Chris Pine Shaved His Head: Would You Hit It?

March 30, 2017 / Posted by:

If you woke up on the floor this morning and figured that your Ambien did you something weird and caused you to sleep walk again, don’t think that. There’s a better explanation. The world tilted to the side from the monumental news that Chris Pine chopped off his locks and shaved his dome.

Warner Bros. held their presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas yesterday, and Chris Pine was there because he’s in Wonder Woman. Gal Gadot wasn’t there due to the fact that she just had a baby. So it was up to the other other action movie Chris to sell it. Chris got everyone to pay attention by showing up as bald as a lace-ridden kid whose mom tried to shave the piojitos out.

Chris didn’t shave off his Disney prince locks for a role. He told E! News that the blame goes to Homeland, the flu and boredom. Chris said that his hair hasn’t been that short since his tweenage years and he got the idea to cut it while at home with the flu. Chris was watching Homeland and Rupert Friend’s shaved head inspired him to reach for the clippers.

Pine credited Homeland star Rupert Friend as his muse, adding that he took the plunge and grabbed the razor because he was “bored.”

I’d hit it bald, hairy, mullet-ed, whatever, but what’s really doing things to me is Chris Pine’s ensemble. Looking like a casual Don Draper who’s on his way to the bar at Trader Vic’s to pick up a one-night-stand during a business trip to California. Chris is giving me 1960s golf daddy and I better stop here before I start writing soft-core gay golf porn featuring myself as the 18th hole.

Here’s Wonder Woman’s director Patty Jenkins with bald-headed Chris at CinemaCon yesterday:

Pics:, Splash

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