Chris Pine & Secrets in First TV Spot for 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'

December 26, 2013

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Though the action thriller should have arrived during the holidays, Paramount Pictures is releasing Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit in the middle of January because of the delay of The Wolf of Wall Street. It's a terrible release month, but at least the studio knows this film will be a big success as what will likely be the best movie released in theaters that month. Spreading the awareness, we have the first TV spot for the film starring Chris Pine as the recurring Tom Clancy character, and this one hints that Keira Knightley might have something to hide, but we think that could be misdirection towards something not that significant.

Here's the first TV spot for Kenneth Branagh's Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit from Paramount:

Kenneth Branagh directs Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit with a script written by Steven Zaillian, Anthony Peckham, Adam Cozad and David Koepp. The film isn't adapted from a particular Tom Clancy novel, and essentially exists as an original story following Jack Ryan (from films like Patriot Games, The Hunt for Red October and The Sum of All Fears) before he joined the CIA. Branagh is also playing the villain with Keira Knightley as the love interest, Kevin Costner as Ryan's mentor and Colm Feore in a supporting role. Paramount Pictures sends Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit to theaters everywhere on January 17th, 2014.

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Just needs Jack Nicolsons head to float in and say 'Can't ladle the truths'.

Carpola on Dec 26, 2013


Damn this trailer is hella 90s.

DAVIDPD on Dec 26, 2013


Just watched Smokin Aces last week for the umteenth time. Never realized until this time that Pine was one the Tremor Bros. Blew my mind, completely different role for him, which he was fantastic in.

grimjob on Dec 26, 2013


I felt the same way when I found that out a while ago. I think Chris Pine is one of the few actors to come along with that "it" factor. He has that star quality that not many have today..it's a dying breed.

DeniScribe on Dec 29, 2013


possibly the worst editing job i've ever seen in my life.

Sycophantic Sockdrawer on Dec 31, 2013

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