‘Jack Ryan’ First Look Photo with Chris Pine

The actor takes to the streets of Manhattan on his motorcycle in this shot from director Kenneth Branagh's action-thriller.
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‘Jack Ryan’ First Look Photo with Chris Pine

Just days after Paramount Pictures announced that Jack Ryan will debut in theaters next Christmas, the studio released the first photo featuring Chris Pine as the title character. The actor is seen riding his motorcycle through the streets of Manhattan in a story that will span Moscow and New York City, giving us a look at Jack Ryan's life before becoming a CIA operative.

Jack Ryan Photo

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit was released January 17th, 2014.

Sources: Paramount Pictures

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  • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

    @mcleve02 Although I don't expect much from them now...for a while really...yes, they always have been. I don't know why.

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    • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

      @mieko-siede Is that who your favorite team is now?

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      • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

        @mcleve02 It's too bad too because the Colts have always been one of my favorite teams, from the Baltimore days to the Indianapolis era.

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        • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

          @mieko-siede Oh well, their bad choices will come back to haunt them... all we can do is sit back and watch it happen!

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          • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

            @mcleve02 Yes he did. The Colts panicked when he had to go out for the season. Then his health was in question. They were in haste to make a decision about their future and they decided to go in the direction of a younger team. The problem is, inexperience as well. They fired Caldwell who was a good coach. His first season as head coach they went to the Super Bowl. Albeit they lost, and I still say it was rigged, but that's another story. But yes, Peyton Manning showed by not playing that one man could make a team. I just want the end of his career to lead to a couple more rings so he can get the recognition he truly deserves.

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            • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

              @mieko-siede Oh he definitely has a few years left. The Colts were fools for letting him go. He proved last year that one man really truly can make a team...

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              • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

                @mcleve02 I can't wait for Sunday to kick start. I'm especially excited to see the night game. Denver with Peyton Manning at the helm should make for an interesting turn for the team. He's got a few more good years left in him I believe. I'd like to see him go out with at least two more rings.

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                • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

                  @mieko-siede haha come on now... I am an Eagles fan... you know how I feel about both of those teams! ;)

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                  • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

                    @mcleve02 If you're a New York fan you'd be glad the work kept you busy. I wish you the best with your competition.

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                    • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

                      @mieko-siede I actually missed the game... I was working pretty late. First competition for the school is next saturday! trying to get things in place!

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                      • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

                        @mcleve02 What a disappointment the season opener was tonight.

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                        • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

                          @mieko-siede we should have been last year... jerks... haha

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                          • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

                            @mcleve02 I think the Eagles could be playoff bound this season.

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                            • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

                              @mieko-siede haha nope! I just wish my offensive line would block as well for him as the back up quarterbacks... and thanks! It's the Joker as the thinker... btw I got 2 new reviews up you want to take a look for me!

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                              • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

                                @mcleve02 I would have taken you for more of a stand in the pocket guy. Like the avatar by the way.

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                                • mcleve02 • 3 years ago

                                  @mieko-siede Really haha... Why would you say that?

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                                  • mieko-siede • 3 years ago

                                    @mcleve02 I never would have guessed that.

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                                    • vanboy • 3 years ago

                                      Should be good. Favorite Ryan film was Clear and Present Danger. Interesting how he turned the president in for bombing the drug lords and then Air Force One came out and Ford played The President.

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                                      • vanboy • 3 years ago

                                        @the Narrator, did he also see potential in "The Wild, Wild West"?

                                        Jack Ryan (Parks his motorcycle, steps off and walks toward a submarine) Dock worker: "Nice Motorcycle." Jack Ryan: "It yours." (throws the keys to dock worker).

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                                        • RogueVadr6 • 3 years ago

                                          I loved Patriot Games. I can't wait for this. I was upset when Jack Bender backed out, but Keira Knightley helped ease my pain.

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