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Heroes in today’s films all look the same, Pine argues, ticking off a list: “Bare chested. The California sun glints off his golden-brown shoulders, and, when he lifts his sunglasses, his eyes are most definitely blue. Today, sitting outside a small coffee shop in Los Angeles, he’s wearing a baseball hat, sneakers, slim-fit cargo pants, and a tight white tank top.Even my friends used to make fun of the way I walked.I was walking in this rigid way, and it had a lot to do with having been an insecure kid trying to move protectively. It's because of Mark's process." Whatever the process — it also included swinging kettlebells and Clubbells — like the one he's holding in the pic — it's preparing Pine for what will be one of the biggest twelve month stretches of his life.In fact, Pine was pretty open about how he got ready for his work, noting it didn't happen for him like it did Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth, two other superhero film stars that he references directly: "Before this I was doing pretty traditional weightlifting.With this workout, all of a sudden you start to float more.“Trying to think of new ways to talk about myself is always… He’d rather wax poetic about masculinity -- and he will, at length. “I don’t even know where to begin.” *** Pine reminds me that there’s something people always say about a guy like him: “The big joke is, what are you going to do with an English major?” He’s not kidding -- he earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley’s top-notch English department in 2002 -- but even without the pedigree, it’s obvious this guy is smart. Not just wisecracking late-night talk-show smart or charming, control-the-narrative-of-your-own-cover-story smart.
“I think there is a growing homogenization of what masculinity means,” he says. (Indoors, they are a speech-stoppingly bright blue, a shade so intense I’d assumed they only looked that way onscreen because of some post-production magic.) Somehow he doesn’t draw any undue attention sitting smack in the middle of a Sunset Boulevard sidewalk with his iced coffee and chicken sandwich.Asked by Pine’s reps a week earlier for a brief outline of the focus for this piece, I’d fired off a vague, pretentious email about how leading men in movies seem ripe for reinterpretation -- especially, say, the kind of characters Pine plays, like ’s Captain Kirk or, coming later this year, Tom Clancy’s CIA hero Jack Ryan. Maybe it’s because we’re slightly off the city’s center aisle at Intelligentsia, a low-key neighborhood staple in Silver Lake, and he’s dressed more like the well-maintained bro next door than a guy who will star in not one but two massive franchise films in 2013.