As reported earlier this week, Chris Pine took some time away from Star Trek production and popped over the pond to London to attend the premiere of his new action-comedy This Means War. While there he spoke briefly about how the Trek shoot is going, and how the the new and returning members of the cast are getting along?
Pine talks Star Trek shoot
At Monday’s London premier of his new action comedy This Means War, Chris Pine talked about how things were going with the Star Trek sequel, which has been shooting since mid January. Here is what Radio Times reports from the premier:
[Chris Pine] revealed that filming so far has been "fantastic", and that his new co-stars are fitting in well.
Pine commented: "They’re getting on great. We have a really good, warm, inclusive group from the first one and I think everybody’s kind of getting the hang of things and fitting in quite nicely."
Not much news, but what do you expect with the traditional veil of secrecy over a JJ Abrams project.
Of course the UK’s Radio Times is interested in Pine’s thoughts on his new co-stars, since most of them are Brits. The new movie’s cast includes the UK’s Benedict Cumberbatch, Noel Clark, Alice Eve, and Joseph Gatt. The only non-Brit announced for a role so far is Peter Weller.
Chris Pine at "The Means War" Premiere in London on Monday – check out those Kirk Starfleet sideburns