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement in 2004. The actor is also well known for his role as James T. Kirk in the rebooted star trek frankness, which brought the actor worldwide recognition and fame. Pine also starred as Steve Trevor opposite Gal Gadot in 2017 wonder woman and later Wonder Woman 1984, a role that cemented his mega-star status.
Pine’s career shows no signs of slowing down either. Last year, Pine wrapped filming the upcoming spy thriller All the old knives, will be streaming on Amazon Prime on April 8, 2022. The actor is also starring in the highly anticipated upcoming film don’t worry darling, a psychological thriller directed by Olivia Wilde and starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles. In 2023, audiences will see the Pine star in a fantasy film Dungeons & Dragons, based on the famous role-playing game. Recently, however, Pine made headlines when he debuted an all-new look: long, ’70s-style salt-and-pepper hair and a thick gray-tipped beard.
At the recent premiere of his new movie All the old knivesPine spoke with AND online on this new style. When asked if the change signaled an upcoming role, the actor replied coyly. In a sentence that is sure to keep curious fans on their toes, he joked that his newly found long hair was “Equal parts laziness and equal parts something I could do in the future here. Pine then rotated the conversation to remark on his new resemblance to The Allman Brothers frontman Gregg Almann. However, the actor’s hair and beard also drew comparisons to being a member of the hit pop group the Bee Gees, and Pine joked that he wouldn’t mind starring in a biopic, simply saying , “I mean, maybe? Call me. I’m here.
The Bee Gees were a famous musical group made up of three talented brothers: Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. The band’s distinctive, harmonies-rich, falsetto-adorned sound greatly influenced and ultimately embodied 1970s disco music. To this day, the Bee Gees, known for their long hair and full bears, are synonymous with that musical era. . Their single “Stayin’ Alive” and other iconic songs appearing on the film’s soundtrack Saturday night fever with John Travolta are particularly iconic examples of the band’s legacy.
However, the idea of a Bee Gees biopic isn’t just a source of interview laughs. In fact, acclaimed actor and director Kenneth Branagh has signed on to helm Paramount’s upcoming Bee Gees biopic — a project more than 10 years in the making — though a release date has yet to be announced. Barry Gibb himself, the last surviving member of the legendary band, is set to produce the film, with Steven Spielberg also funding part of the project. PineHollywood’s success and relevance, along with its new retro look, proves that, if necessary, it would convincingly honor the cultural relevance and legacy of the Bee Gees with its portrayal of one of the three members.
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Source: AND online
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