Posing on the red carpet is, in essence, a rather static act. If you move around too much while all those cameras are clicking, you run the risk of being woken up by a juicy Getty Images folder filled with unflattering snapshots the next day. But if you’re a seasoned Hollywood pro, such as Brad Pitt or Chris Pine, you’ve probably had the same rigid routine. Perhaps, after all this time, it is time to bring up the proverbial quote.
Pitt and Pine seem to be in what I can only call silly mood lately when promoting their new projects. Pitt, whose latest leap somehow eclipsed his body language during his European stay High speed train press tour, seems to have found new joy in high kicks and rough play while posing alongside his co-stars. On Thursday, Pine — who stars in the upcoming D&D adventure film Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves– appeared on stage at Comic-Con in San Diego as his duke, being mean and kicking his bespectacled feet in the air. Who says the only action movie is on the big screen?
In both cases, the tenacious dynamism of the leading men inspired courage in the hammy among their peers, including Pitt’s. High speed train Actor Joey King and director David Leitch, and Pine’s Honesty among lies Actress Michelle Rodriguez. I guess this also makes sense because what else do you have to do if your famous co-worker starts playing around?
Sure, we’re in GQ would be the first to acknowledge the allure of a good kick — the mid-2010s were a very special time for men’s magazines — but there’s something disconcerting about the fact that some Our most stable leading men let loose while fulfilling their professional obligations. So are Pitt and Pine, both of whom have reshaped their public personalities through their costumes, while really leaning toward the distinctive hotness that Hollywood reserved for men in their 40s and 50s. Or maybe it’s just that, in the end, the actors are simply grown-up drama kids — they’ve done this proverbial song and danced it many times.
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