KJ Apa continues to style his shorter red haircut as he takes coffee during a hiatus from filming his hit series Riverdale in Vancouver
He is said to be playing his famous TV character five years later this season.
And actor KJ Apa was seen with a shorter-than-usual haircut again on Saturday in Vancouver, Canada, where he filmed the fifth season of his hit CW series Riverdale as the series chief. Archie Andrews.
The New Zealand actor, 23, looked casual for the outing, in a cropped white t-shirt and open black shirt.
Nice cut, Archie: Actor KJ Apa was seen sporting a shorter-than-usual haircut again on Saturday in Vancouver
At the bottom, he wore black pants with a drawstring at the waist.
KJ sported black shoes with stripes and white laces.
He wore a standard disposable blue surgical face mask and had his headphones on as he walked over to a hot Starbucks drink.
Sliver of midriff: The New Zealand-born actor, 23, looked relaxed for the outing, in a cropped white t-shirt and open black shirt
Apa plays Andrews on the hit teen mystery show, loosely based on the Archie comics.
He has directed the series for 81 episodes since 2017.
Recently, KJ unveiled the trailer for his latest feature film, titled Songbird.
Recently: KJ unveiled the trailer for his latest feature, titled Songbird, about the near future in the face of a COVID-23 pandemic
The film, produced by Michael Bay, is set in the near future in which a deadly and highly infectious disease called Covid-23 is ravaging the world.
The film also stars Peter Stormare and Demi Moore, among others.
The reception of the film so far has been lukewarm at best, with many Twitter users pointing out how too early or close to home it is to have a film about a terrible pandemic while the world is still going through one. true.
So far: Reception of the film has been lukewarm at best, with many Twitter users pointing out how too early or near home to have a film about a grisly pandemic while the world is still going through one true.
In fact, Songbird will no longer receive a theatrical release, due to COVID-19.
Instead, the film will debut on PVOD in December.
This has been the case for countless other films, including the highly anticipated DC Wonder Woman 1984 – which will now premiere on HBO Max on Christmas Day with a limited theatrical release.
In fact: Songbird will no longer receive a theatrical release, due to COVID-19, but will air next month on PVOD