And lead stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine cheekily spoke about their on-screen chemistry during an interview with The Project on Wednesday.
Giggling and locking eyes with one another, they insisted it was all show, adding: 'I guess we're good actors.'The actress joked with Chris, saying: 'I guess we're good actors because you know, this thing is not really working!
That was enough to convince “GQ” to name him one of their cover-worthy men of the year.
While he managed to successfully buddy up with Denzel Washington in the 2010 action thriller “Unstoppable,” he fared less well as the fourth actor to tackle the role of Tom Clancey’s spy guy in “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.” And his track record with romantic comedy (2012 bomb “This Means War” with Reese Witherspoon) and family melodramas (2012’s “People Like Us” with Elizabeth Banks) is decidedly spotty.
And “Stretch,” a dark action thriller starring Patrick Wilson as a limo drive and an uncredited Pine, was denied a spring theatrical release by Universal and instead went to i Tunes and before heading to VOD last month, even though what few reviews it drew were mainly positive. A.-born son of acting parents earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of California in Berkeley and studied at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
But Pratt, 35, and Pine, 34, currently find themselves at distinctly different crossroads in their careers at the moment. — an awesome 2014, having headlined the year’s top-grossing movie thus far as Star-Lord aka Peter Quill, the human-alien hybrid with plenty of Han Solo swagger who leads a band of misfit superheroes in “Guardians.” He also is part of the No.
3 box-office hit of the year, “The Lego Movie,” as the voice of animated Every-guy Emmet.