Chris Hemsworth, who appeared in the 2009 reboot , will return to play George Kirk.
Abrams and Lindsey Weber will produce through Bad Robot.
Chris Pine deserves some better roles, to see what he can actually make with something more complex and intelligent.
Some excellent character actors are wasted, although their performances are fine.
Another way it could have gone is the experience of a blind young man who undergoes experimental surgery and the outcome and difficulties encountered along the way. Finally, there's the relationship between a blind man and a sighted woman, a romance based movie, either drama or comedy, or the relationship between a Caucasian American male and an female of Indian descent from a very traditional Indian family, and the difficulties they would encounter along the way, again a drama with some comedy more than likely. There were some very good moments: the basketball game with the friend, the parents at the hospital while they await the outcome of the surgery, etc.
But the whole isn't even a sum of these parts -- it's a combination of movies that do not cohere in a way that one can call a success.
In the past, he's been linked to everyone from Zoë Kravitz, to Olivia Munn, to models Dominique Piek and Iris Björk Jóhannesdóttir.
They play love interests in the reboot of DC Comics' Wonder Woman.
And lead stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine cheekily spoke about their on-screen chemistry during an interview with The Project on Wednesday.
Its unfortunate: the idea of a romance comedy that isn't simplistic, Boy meets Girl, Boy and Girl find love, encounter hindrance, break-up, but Love Wins Out, is a trite, tired formula.
This movie had the promise to be a bit more than that, as DEFINITELY, MAYBE attempted and succeeded earlier this year.