Chris Pine's Early Career Is a Lesson In Terrible Haircuts
Meanwhile, The Great Gatsby ($23 million/$90 million cumulative) and Iron Man III ($35 million, $337 million cumulative) continue to perform well, especially where you factor in International grosses, where Iron Man III has already crossed the $1 billion mark. Nothing else is really even a box-office factor.
But back to Star Trek and its Captain Kirk, Chris Pine. In addition to being the son of actor Robert Pine, Chris has been around for about a decade now, and a look back at his earlier work suggests that his previous movie and television appearances did not come with a hairdresser.
His television debut, on "E.R."
On "C.S.I. Miami"
On The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
On "Six Feet Under"
Just My Luck, a Reverse Pygmaillion starring Lindsay Lohan
On Surrender, Dorothy where he played Tom Everett Scott's Gay Lover