Marky Mark's still got it! Wahlberg shows off his physique in a tight pair of boxers... more than two decades after his Calvin Klein days



By Emily Sheridan

That's just pants: Mark Wahlberg films a scene in just his underwear for his new movie Pain And Gain in Miami

Twenty one years after winning over fans in the Calvin Klein advertisements, Mark Wahlberg is back in his pants.

Despite being a married father-of-four in his Forties, the actor is looking just as good in his underwear.

The Departed star, 40, showed off his impressive ripped physique - and his famous lunchbox - as he filmed scenes in just his underwear for his latest movie.

The actor is currently filming black comedy Pain And Gain in Miami, Florida, which isn't due for release until next year.

The film stars Wahlberg and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as 'a couple of Florida steroid-abusing knucklehead bodybuilders who become criminals involved in an extortion ring and a kidnapping plot that goes horribly awry'.

The comedy, directed by Michael Bay, also stars Ed Harris, Ken Jeong, and Tony Shalhoub and is based on a real-life events.

Buns of steel: No doubt the actor's female fans will be looking forward to seeing these sexy scenes

No doubt, Wahlberg's fans of both sexes will be looking forward to seeing the film after this sneak peek.

Wahlberg was a rapper when he was signed to become the face of Calvin Klein underwear in the early Nineties.

He starred alongside the Herb Ritts campaign alongside then-newcomer Kate Moss, who posed topless alongside him.

Well built: Wahlberg has obviously been hitting the gym for his realistic portrayal of a bodybuilder

In an interview a few years ago, Wahlberg admitted his manhood still received a lot of attention in public toilets due to his Boogie Nights role.

He said: 'It’s always a little embarrassing when I take a p**s in a bar, because guys are trying to check me out.

'That’s always a little weird. People are still obsessed with my size.'

Hunk: A young Wahlberg poses in one the Calvin Klein underwear advertisements in the early Nineties


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