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The Cast of “Moonlight” Posed for Calvin Klein’s Spring ’17 Underwear Collection



The cast of Moonlight made us forget about the Oscars 2017 Best Picture awkwardness by stripping down to their underwear for Calvin Klein’s latest ad campaign. Yes, the world got to wake up to find  Trevante Rhodes, Mahershala Ali, Ashton Sanders and even cutie-pie 12-year-old Alex Hibbert are the faces and bodies of Calvin Klein’s Spring ’17 men’s underwear campaign shot by Willy Vanderperre.

Rhodes might take the cake, the former track-and-field sprinter, looks smoking hot in a pair of briefs. For his big moment, he sits seductively in a chair while baring his washboard abs and throwing back a laugh. 

Ali, 43, also gave us some eye candy. The new dad, who took home the award for best supporting actor for his performance in the drama and also became the first-ever Muslim to win an Oscar, showcases his own six-pack while teasingly taking off a black T-shirt in a pair of briefs.

Yes!, we see you too, Sanders. The 21-year-old hunk put his built frame on display by lounging across a couch in, again, just a pair of sexy black briefs. Even 12 year old Alex was not left out of the action. Wearing the 100% cotton crew neck t-shirt, he got to show off his arms!

The Men were also fully suited in Calvin Klein at the Oscars 2017

Source: Us weekly|Photo Credit: Calvin Klein



    February 28, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    Dunno why but i felt kind of relieved when i saw the 12 year was not photographed wearing them briefs. But that 21 year-old though….yeah, the lanky boy on the couch; He looks so vulnerable, like an innocent-looking hustling boy rich vicious men or wealthy bored older women would like to have a “good time” with.
    I know my comment has a perveted side to it…..
    Other than that, black men can look damn smoking in suits, if well tailored and properly fitted.

    • Seriously

      February 28, 2017 at 1:01 pm

      Well, Calvin Klein is gay, Moonlight is a movie about discovery and a man accepting his chosen sexuality. It makes sense to market the same agenda through posing in under wears. I think at least 3 of the actors are gay in real life.
      I’m not impressed with all these recent movies, shows directed by black men. From Tyler Perry, Lee Daniel, writer of “dear white people” and now this one all have underlining message of feminization of black men. There are so many uplifting, thought provoking, topics black men can focus on. Ava Duvaney is a black woman using her platform to bring great things to life like “Selma” to her documentary 13th an eye opening into the justice system.

    • Fifi

      February 28, 2017 at 3:11 pm

      Be quiet, so playing a homosexual means one is in real life, even if they are is it you they are screwing. Black people and forever hiding things in the closet, homosexuality is taboo, mental health taboo, women empowerment taboo,jeeezzz luiseee

    • Sherlie Holmes

      February 28, 2017 at 3:11 pm

      LOL ahh ahhhn…Ali is married, Travante is not gay, I don’t think the 21-yr old is…and the 12-yr old I doubt is gay. Who are the 3 please? SMH…

    • tunmi

      March 1, 2017 at 8:36 pm

      I liked your comment and I agree with the first half. But please stop the the “feminization of black men” trope. Wait, what is wrong with being feminine? What is wrong with men being feminine? Please let them be. If it means more communication and a better mental and emotional health, please be fucking feminine.

  2. EC

    February 28, 2017 at 12:36 pm

    Ah ah candy candy ????

  3. Anon

    March 1, 2017 at 12:27 am

    Little, Chiron and Black…

  4. kay

    March 1, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Ali sha.. cute af

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