Chris Pine Reacts to Hugh Grant Calling Himself ‘Pretentious’

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If the shoe matches! Chris Pine had a hilarious response after his Dungeons & Dragons costar Hugh Grant mirrored on his “pretentious” faculty years.

The Notting Hill actor, 62, and his costar, 42, have been fielding questions from WIRED‘s “Autocomplete Interview” when Grant recalled his days as an undergraduate at Oxford College. “What did Hugh Grant examine at Oxford?” Pine requested within the Monday, March 13, video.

“English literature,” the U.Okay. native replied. “Fats lot of excellent that did me. However I didn’t do a lot of that in direction of the top. I grew to become a socialite, actually. I went to events and was pretentious.”

The Surprise Lady actor then chimed in so as to add, “Nothing a lot has modified.”

Because the duo’s costar Michelle Rodriguez burst into laughter, Grant deadpanned, “Yeah, precisely.”

The Undoing alum made headlines earlier this week for his awkward interview with Ashley Graham forward of the Oscars on Sunday, March 12. When the supermodel, 35, requested him who he was rooting for on the ceremony, he replied, “Nobody particularly.”

Graham adopted up by asking him about his tuxedo, however he didn’t have a lot to supply there both. “Simply my go well with,” he stated when requested what he was sporting. “I can’t bear in mind. My tailor.”

The Oklahoma native additionally tried to get him to open up by asking about his function in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Thriller, to no avail. “Effectively, I’m barely in it,” he quipped. “I’m in it for about three seconds.”

When the A New Mannequin writer requested if he had least had enjoyable making the movie, Grant replied, “Virtually.”

Graham, for her half, didn’t clap again when requested later whether or not she took “offense” to Grant’s response on the purple carpet. “You realize what? My mama advised me to kill individuals with kindness, so there you go,” the activist advised TMZ on Monday. “I had a lot enjoyable. My ft harm, although.”

Days earlier than the Oscars, Grant admitted to throwing a “horrible” tantrum on the set of Dungeons & Dragons, which hits theaters on Friday, March 31.

“I misplaced my mood with a lady in my eyeline on day one,” he defined throughout an interview with Complete Movie journal. “I assumed she was some government from the studio who ought to have recognized higher. Then it seems that she’s a particularly good native girl who was the chaperone of the younger lady. Horrible. A variety of groveling.”