He was spotted last week stocking up on groceries in little more than a hoodie.
Chris Pine seemed to have upped his coronavirus safety game when he was spotted picking up takeout at restaurant in Los Angeles’ Los Feliz neighborhood with his actress girlfriend Annabelle Wallis, 35, on Friday.
The 39-year-old Wonder Woman actor followed new CDC recommendations and covered his face with a bandana as he went in to grab their food.
Masked man: Chris Pine upped his coronavirus safety game on Friday when he picked up takeout in LA’s Los Feliz neighborhood with his girlfriend Annabelle Wallis while wearing a bandana on his face
Chris kept his look low-key for the short trip out with an olive striped tank top and red pattern shorts than only came down to his thighs.
He had on black flip flops and wore a wide-brimmed straw hat over his red, white and blue bandana, which he wore just below his eyesl
Annabelle, best known for her role on the BBC series Peaky Blinders, waited in Chris’ gorgeous black Porsche Speedster.
No fuss: Chris looked as if he were ready for a day at the beach with his low-key olive tank top, red patterned shorts, black flip flops and a wide-brimmed straw hat
Need for speed: Annabelle, best known for her role on the BBC series Peaky Blinders, waited in Chris’ gorgeous black Porsche Speedster
The Star Trek star’s cloth face covering was in line with recommendations announced by the Centers for Disease Control on Friday.
The agency urged Americans to wear cloth masks when going out in public, and many people have already made their own makeshift masks from T-shirts or simply wrapped bandanas around their faces.
Masks were previously not recommended because many non-professionals wear them incorrectly and may be more likely to touch their face due to a false sense of security.
The CDC also strongly urged Americans not to wear or buy professional-grade masks, which are already in dangerously low supply in hospitals across the country.
Leading by example: The CDC urged Americans to cover their faces with cloth masks, but not to use medical-grade masks, which are desperately need by healthcare workers
Coming soon: Chris’ next big project is Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel to the hit 2017 film starring Gal Gadot. The movie was pushed back last week from its June opening to an August premiere date
Chris’ next big film project will be Wonder Woman 1984, the highly awaited sequel to the 2017 blockbuster starring Gal Gadot
The actor had already completed his work on the film and it was originally scheduled for a June 5 release.
The spread of the novel coronavirus, which has shuttered most movie theaters throughout the world, put the comic book film on hold, and Warner Bros. announced last week that the movie would now be released on August 14.