September 14, 2018 | Posted in Celebrity by
Chris Pine's newest flick Outlaw King isn't even available to the public yet, but everyone who saw it at the Toronto International Film Festival is having a hard time not talking about his full-frontal scene.
"Had a great time seeing colleagues tonight here at one of the year’s biggest cultural events and discussing Chris Pine’s penis, said Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair. Another critic couldn't stop referring to Pine's "royal todger" and "full majesty of his medieval bush" in his review.
the signs were there all along
— Alex Zalben (@azalben) September 7, 2018
Pine, however, seems a bit surprised by the reactions of the TIFF crowd. He told ET that seeing talk about his cock all over the place is "pretty cool," but he doesn't understand how that's the part of the film everyone is so shocked by.
Talking with The Hollywood Reporter, the 38-year-old said that he figured the bloodshed in the film would get a little more attention than his mere nudity.
"What I find very funny is that there’s so much beheading in this, and yet people want to talk about my penis," Pine said. "And I think that says something about our society, where people can get disemboweled, but it’s the man’s junk that is of interest."
I guess there's only one head anyone who sees this film is going to be interested in. For good reason, too - just look at him!
I really hate having to wait, but something tells me it's going to be worth it.