When you consider the genre, it was fairly average.Plus, "blonde humor" is funny, and I think that's why the girl-who-was-lucky was so silly: she was really not accustomed to thinking critically, relying on her good luck (i.e.Nine years ago, Chris Pine was an up-and-coming leading man, while Lindsay Lohan was already one of Hollywood's most in-demand stars.Nearly a decade later, the professional careers of the two stars have swapped, which Pine discussed with ."For me, I love exploring ideas and throwing stuff against the wall and seeing what fits, and if I had a really nice collaborative team around me who could deal with the more day-to-day minutia, that would be fun. Chris Pine may be famous now for his gritty roles in “Star Trek” and “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” but he started out as the ultimate rom com dream boat, stealing the heart of Anne Hathaway (and all of us) in “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement." His best early role, though, was romancing Lindsay Lohan in “Just My Luck.” Chris started out as the nerdy, awkward guy, and then quickly moved into *oh my goodness* territory."It was fascinating to watch, and in hindsight it's really a distinct moment in someone's life when you see what's really wonderful about what we get to do and what's really dangerous about it." PHOTOS: Celebs' secret Star Trek pasts Lohan, who was 18 at the time Just My Luck was filmed, was hot off the success from her 2004 movie, -- a role that has been played by leading men including Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Alec Baldwin. "A bunch of people take care of you and get you stuff, and you're the center of that little microcosmic world," the action star shared. you deserve it." Unlike many of his Hollywood colleagues, Pine expressed no interest in joining Twitter. Or, ' I have 140,000 friends on Facebook.' What does that even mean? The internet is so caustic; just a place where people get to spew nonsense and bullsh-t." PHOTOS: Sexy shirtless stars The dreamy, blue-eyed hunk's love life also remains off limits.
(For another example of a Hollywood Chris being comforable enough with his masculinity to star as a love interest in a rom-com, see Chris Evans' turn as Scarlett Johansson's requisite hunk in 2007's pretty great , Pine's appearance as Steve Trevor comes at a much more established point in the actor's career..."I grew up in a family where sometimes work was good, sometimes great, and sometimes there was no work.I learned a lot by osmosis, just by being around them."What's next for Pine, who recently wrapped production on "I really don't have a strategy—I have no desire at all to produce on a micromanaging level," he says.It seems to have a high number of both 10/10s and 1/10s... Well, I loved the fact that the movie distracted me enough to relax and unwind for an hour and a half.I didn't think it was groundbreaking, so originally I was going to give it 9/10, but also, I though it was very straightforward and plot twists are usually important parts of dramas and romantic comedies.