Chris Pine supports ‘Dungeons And Dragons’ at school
Chris Pine has a surprising take on Dungeons and Dragons.
It was first introduced in the 1970s and quickly gained a cult following among gamers. In it, players created their characters and went on adventures in a fictional world where they had to use their skills and imagination to overcome obstacles and defeat enemies. The famous Hollywood actor, known for his roles in blockbusters like ‘Star Trek’, believes that introducing the game to school children will be beneficial.
Chris Pine Champions Introducing ‘Dungeons And Dragons’ to Schools
The game has since evolved into a complex set of rules, with many expansions and variations, and has become a cornerstone of modern gaming culture. This classic tabletop role-playing game has gained immense popularity over the years, attracting millions of players around the world who have recognized its character-building and actor-friendly nature.
Pine, who plays Edgin Darvis in “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves,” believes these benefits make it an ideal addition to the school curriculum, as explained in an exclusive interview.
Since the most recent adaptation was not released first, Slash movies asked the 42-year-old if he was curious about the changes in the culture surrounding “D&D” and how he feels about it now compared to when he was younger.
The “Wonder Woman” star expressed uncertainty about the question, but offered some insight into her experience with the game, which she noted is relatively new. “My entry point is my nephew, who’s a huge gamer and has been playing with the same group of kids, the same Dungeon Masters, for six years,” he revealed.
The “Unstoppable” actor further stated that the youngster even created his campaigns and maps and guided the family through the ones he wrote. Pine pointed out the game’s accessibility, especially for actors, as it incorporates elements of play, role-play and improvisation.
He mentioned that he had a revelatory experience playing it with his family for the first time, realizing that the idea of it being “geeky” or “nerdy” was wrong. The star further explained: saying:
“The gospel of Dungeons & Dragons, which I think is so important to know, why it should be played in schools, is that it immediately teaches cooperation. Exercise your imagination. Joyful; it’s improvisational.”
He concluded by stating that it was one of the “coolest things” he had come across in a long time. Pine’s ability to shift from one character to another, though it’s genre, has to keep his faith in the game.
During the premiere of the action-adventure comedy at the Regency Village Theater in Los Angeles, Pine returned to the world of “The Princess Diaries.” Exclusive on the red carpet E.Tthe “Just My Luck” star spoke with Will Marfuggi about the latest developments on “Princess Diaries 3.”
As fans remember him, he played Anne Hathaway’s character’s rival for the throne in 2004’s “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement,” and eventually became her friend and love interest.
The actor expressed interest returns to the franchise when the time came when I enthusiastically declared, “Yes, I am here! I’m here to. Call or email.” He also noted that if he were involved in a future sequel, he would make some changes to his character’s hairstyle and opt for a “low-profile hair helmet”.
Chris Pine addresses controversial ‘Spitgate’ incident with Harry Styles
Earlier this month, The Blast shared that the “Confession” star spoke about the rumors surrounding the alleged incident between her and the singer at the Venice Film Festival.
In a viral video last year, Styles spat on Pine during the event. The clip, which is only 11 seconds long, caused such a stir that the theater star decided to deal with it. Based on PEOPLEthe older actor’s rep believed it was causing unnecessary drama.
A statement from his camp said: “This is a ridiculous story – a complete fabrication and the result of a strange online illusion that is deceptive and allows for silly speculation.”
The report went on to clarify that there is “nothing but respect” between the two actors, and that any hint of drama was a blatant attempt to stir up controversy where none exists.