Colin Farrell is a silver fox as the 43-year-old actor goes for an early-morning coffee run in Los Angeles
Colin Farrell showed off his new, silver-haired look on Friday.
The 43-year-old actor was spotted out and about in Los Angeles, grabbing a couple of coffees while rocking a hairdo that was rather more salt than pepper.
The Irish actor opted for comfort over cool, as he wandered out into the world in the early morning hours in a tracksuit.
Caffeinated: Colin Farrell was spotted bright and early this morning in Los Angeles hitting up his local Starbucks
Keepin’ it comfy: The 43-year-old heartthrob looked cozy in Adidas track pants and a black zip-up hoodie
He sported a pair of black Adidas leggings that featured an array of blue accents.
Pairing the look with a grey tee, he layered up with a zip-up hoodie some added warmth.
He forged his way back to his vehicle, upon exiting the Starbucks, in a pair of worn-in beige sneakers.
With all of the work and promotion he’s been doing for his upcoming projects, it’s no wonder the silver fox needed two cups of coffee to start the day.
Farrell stars in the latest Guy Ritchie film The Gentleman alongside A-listers Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, and Charlie Dunham, which hits theaters on January 24th.
The Gentleman hits theaters next week and audiences will get to see Farrell take on the role of Coach in the one hour and fifty-three minute action film.
Double dose: With all of his film involvement, it was no surprise that the actor walked out of Starbucks with two coffees in hand
The gemtleman: Farrell stars opposite of Matthew McConaughey (right) and Michelle Dockery (right) in Guy Ritchie’s latest action film out January 24th
Farrell stars Matthew McConaughey, who plays the film’s protagonist, Mickey Pearson.
The story, written and directed by Guy Ritchie, revolves around Pearson, who is a British drug lord, who tries to sell off his empire to a ‘dynasty of Oklahoma Billionaires.’
The film also stars Sons of Anarchy’s Charlie Dunham, Love Actually’s Hugh Grant, and Downton Abbey’s very own Michelle Dockery.
Earlier in the month, the director of the upcoming rendition of Batman, Matt Reeves, revealed that Farrell will take on the role of infamous Gotham villain, The Penguin.
The film will feature Twilight’s Robert Pattinson in the title role and is currently in production with an expected 2021 release date.
The Penguin: Director of the latest rendition of the Batman franchise, Matt Reeves, shared this tweet on January 6th upon Farrell’s role as The Penguin being announced
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