On Friday we got our first look at Chris Pine riding a Ducati as Jack Ryan in the latest Tom Clancy adaptation, but now its time to reveal a major supporting character. Paramount Pictures have sent over our first still of Kevin Costner, who is set to be an integral part of the Clancy universe as CIA agent William Harper, a recruiter for Pine’s character. The above still shows the duo on a helipad set near South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan, with the shot of Pine on his motorcycle taking place just under that bridge in the background.
We’ve also got a batch of set photos, giving us our first look at Kenneth Branagh (as director, not villain), as well as Pine doing some training and walking around Wall Street. No sign of Keira Knightley yet, who is is on board as Ryan’s wife, Caroline, who Ryan must save when a Russian businessman (Branagh) is revealed to be crashing the United States economy. Check them out below via Emilieed.
Jack Ryan hits theaters on December 25th, 2013.
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