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Chris Pine flaunts his toned arms and lean legs as he leaves a dance studio to get coffee in LA

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Hollywood heartthrob Chris Pine flaunts his toned arms and lean legs as he leaves a dance studio to grab his morning coffee in LA

Chris Pine flaunted his fit physique on Friday when he wore a white tank top and short blue shorts after leaving a dance studio in Los Angeles.

The Hollywood heartthrob, 42 – who is currently swinging a sword through Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves – showcased his toned arms and lean legs as he grabbed some iced coffee.

Pine sported a pair of royal blue loafers and a bright blue ball cap, looking good as he headed into the weekend.

The leading man’s leggy day in LA comes on the heels of him talking about his bromance with Hugh Grant, 62.

Chris described the legendary British star as ‘mega saucy’ and that they had ‘an absolute blast’ on the set of Dungeons and Dragons. 

A-list arms: Chris Pine, 42, flaunted his fit physique on Friday when he wore a white tank top and short blue shorts after leaving a dance studio in Los Angeles

A-list arms: Chris Pine, 42, flaunted his fit physique on Friday when he wore a white tank top and short blue shorts after leaving a dance studio in Los Angeles

Leggy leading man: The Hollywood heartthrob showcased his toned arms and lean legs as he grabbed some iced coffee

Leggy leading man: The Hollywood heartthrob showcased his toned arms and lean legs as he grabbed some iced coffee 

Chris was asked about his good buddy Hugh during a radio interview with Sian Welby to promote their comedic sword and sorcery flick in the UK.

When Welby asked the Star Trek star how Grant manages to pull off being so endearing as a bad guy, Chris credited the debonair actor’s ‘old old age.’

Chris explained: ‘As we know, Hugh is the winner of the most charming award for thirty years and counting, so the man can charm the pants off a nun!

‘I think in his old old age, he’s really starting to enjoy what happens when you don’t have to play the ingénue anymore, you get to play all the others fun stuff that everyone else has had a fun time doing, and not trying to carry a movie.’

The Wonder Woman hunk added: ‘He’s an absolute blast to work with and what I love about him is that for all his charm he’s just this wonderfully grumpy curmudgeon, he’s just saucy, he’s just mega saucy.

‘We have a great time laughing together, I like Hugh a lot.’

In addition to having a fondness for the Notting Hill icon, Pine would love to work with another former co-star again – Oscar winner Anne Hathaway.

Chris made his feature film debut in 2004’s The Princess Diaries 2 and recently declared that he is game to return for the franchise’s third installment, which was finally confirmed to be happening in November. 

Hunk on the loose: Pine sported a pair of royal blue loafers and a bright blue ball cap, looking good as he headed into the weekend

Hunk on the loose: Pine sported a pair of royal blue loafers and a bright blue ball cap, looking good as he headed into the weekend

Bromance: The leading man's leggy day in LA comes on the heels of him talking about his bromance with Hugh Grant, 62. Chris described the legendary British star as 'mega saucy' and that they had 'an absolute blast' on the set of Dungeons and Dragons

Bromance: The leading man’s leggy day in LA comes on the heels of him talking about his bromance with Hugh Grant, 62. Chris described the legendary British star as ‘mega saucy’ and that they had ‘an absolute blast’ on the set of Dungeons and Dragons

Prince Charming: Chris also recently shared that he was down to return as Anne Hathaway's love interest in The Princess Diaries 3

Prince Charming: Chris also recently shared that he was down to return as Anne Hathaway’s love interest in The Princess Diaries 3 

Chris played Nicholas Devereaux, the love interest for Anne Hathaway’s Mia Thermopolis in the sequel, which earned $134.7 million worldwide.

Hathaway has called the prospect of a new sequel ‘thrilling’ while Julie Andrews, who plays Mia’s grandmother Queen Clarisse Renaldi, said in December she wasn’t sure if she’d return.

‘Yeah, I’m here!’ Chris recently told ET. ‘I’m here for it. Give me give me a phone call or an email.’

Pine went on to joke that if he were to return as Nicholas Devereaux he would opt for a ‘low-profile hair helmet.’ 

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