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“You take someone like a Bruce Willis or a Charles Bronson -- the definition of masculinity there becomes about the ability to inflict violence, take revenge, take what’s yours,” he says.
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.
After graduation, he was back in Los Angeles, netting a handful of TV guest star roles before his first big break: 2004’s , opposite Anne Hathaway. “One reviewer said, ‘He’s a Rob Lowe lookalike with the charisma of a David Hasselhoff.’ I’ll take the Rob Lowe lookalike, that’s fine.
But I remember the charisma part really fucking well.
“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.