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Mark Wahlberg Now Frolicking Around Miami In His Underwear

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But are they Calvin Kleins?

(God, we are old.)

Earlier this month, we brought you news of Mark Wahlberg's "impressively buff" body, which has made appearances in our fair city from the Pain and Gain Sun Gym location in MiMo to the beach where the actor frolicked with his family last week.

And now we're seeing more of him than ever, courtesy of a scene that apparently calls for Marky Mark to strip down to his skivvies and pose awkwardly. Thanks, Michael Bay!

Photos from the scene show Marky Mark licking his lips, hunching over in a weird, possibly groin-grazing stance, and holding an appropriately boxy cellphone to his ear. It's the '90s in the film, remember?

Pain and Gain's team did not respond to confirm where this particular scene was shot. But if you're hoping to catch a glimpse of the once and future underwear model in action, your best bet is the location on South Beach's Purdy Ave., between Dade Blvd. and 20th Street this week. Film permits have been granted for that location, and large trucks are already setting up on site.

In the meantime, check out more toned, bizarre shots of Wahlberg here.

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