Don't Worry Darling, a psychological thriller starring Olivia Wilde, has been a smash hit since its release. She's a happy 1950s wife and homemaker who lives in Victory with his beautiful wife, Shelley (Gemma Chan). Viewers can already sense the gaslighting in his smirk when he folds his hands and leans forward with, "I'm curious to see where she's going with this."
Don't Worry Darling, after all the online craze and gossip, is now available for streaming on HBO Max. Since Warner Bros. is the filmmaker, the film is expected to be released sometime towards the end of 2022 or early 2023. Here's how to watch his other films, from the Star Trek films to Wonder Woman.
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (Disney+)
With the 2004 film The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, Pretty Woman director Garry Marshall directs the sequel to the teenage drama The Princess Diaries. Chris Pine will direct the film alongside Anne Hathaway's Mia Thermopolis as Lord Nicholas Devereaux. This month of match-making leads to a difficult and tenuous romantic connection with Lord Devereaux, who has own motives.
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement is now available on Disney+.
Star Trek (Paramount+)
The 2009 Star Trek film directed by J. J. Abrams is the first film in the Stark Trek franchise to win an Academy Award. Pine plays a determined, capable, and somewhat impulsive Kirk who joins the Starfleet and meets Spock, a fellow student.
Star Trek is now available on Paramount+.
Star Trek: Into Darkness (Prime Video and Paramount+)
J. J. Abrams has returned to direct Star Trek: Into Darkness, a high-paced Academy Award-nominated sequel to Star Trek. Pine returns as Captain James T. Kirk, a leader who is facing the consequences of his leadership mistakes. Yet he must face the consequences again when one man (Benedict Cumberbatch) appears determined to start a war and destroy both Kirk and the USS Enterprise with the help of his colleagues--Commander Spock (Quinto), Lieutenant Ny
Star Trek: Into Darkness is now available on Prime Video and Paramount+.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Prime Video and Paramount+)
Kenneth Branagh, an award-winning director, directs and stars in the second Jack Ryan reboot, titled Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Pine becomes the fourth actor to portray Jack Ryan, completing his personal duties while reporting to his superior operative Thomas Harper (Kevin Costner). Both actors are surprised to learn that his job is actually to do a job.
Shadow Recruit is now available on Prime Video and Paramount+.
The Finest Hours (Disney+)
Craig Gillespie, an Australian-American filmmaker, directs the 2016 film The Finest Hours, based on a true story and the book that chronicled the event. The Finest Hours: The Most Daring Sea Rescue by the United States Coast Guard is titled The Finest Hours: The True Story of the Most Daring Sea Rescue by Boatswain's Mate First Class Bernard "Bernie" Webber, who is the lead rescuer. On February 18, 1952, a severe storm reaches the
The Finest Hours is now available on Disney+.
Hell or High Water (Netflix)
Taylor Sheridan, who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Hell or High Water, is the film's director. Toby Howard (Pine) and his brother Tanner (Ben Foster) rob banks in order to halt the foreclosure of their family ranch following the death of their mother. They then meet up with Ranger Marcus Hamilton (Jeff Bridges) to track down the pair of thieves.
Netflix is now offering Hell or High Water.
Wonder Woman (HBO Max)
Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, is the latest DC Universe superhero film to feature female leads. Diana (Gal Gadot) lives a sheltered existence on Themyscira until an American WWI pilot, Steve Trevor (Pine), crashes through the island's force field and into the ocean. Diana saves his life and from him learns of the conflict in the outside world. Diana becomes convinced the Greek god Ares has caused the conflict.
Wonder Woman is now available on HBO Max.
Wonder Woman 1984 (HBO Max)
Patty Jenkins directs and wrote the 2020 superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984, which continues Princess Diana's (Gadot) journey in the DC Universe. Pine reprises his role as Steve Trevor, Diana's lost love, when a small miracle returns him to her in 1984. Along, they must unravel the harrowing plot of the greedy magnate Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal).
Wonder Woman 1984 is now available on HBO Max.
Outlaw King (Netflix)
Don't Worry Darling is the first time Chris Pine and Florence Pugh have collaborated on a 2018 historical drama film. The piece is based on the life and rebellion of the 14th-century Scottish king Robert the Bruce, who braved the English with his guerrilla army. Pine plays a vengeance-thirsty Robert the Bruce who is determined to unite the Scottish people and restore his land to the English. He leads this charge with the support of his wife and sole queen consort,
Outlaw King is now available on Netflix.
The Contractor (Showtime)
The Contractor, a 2022 thriller, was directed by Swedish director Tarik Saleh. Pine plays James Harper, who suddenly loses his job and pension with the country's military because to his exceptional work as a soldier. He agrees to take a contracting position that requires him to do private, top secret duties under the supervision of Rusty Jennings, a former soldier who claims to work under President Trump.
Showtime has an episode of The Contractor.
All the Old Knives (Prime Video)
Pine is a CIA officer who is assigned to meet up with his former partner and ex-lover, Celia Harrison, in a case from eight years ago. Pelham and Harrison meet up under less than pleasant circumstances, and Pelham must decide whether or not he'll take whatever action is appropriate.
All the Old Knives is now available on Amazon Prime Video.