"I loved working with Oprah. I don’t know what I like more, talking about books or acting alongside her. She’s a force of nature," Pine shared. "There's a lot to learn from a woman who has made this kind of impact, culturally and in the business, and you see why."
Pine was joined by Oprah and their Wrinkle in Time co-stars Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling and Storm Reid at D23, where they debuted the first trailer of Ava Duvernay-directed film.
"The reaction was kind of exciting," the actor admitted, before dishing on whether or not he'll appear in another highly-anticipated film: Wonder Woman 2.
"I'm an actor man. I'm about as lazy as they come," Pine said of whether he's pitching ideas of how his character can return for the Wonder Woman sequel. "So I’ll be by my phone of somewhere so they can find me whenever they want to give me the call."