Miles Teller cuts a casual figure in dark blue T-shirt and light gray shorts in Los Angeles

Miles Teller cuts a casual figure in dark blue T-shirt and light gray shorts while running errands in Los Angeles

Miles Teller looked casual while running errands in Los Angeles on Monday. 

The 35-year-old actor wore a tight dark blue shirt with a bright red crab emblazoned on his chest. 

He walked in black sneakers and pulled a matching ball cap low over his eyes.

Keeping is casual: Miles Teller looked casual while running errands in Los Angeles on Monday

Keeping is casual: Miles Teller looked casual while running errands in Los Angeles on Monday

The Top Gun: Maverick actor added a pair of dark shades to his ensemble which protected his eyes from the harsh Los Angeles sun.

Miles’ appearance out marked a rare day off for the perpetually busy War Dogs star. 

Teller’s movie Spiderhead co-starring Chris Hemsworth came out on Netflix a few months ago. 

Tight shirt: The 35-year-old actor wore a tight dark blue shirt with a bright red crab emblazoned on his chest

Tight shirt: The 35-year-old actor wore a tight dark blue shirt with a bright red crab emblazoned on his chest

Recent film: Teller's movie Spiderhead co-starring Chris Hemsworth came out on Netflix a few months ago

Recent film: Teller’s movie Spiderhead co-starring Chris Hemsworth came out on Netflix a few months ago

He’s currently working on the animated film The Ark and the Aardvark, a film centering around ‘an aardvark named Gilbert lands the job of shepherding all the animals onto Noah’s Ark,’ according to the movie’s IMDb page. 

He has three films in pre-production titled The Gorge, The Fence and Not Without Hope. 

And if Teller’s recent films are any indication, his movies will be absolute successes. 

Top Gun: Maverick, which came out in May, overtook Black Panther as the fifth-best grossing for any movie ever. 

Successes: And if Teller's recent films are any indication, his movies will be absolute successes just like Top Gun: Maverick

Successes: And if Teller’s recent films are any indication, his movies will be absolute successes just like Top Gun: Maverick

Millions: Top Gun: Maverick, which came out in May, overtook Black Panther as the fifth-highest grossing for any movie ever

Millions: Top Gun: Maverick, which came out in May, overtook Black Panther as the fifth-highest grossing for any movie ever

The calculation was made earlier in the month after the film earned $7.9 million Labor Day Weekend, per Deadline

On Saturday, Cinema Day sent audiences to theaters across the country in droves, as moviegoers could view films for just $3.

By Sunday, Spider-Man: No Way home and Top Gun: Maverick were toe-to-toe for the number one spot of the weekend, with the 80s revival ultimately surpassing the superhero blockbuster.

The latter film was already the top-grossing feature of the year so far, crossing the $700 million mark before Labor Day.

And as for the rerelease of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, it raked in $7.6 million in just four days of being back on the silver screen. 

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