CHRIS PINE is here! The actor will soon be seen playing Tom Clancy's famed character Jack Ryan in the new thriller "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit." Chris played Captain Kirk in big screen adaptations of "Star Trek" and voiced Jack Frost in "Rise of the Guardians." His appealing, all-American looks and sincere disposition make him well-suited for action-packed films like "Unstoppable," and for sentimental, relationship-driven stories such as "People Like Us" and "Celeste & Jesse Forever." Chris can take many shapes, and his face continues to be seen everywhere as his rises to the top. If only Ellen could get him to cry… a dozen cat photos didn’t do it before, but she could make it happen this time!
Then, playing the blues, guitarist QUINN SULLIVAN stops by to play for Ellen! The 14-year-old wunderkind made his television debut on Ellen when he was only 7. Now, he's back… older, famous, and with a new record! Quinn has been performing at festivals with legendary stars like B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Buddy Guy, and even Rolling Stone is writing features about his standout musical talent and impressive power of empathy. To play the blues is to understand the blues, and Quinn's maturity in his art is uncanny. The teen will perform the song "She Gets Me" from his album "Getting There." From Ellen's stage to Madison Square Garden and back, prepare to be mesmerized!
On Thursday, Ellen has recruited the top of the line!Filed Under: Chris Pine, Quinn Sullivan
The Always Charming Chris Pine
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