Look of the Week: Jeremy Allen White drops his pants for the New York skyline

Whether it be thanks to his big screen projects, breathless paparazzi photos — like those of him pounding the pavement in barely-there shorts, or spending a wholesome afternoon at the farmer’s market — or tabloid headlines, the appetite for actor Jeremy Allen White is, at present, seemingly unquenchable.

But heavy the head that wears the crown, or the tank top. “I didn’t see this in my future necessarily,” White told GQ, oh-so-modestly, of the shoot. “Who grows up thinking, ‘Yeah, I’ll be in a Calvin Klein campaign?’” 안전놀이터

He made it, however. And he’s following in the footsteps of names such as Michael B. Jordan, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Jamie Dornan, BTS’ Jung Kook and Jacob Elordi, to name just a few, all of whom the brand has helped frame as symbols of typical — and yet exceptional — desirable masculinity.신규사이트

Similarly, portrayals of — sometimes toxic — masculinity is White’s bread and butter. In “The Bear,” he plays a tortured, short-tempered (but soft-hearted) chef; his latest gig is A24’s “The Iron Claw” — a pumped-up biopic of the 1980s professional wrestling brothers Kevin, Kerry, David and Michael Von Erich. Both White and his co-star Zac Efron have spoken about the intense physical training required for their roles, including in White’s case, loading on 40 pounds of muscle, according to GQ — some shedded before his Calvin Klein shoot.슬롯게임

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