●“I enjoy working out, boxing, playing basketball—and, of course, athletic sitting and competitive television watching,” Chris Pine says. All jokes aside, Pine needs to stay fit to keep up with his career, which has been moving at the speed of light since his star-making turn as a brash ’n’ buff Captain Kirk. After reviving the Star Trek franchise—an action-packed prequel even non-Trekkies enjoyed— Pine’s been tapped to be the new Jack Ryan in the latest Tom Clancy caper.
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● When he first came straight out of Compton in 1988, the good doc’s physique was (admittedly) just average. Not anymore. The man born Andre Young has spent the past few years hitting the weights as hard as his beats. Dre’s incredible physical transformation is to be lauded—and the will to pull it off at an age when most men are looking at their best years in the rearview mirror is nothing short of inspirational. When his long-awaited album Detox (his first in more than a decade) drops later this year, Dre can finally boast that he now looks as intimidating as he sounds on the mic.