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Colin Farrell steps out in his BARE FEET as he waits for coffee in the Los Feliz neighborhood of LA

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Colin Farrell steps out in his BARE FEET as the shoeless actor waits for coffee in line amongst his neighbors in Los Angeles

The phrase goes, ‘no shirt, no shoes, no service,’ but perhaps it doesn’t apply to movie stars.

Colin Farrell was seen barefoot on Friday as he waited in line at a coffee shop in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, California.

The Lobster star, 45, continued to own his shoeless look as he strolled back to his vehicle with a tray of coffees in his hand.

No shoes, no problem: Colin Farrell was seen stepping out on Friday in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, in his bare feet while he was waiting to grab some coffee

No shoes, no problem: Colin Farrell was seen stepping out on Friday in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, in his bare feet while he was waiting to grab some coffee

He stepped lightly on the sidewalk, which was conveniently covered in a thin layer of light purple jacaranda petals.

Colin wore a black tank top, a pair of Adidas sweatpants, and a red bandanna tied around his forehead.

The actor squinted in the sunlight, and sported a bit of facial hair over his upper lip and underneath his chin. 

Shoeless and caffeinated: The Lobster star was also spotted shoeless on the street, after he made his purchase and held two cups of coffee in a tray

Shoeless and caffeinated: The Lobster star was also spotted shoeless on the street, after he made his purchase and held two cups of coffee in a tray

Patiently waiting: The actor squinted in the sunlight, and sported a bit of facial hair over his upper lip and underneath his chin

Patiently waiting: The actor squinted in the sunlight, and sported a bit of facial hair over his upper lip and underneath his chin

Colin got his start in TV and film in the mid 90s, before landing his breakout role in the acclaimed 2002 Steven Spielberg film Minority Report starring Tom Cruise. 

Soon after, he was headlining his own movies, such as the action thriller Phone Booth that same year. 

In 2008, Farrell landed another standout role, in the Martin McDonagh crime caper In Bruges.

Seen here, with shoes, in 2018: Colin got his start in TV and film in the mid 90s, before landing his breakout role in the acclaimed 2002 Steven Spielberg film Minority Report

Seen here, with shoes, in 2018: Colin got his start in TV and film in the mid 90s, before landing his breakout role in the acclaimed 2002 Steven Spielberg film Minority Report

Since then, the actor has gone on to star in a wide array of cinematic fare, like Tim Burton’s live-action retelling of Dumbo in 2019. 

Colin has a bevy of projects currently in the works, as there are at least seven titles in some form of production on his IMDb page.

One of his most exciting upcoming roles is as The Penguin in the highly anticipated reboot of the Batman franchise. 

Clowning around, with Danny DeVito (left) and Nico Parker (center): The actor has starred in a wide array of cinematic fare, like Tim Burton's live-action retelling of Dumbo in 2019

Clowning around, with Danny DeVito (left) and Nico Parker (center): The actor has starred in a wide array of cinematic fare, like Tim Burton’s live-action retelling of Dumbo in 2019

The film, simply titled The Batman, also stars Robert Pattinson in the title role. 

Joining Farrell are other famous villains like The Riddler, who will be brought to life by Paul Dano, and Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman. 

Additionally, Colin has a feature film in the works titled After Yang, a drama/sci-fi hybrid exploring how a family copes after their A.I. helper unexpectedly breaks down. 

In-demand talent: Colin has a bevy of projects currently in the works, as there are at least seven titles in some form of production on his IMDb page; seen here in March 2019

In-demand talent: Colin has a bevy of projects currently in the works, as there are at least seven titles in some form of production on his IMDb page; seen here in March 2019

He will also appear in the upcoming TV miniseries The North Water, which takes place during a whaling expedition in the Arctic. 

Currently, Farrell is in the midst of filming Thirteen Lives, the Ron Howard-directed feature recounting the recent real-life tale of a group of young boys in Thailand who become trapped with their soccer coach in caves that are flooding.  

That film also stars Viggo Mortensen and Joel Edgerton.

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