Actor Chris Pine made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night where he did more than promote his latest role, he also showed off his exceptional singing voice.
While the actor was on the late-night talk show, he began discussing his new role in the film Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
"He's a cold war character, he's born in the fifty's," Pine said about his character.
Kimmel mentioned that Jack Ryan keeps gets "younger and younger," and Pine added, "It's like a Benjamin Button thing."
Kimmel then told Pine that when Meryl Streep was on his show the night before, she said that the 33-year-old was a great singer. Pine seemed flattered by his Into the Woods costar's comment and Kimmel even said that he was blushing. The host then asked Pine whether or not Streep's allegations were accurate.
"A shower singer, for sure," Pine responded. "But I have to tell you something too. If you think you're a good singer in the shower, it's a big fat lie because the acoustics of bathrooms are incredible."
Kimmel then handed Pine a microphone and the actor hesitantly sang a brief rendition of Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra. As he sang, a piano accompanied his baritone singing voice. Pine also graciously took Kimmel's hand and the host said, "Wow, I'm falling in love."
Into the Woods is set to come to theaters on Dec. 25. Pine will play Cinderella's prince and Streep will play the witch.