The Hollywood star Chris Pine once again shows how he loves experiencing different styles and of course, he still looks good when rocking a leopard print shirt and a gold medallion on his way to get coffee.
The 39-year-old actor was seen at Blue Bottle Coffee in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles and walked outside with a cup of coffee in one hand and coffee beans bag in his other.
Chris went for a fancy but still comfy look with leopard print shirt with black jeans, a cream fedora, white Birkenstock sandals and of course, a face mask on his face as he is the “best Chris” in the Hollywood.
Adding a little sparkling to his outfit, he chose a gold medallion that hung around his neck ad a chunky gold watch.
Chris Pine and Annabelle Wallis confirmed their dating since 2018, however the actress wasn’t seen going out with Chris on the coffee date.
Though the spreading of the pandemic has led many movie projects have to put on a pause, Chris was in talks to appear as the lead role in a reboot of The Saint earlier this year.
According to Variety, the Star Trek actor is in discussion to play the role of Simon Templar, or The Saint, who targets corrupt politicians, drug dealers, and other criminals by using his charm and various aliases to commit his crimes for good.
The movie will have Dexter Fletcher as the director and Seth Grahame-Smith to write the script.
The movie will be distributed by Paramount Pictures, the company that has had close bonds to Pines for a number of years. In 2009, the studio cast him as Captain Kirk in the rebooted Star Trek film franchise.
The latest film in the Star Trek series is still in development and Paramount was the one to see the potential of Pine to perform in The Saint at the best.
The Saint was first created by novelist Leslie Charteris and gained noticeable attention, then featured in a series of books published in the period between 1928 and 1963.
However, there is unclear information for the time the movie could begin shooting as the coronavirus still has a major effect on the movie industry as well as the entire world.