Olivia Wilde kept her slim body a secret on Saturday as she embarked on an afternoon stroll in the Hollywood Hills.
Instead of a skimpy sports bra, the 39-year-old actress turned director opted for a comfortable Nike Jordan T-shirt and black sweatpants.
Wilde — who recently faced backlash after commenting on Taylor Swift’s love life — carried a red tote bag over her right shoulder and accessorized with sunglasses.
The Don’t Worry Darling author’s gorgeous light brown hair fell to her shoulders and chest beneath a muted yellow baseball cap.
As she focused on directing in recent years, this was Wilde’s last acting roles as Miranda in the podcast series Ad Lucem.
Comfortable: Olivia Wilde kept her slim body under wraps on Saturday as she embarked on an afternoon stroll in the Hollywood Hills
Deadline revealed that Wilde signed on to work on the podcast last May.
The Tron: Legacy actress co-starred with Chris Pine, and the two also served as executive producers on the project.
The cast of the podcast was completed by artists such as Troian Bellisario, Clancy Brown and Fiona Shaw.
Ad Lucem focused on a technology company that launched an AI assistant that expanded beyond its intended capabilities.
The first episode of the podcast series was made available to fans on August 7.
The series lasted a total of nine episodes, with the final installment premiering on September 18.
Pine released a statement to the media stating that he really enjoyed working with Wilde and Shaw.
Sporty: instead of a skimpy sports bra, the 39-year-old actress and director opted for a comfortable Nike Jordan T-shirt and black sweatpants
Hard work: The performer’s most recent role in a project was Miranda in the podcast series Ad Lucem; she is seen in October
Stacked Cast: The Tron: Legacy actress co-starred with Chris Pine, and the two also served as executive producers on the project; he is seen in March
Storyline: Ad Lucem focused on a tech company that launched an AI assistant that expanded beyond its intended capabilities
He said: ‘I’ve had a wonderful time teaming up with QCode and collaborating with the amazing talents Olivia and Fiona on this thought-provoking series.’
The star of the Star Trek film franchise went on to talk about what attracted him to the project.
‘The podcast is extremely relevant to the technological upheavals happening in our lives and questions their impact on real, human connection.’
Pine added that he was “excited to share this moving series with audiences around the world.”