Chris Pine looks stylish in a patterned silk shirt as he rides his classic Porsche with his girlfriend Annabelle Wallis
Chris Pine showed his rugged looks and elegant style while taking a break from quarantine at home on Friday.
The 39-year-old Wonder Woman star picked up his classic green Porsche in Los Angeles’ hip Silver Lake neighborhood for a ride through Los Angeles with his girlfriend Annabelle Wallis, 35.
He was stylishly dressed for a day out in a navy silk shirt with white trim and a white pattern.
Get some fresh air: Chris Pine, 39, took a break to quarantine at home with his girlfriend Annabelle Wallis for a pleasure ride through Los Angeles on Friday
Chris paired the top with a set of brown corduroy pants, along with a neat set of beige suede loafers he wore without socks.
He had a padded black bandana in his hand to wear around others to slow down the spread of the new coronavirus.
The Hell or High Water actor wore salt and pepper stubble and had his hair styled as if he had just got out of bed.
Shabby chic: Chris looked neat in a blue silk shirt, brown corduroy pants and beige suede loafers
Need for speed: he drove Annabelle in his dark green classic Porsche. The Star Trek star also likes to take out his black Porsche Speedster
Chris also owns a classic black Porsche Speedster, which he and his actress girlfriend saw last month picking up a takeaway amid the Los Angeles hideaway.
He and Annabelle were first linked in April 2018 when they were seen together at London’s Heathrow Airport.
The English actress is best known for her run on the BBC’s Peaky Binders, as well as her role on The Tudors as Jane Seymour.
She will appear in the upcoming horror film Malignant, directed by James Wan, who graduated from making the Saw series to leading horror-based horror films, including Insidious and The Conjuring, before taking Aquaman at the helm in 2018.
Soon: his next major role is in Wonder Woman 1984, scheduled for release on August 14
Chris’ next major role is a return to superhero movies with Wonder Woman 1984.
He will reunite with the title hero of Gal Gadot, although it is not yet known exactly how, since his character supposedly died at the end of the previous film.
He played an American pilot and spy who penetrated Germany into the depths of World War I, but somehow his character returned to a candy-colored 1980s America.
The film is scheduled for release on August 14, although the ongoing coronavirus pandemic may further shake that up.
It was originally intended to open in late 2019, before being pushed back to June. After coronavirus locking began in the United States in March, the film was pushed back another two months.
Again: Chris will reprise his role as American pilot and spy Steve Trevor, although it is not clear how he reincarnated from World War I Europe to the United States in the mid-1980s.