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“I think there is a growing homogenization of what masculinity means,” he says. (Indoors, they are a speech-stoppingly bright blue, a shade so intense I’d assumed they only looked that way onscreen because of some post-production magic.) Somehow he doesn’t draw any undue attention sitting smack in the middle of a Sunset Boulevard sidewalk with his iced coffee and chicken sandwich.
Asked by Pine’s reps a week earlier for a brief outline of the focus for this piece, I’d fired off a vague, pretentious email about how leading men in movies seem ripe for reinterpretation -- especially, say, the kind of characters Pine plays, like ’s Captain Kirk or, coming later this year, Tom Clancy’s CIA hero Jack Ryan. Maybe it’s because we’re slightly off the city’s center aisle at Intelligentsia, a low-key neighborhood staple in Silver Lake, and he’s dressed more like the well-maintained bro next door than a guy who will star in not one but two massive franchise films in 2013.
He had a clean record, and the judge said that "the incident was out of character." During the 2016 presidential campaign, Pine along with fellow Star Trek coworkers J. Abrams, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, George Takei, Justin Lin, Bryan Fuller, and Adam Nimoy, endorsed a movement called Trek Against Trump. On November 1, 2016, Pine, along with director Joss Whedon, released a video urging people to vote in the upcoming elections.
Or maybe it’s because he doesn’t want to preen for a celebrity puff piece.
“You take someone like a Bruce Willis or a Charles Bronson -- the definition of masculinity there becomes about the ability to inflict violence, take revenge, take what’s yours,” he says.
“I’m thinking in my mind about Clint Eastwood squinting with the gun in ].
He carries too much mirth to be stone-cold cruel, too much charisma for the brute force Hardy displays, for example, in .
Branagh cites another blue-eyed antecedent: “It goes back to someone like Paul Newman,” he says.
Alexander Murry in A Wrinkle in Time (2018), and Robert the Bruce in Outlaw King (2018).