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Old November 19 2012, 10:40 PM   #1
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Pine: Kirk?s Journey Plus Cumberbatch

In an interview promoting Rise of the Guardians, Chris Pine, who voices Jack Frost, touched briefly on Star Trek Into Darkness. Pine talked about what Kirk would do in Star Trek Into Darkness, and he also praised Benedict Cumberbatch. It was tricky for Pine to speak at all about Star Trek into Darkness, given the [...]

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Old November 20 2012, 12:37 AM   #2
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“He is; I’m trying to figure out what I can tell you. I guess the thing that struck me is that he did this really wonderful version of Frankenstein on stage, where he incorporated a lot of control over his physicality and how he moved. He does a lot of interesting things in this film that… What can I say? The art of saying something and saying nothing. It’s like a bottom’s-up performance. He fully created a character. The most puzzling actor of all time.”


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Old November 20 2012, 02:12 AM   #3
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I think Pine's learned the fine art of babbling from J.J. He rambles on and really doesn't say anything. I realize that none of them can really talk about it at this point, so it's really better that they don't talk at all. The only one who said anything remotely coherent was Urban, and I strongly suspect that Karl was reprimanded for his verbal transgression.
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Old November 25 2012, 01:07 PM   #4
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In an interview promoting Rise of the Guardians, Chris Pine, who voices Jack Frost, touched briefly on Star Trek Into Darkness.
My heart skipped a beat today at the cinema, finally catching up with "Madagascar 3". After some ads, on came Chris Pine, talking about a film for which he was going to give a preview! Not your average trailer, but... it was for "Rise of the Guardians".

Oh well.
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I bet you were holding your breath for a bit there!
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I bet you were holding your breath for a bit there!
Only till I turned blue.


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Old November 28 2012, 06:39 PM   #7
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They are proabably tight lipped because ST won't be utopistic anymore and they don't want the fans who are into that to get angry.
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