What is Chris Pine's net worth? A look at his massive fortune and how much he earned for 'Wonder Woman 1984'
The actor reprised his role as Steve Trevor in the latest installment of DCEU's 'Wonder Woman'
With 'Wonder Woman 1984' garnering mixed reviews, there's one thing we're most certainly glad for, and that's seeing Chris Pine back on screen. The movie sees the actor reprise his role as Steve Trevor, opposite Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman.
Chris Pine has taken on a number of roles over the years. He's brought to life some rather notable fictional characters, starting from the dreamy Lord Devereaux in 'The Princess Diaries', which also happened to be his debut role, and as the iconic Captain James T Kirk in the 2009 'Star Trek' film and franchise.
Pine first made his way to the silver screen in 2003, guest-starring in episodes of 'ER', 'CSI: Miami' and 'The Guardian'. His debut role came in 2004, opposite Anne Hathaway in 'The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement', based on the extremely popular series by author Meg Cabot. The film grossed $134.7 million at the box office. In 2006, he starred opposite Lindsay Lohan in 'Just My Luck' which clocked in at $35 million.
Pine has also worked in a range of TV series and movies. His big break, however, came with the 2009 version of 'Star Trek' where he took on the lead role of Captain James T Kirk. The iconic character, previously played by William Shatner between 1966 to 1994, is easily one of the most identifiable figures in pop culture. The franchise has over 10 independent series and 10 movies, making it an absolute cult classic.
The movie series got its reboot in 2009, with Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto playing two of the most important characters to come out of the franchise — Captain Kirk and Spock respectively. The movie was widely well-received, clocking it at $385.7 million, proving to be Pine's first extremely successful commercial hit. He continued to reprise his role in 2013's 'Star Trek Into The Darkness' which made $467.4 million and 2016's 'Star Trek Beyond' which made $343.5 million.
He was also a part of the 2011 documentary, 'The Captains', which was written and directed by William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk. His more commercial roles post this saw him in movies such as 'This Means War', 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit', 'Into The Woods', 'A Wrinkle in Time' and 'Outlaw King'.
He later went on to join the DC Extended Universe, by taking on the role of Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman's love interest in 2017's 'Wonder Woman'. The movie did phenomenally well, grossing a whopping $821 million, making it the 10th highest-grossing film of 2017 and the highest ever by a solo female director — it was directed by Patty Jenkins.
At the time of the installment of the series, 'Wonder Woman 1984' hitting box office, Chris Pine's net worth is at $30 million. While we know Gal Gadot took an impressive $10 million to the bank, there's no confirmation on what Chris drew to reprise his role. But based on his past paydays, we're assuming it will be nothing less than a pretty sizeable cheque.