Joaquin Phoenix paid no mind to the suggested ‘social distancing,’ when he hit up a gas station in Los Angeles on Sunday amid the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic.
But the 45-year-old Academy Award winner did err on the side of caution, when he slipped his hands into a pair of black gloves before laying a finger on the gas pump.
After fueling up, fiancee Rooney Mara, who remained inside the couple’s black Volvo, offered Phoenix a helping of hand sanitizer.
Gloved up: Joaquin Phoenix was spotted at a gas station in Los Angeles with fiancee Rooney Mara on Sunday amid coronavirus pandemic
Guardian angel: After fueling up, Mara (right), who remained inside the couple’s black Volvo, offered Phoenix a helping of hand sanitizer
Once the sanitizer hit Phoenix’s paws, he vigorously rubbed his hands together, allowing the germ killing properties to take effect.
Mara, with her piercing blue peepers concealed behind a pair of black RayBan glasses, looked visibly makeup free as she looked on in concern at her brave beau.
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Though the couple did make efforts to sterilize, the United States government has toted self-quarantine and the practice of social distancing as the best means of virus prevention.
The Joker star suited up for his Sunday morning gas run in a Vegan-approved ensemble complete with a black Go Vegan hoodie and a tee toting his favorite animal rights group LA Animal Save.
Sterile: Phoenix gladly lathered up his hands with the disinfectant before getting back into the couple’s vehicle
Phoenix and Mara, vocal vegans, often attend the group’s weekly ‘pig vigils,’ but due to the coronavirus, the Los Angeles chapter of Animal Save has canceled all of its scheduled March vigils.
Aside from the pair’s personal passion being affected by the pandemic panic, the professional side of Mara’s life received a major curve ball on Friday, when Disney abruptly halted her latest film Nightmare Alley.
The remake of the 1947 classic, directed by Guillermo del Toro, joins a slew of Disney’s other live-action films who have had their production’s paused.
A representative for the Walt Disney Co. confirmed that they will ‘continue to assess the situation and restart as soon as feasible.’
No more vigils: The animal rights group LA Animal Save, that holds the weekly vigils Rooney and Joaquin attend, announced that all of their scheduled March vigils would be canceled as a result of pandemic panic; the pair during a vigil in Los Angeles in June of 2019
In July of 2019, Mara became engaged to Phoenix.
The couple originally met on the set of the film Her, but would not begin dating until they were reunited on the set of the 2018 film Mary Magdalene.
Rumors of their potential engagement swirled during the Spring months of 2019 when Rooney was spotted numerous times wearing a ring on that famous finger.
Halt: Aside from the pair’s personal passion being affected by the pandemic panic, the professional side of Mara’s life received a major curve ball on Friday, when Disney abruptly halted her latest film Nightmare Alley; Mara pictured on set in February
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