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Old 02-03-2009, 09:00 AM
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And I have no doubt that you have beautiful eyes, and what son doesn't want anything his mother gave him?

I have to concur there. I have my mom's eyes...been quite happy with them.
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Screw Bale the whining twit...I vote we al take him out back and let the film crew hose him down with a fire hose...that should put out the hothead!
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Old 02-03-2009, 09:09 AM
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I have my own eyes and I like them.
Perhaps viewers will not want to see T4 anymore and go see Trek?
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To be honest, I doubt the tirade will have any impact on T4 at all. Anyone who is turned off by Bale's temper (demonstrated previously around the time of THE DARK KNIGHT's release) was already likely not to buy a ticket to TERMINATOR. TDK's numbers didn't suffer, did they?

I also doubt the majority of moviegoers make their ticket-buying decisions based on star personalities, but rather the movie they want to see or not see.

I can see enough that had cameras recorded anyone's outburst and broadcast it out of context, many of us would also have a good chance of looking just as asinine. We all have our issues. No excuse, just an observance.

Back to Pine: I'm wondering what clips ShoWest will get to play for his work as Kirk?
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And I have no doubt that you have beautiful eyes, and what son doesn't want anything his mother gave him?
That's so sweet. I hope he feel that way.
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http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...ryId=3590&cs=1


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He was also offered a role in [...] "White Jazz" at the same time "Trek" came his way. "It was not a no-brainer," he says. "This wild, sociopathic, obsessive-compulsive, latently homosexual, angry young man sounded like a blast. It was just a fun-fun-fun character role. Then I had Jim Kirk, more of the Harrison Ford versus the Gary Oldman role. My natural inclination is to do the character piece."
It was his sister who "turned the tables" when she asked, "Is there a way to look at it that Kirk is the more challenging role?"
That made Pine, [...] think again about taking the "Star Trek" job. He cites "that adage of whatever scares you more is the right choice" as what helped him make up his mind. "It's easier to put on a ton of makeup and strange clothes; you're hiding yourself. (Instead) it's me as James Kirk. In order for James Kirk to sell, I have to sell me."
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"This wild, sociopathic, obsessive-compulsive, latently homosexual, angry young man ..."

Actually, doesn't that sound a bit like Kirk, too?
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"This wild, sociopathic, obsessive-compulsive, latently homosexual, angry young man ..."

Actually, doesn't that sound a bit like Kirk, too?
No. Sociopaths wouldn't save the galaxy.
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No. Sociopaths wouldn't save the galaxy.
Oh, that's right.
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There is a bit of gossip about one of Star Trek's competitors: Terminator. Youtube has a clip of an audio file of Christian Bale behaving horribly towards one of the crew. It was awful and it went on and on.
If you don't mind my asking, what does this have to do with the fact that Chris just got named "Male Star of Tomorrow"?! Not to mention that it's already old news. By the time Terminator comes out, most people will have forgotten about that outburst. Just like people eventually forgot about Russell Crowe throwing a phone at a hotel employee a few years ago. Did it hurt his career? Not really.
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