SHIRTLESS PHOTOS: Wonho strips down to his boxers and trousers in new CALVIN KLEIN underwear ad and photoshoot campaign KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, December 1, 2022

SHIRTLESS PHOTOS: Wonho strips down to his boxers and trousers in new CALVIN KLEIN underwear ad and photoshoot campaign

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Wonho has stripped down to his boxers and trousers in new CALVIN KLEIN underwear ad and photoshoot campaign.

Taking to social media, CALVIN KLEIN, shared the pictures which were taken during Wonho's ads campaign for the brand.

Wonho rocked his CALVIN KLEIN draws while be topless as he showed off his gorgeous body.

In another news, The famed director acknowledged that diversity has become a popular discussion topic, but told editor Rachel Simon that “things either call for things, or they don’t.” He continued:

I remember back when I was a child watching “The Brady Bunch” and they started to get all politically correct, like, OK, let’s have an Asian child and a black — I used to get more offended by that than just — I grew up watching blaxploitation movies, right? And I said, that’s great. I didn’t go like, OK, there should be more white people in these movies.

Tim Burton and Netflix face backlash after viewers of ‘Wednesday’ criticize the series for racist characterizations of its Black characters.

Bianca Barclay, played by Joy Sunday, was portrayed as a mean girl while Iman Marson’s character, Lucas Wilson, was written as a bully.

With”Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” Samuel L. Jackson will be the first black actor to play a leading role in a Burton movie, according to Bustle. “I don’t think it’s any fault of his or his method of storytelling, it’s just how it’s played out,” Jackson told Bustle. “Tim’s a really great guy.”

His defense doesn’t really track. He compares a contrived network television plot line, one that had black and Asian American adopted kids and resulted in a failed spinoff attempt, to blaxploitation, a genre intended to serve as defiant commentary on racism and black empowerment (though a number of films were criticized for perpetuating stereotypes of African Americans). And now Burton’s comments have been met with blowback on social media:

The accusations towards Burton of racism are nothing new, considering comments he made in 2016 regarding representation while promoting Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, responding to off-hand comments by Secret Invasion star Samuel L. Jackson, who claimed he was the only Black person in a Tim Burton film. Burton cited watching The Brady Bunch as a child before suggesting they became politically correct when including Black and Asian characters. Those remarks, among others when addressing Jackson's comments, garnered significant backlash at the time.

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