The Bizarre Reference To Chris Pine In Disney Plus’ ‘Pinocchio’ – Movie News

‘Pinocchio’ finally arrived at the Disney Plus catalog with Tom Hanks as the friendly Gepetto. This new half live-action and animation bet brought a bizarre reference to Chris Pine, yes, the same protagonist of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’.

The wait is over and the premiere of Pinocchio reached the catalog of Disney Plus accompanied by Tom Hanks as one of its great protagonists. The story that mixes animation and a flesh and blood actor presented a new version of Carlo Collodi’s literary classic, but did you notice the bizarre reference to Chris Pine? Yes, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh’s partner in Don’t Worry Darling.

This happened during the first 40 minutes of the film directed by Robert Zemeckis, winner of the Oscar for Forrest Gump. As Honest John (Keegan-Michael Key) tries to convince Pinocchio (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) to become a stage star and be more than just a famous actor, This brings to the table a rundown of potential celebrity names.

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“We need a simple but strong stage name. Slab Oakley, Chad Log, I got it: Chris Pine!”mentions the malevolent fox, who realizes that this would not be a good idea and confesses that it is better to think calmly about the stage name and not choose one that simply does not work.

The name of the actor from movies like Wonder Woman 1984, The Contractor Y Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thievesdoes not appear in the film again Disney Plushowever, it is not a secret that the moment this arrives, overlaps with the drama experienced by the protagonists of Don’t Worry Darlingeven ended with a controversial spit on Chris Pine by the “Watermelon Sugar” and “As It Was” singer.


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If you haven’t seen yet Pinocchio or titles like Thor: Love and ThunderShe-Hulk: Defender of Heroes and coming soon Andor, remember that you can get Disney Plus for only 29 pesos with a promotion that celebrates Disney Plus Day.

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