‘Wonder Woman’ Movie: Chris Pine Cast As Steve Trevor Opposite Gal Gadot

By Anshul Hardikar | 3 years ago
‘Wonder Woman’ Movie: Chris Pine Cast As Steve Trevor Opposite Gal Gadot
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Chris Pine is reportedly in talks to play a major role in the “Wonder Woman” movie starring Gal Gadot. The movie will solely focus on the Amazonian princess after she debuts in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” next year. With Chris Pine’s addition in the movie, it will add both star value and credibility helping the movie make more bucks at the box office.

If Chris Pine comes aboard the movie, he will be playing the role of Steve Trevor, who was an Intelligence officer in the United States Army in the World War II era. His plane had crash-landed in Paradise Island, which is the home of the Amazonian princess in the comic world. He was later discovered by the Princess who nursed him to health and later fell in love with him. According to the comic series she also followed him to the outside world where she first became Wonder Woman and her colleague Diana Prince.

It was reported earlier that Scott Eastwood was cast in the role but all of those turned out to be rumors. Warner Bros. also auditioned a couple of other actors for the part but decided to pursue Chris once the actor had a meeting with them and Gal regarding his role. Reports suggest that the studio was so impressed that they decided to straight away offer the actor the role. If this report turns out to be true then this could definitely mean a bigger role for the actor in the DC Universe.

The actor also has “Star Trek 3” along with “Comancheria” and others in the pipeline that he is committed to doing.

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Anshul studied Journalism and Broadcasting before venturing out in Online Media. He likes to read, write and travel when he is not working. He has been a full-time writer for MNG since May 2015.