Chris Pine, the silver fox, had legs for days when he showed up in Los Angeles on a relatively cool fall Friday this week.
The 43-year-old could be seen wearing a tiny, tight pair of short shorts that put his shapely pins on full display.
He was well prepared for a possible drop in temperature by pulling a canary yellow hoodie over his head.
However, the hood slid back slightly, revealing his distinguished salt-and-pepper pompadour that matched his gray-flecked beard.
His appearance comes a month after the premiere of his directorial debut “Poolman,” a comedic crime thriller, at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Leggy; Chris Pine, the silver fox, had legs for days when he showed up in Los Angeles on a relatively cool fall Friday this week
Either you lose it: The 43-year-old was seen wearing a tiny, tight pair of short shorts that put his shapely pins on full display
The film was so heavily panned by critics after its screening that it currently holds a dismal 17% rating Rotten tomatoes.
“Not just the worst film I saw during the fall festival season, but probably one of the worst films in every year it was released,” he wrote diversity Critic Owen Gleiberman.
Chris leads the film’s cast, which includes Annette Bening, Danny DeVito, Jennifer Jason Leigh and DeWanda Wise.
Chris plays Darren, an apartment complex pool man with a philosophical streak; Annette and Danny are his neighbors.
Eventually, Darren becomes aware of a water robbery and gets caught up in a series of film noir misadventures, including a femme fatale.
In addition to directing and starring in the film, Chris also co-wrote it with Ian Gotler, who appeared in several short films with him in 2014.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins is producing alongside Chris and Ian as well as Stacey Sher, who has worked as a producer on several Quentin Tarantino films.
Chris’ upcoming releases also include Wish, an animated musical fantasy from Disney that shares one of the same co-directors as Frozen.
Panned: His appearance comes a month after the premiere of his directorial debut Poolman, a comedic crime thriller, at the Toronto International Film Festival
He joins a cast that includes West Side Story breakout Ariana DeBose, Titanic icon Victor Garber and hot comedian Ramy Youssef.
Emma Roberts’ ex-boyfriend Evan Peters, A Night’s Tale actor Alan Tudyk and Life In Pieces star Angelique Cabral also appear in the film.
Chris plays Magnifico, the ruler of a fictional Iberian island kingdom called Rosas, while Angelique plays his wife Amaya.
Ariana leads the cast as a 17-year-old girl on Rosas who has premonitions about a growing threat to the island.