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10 Most Awesome & Awkward Mark Walhberg Photos From Pain and Gain…Yes You're Welcome!

Mark Wahlberg

Marky-Mark aka Mark Wahlberg has been pretty busy these days. Not only is he a dad of four, he’s in the midst of filming his new movie Pain and Gain, but look at those guns! Mark Wahlberg has spent a significant of time working on his physique to star as a bodybuilder alongside Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock.

The film is a Michael Bay production and is a black comedy where Wahlberg and Johnson’s characters get, “caught up in an extortion ring and a kidnapping scheme that goes terribly wrong.”

And while the muscly men film in Miami, Florida, there have been a slew of awesome and also awkward photos of Wahlberg taken. Check out ten of our favs right here!

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  • Mark Wahlberg 1 of 10
    Mark Wahlberg
    It's like a flashback to his Calvin Klein modeling days!
  • The Jean Shorts & Vest Combo 2 of 10
    The Jean Shorts & Vest Combo
    He must be getting paid a whole bunch, this outfit is all sorts of awkward.
  • That Chest 3 of 10
    That Chest
    Yes, you are welcome.
  • Warm-up Suit 4 of 10
    Warm-up Suit
    Marky Mark looking very natural wearing a powder blue Adidas warm up suit and mirrored glasses.
  • The Arms 5 of 10
    The Arms
    Yes, you are welcome...again.
  • The Pants 6 of 10
    The Pants
    The wardrobe person, they did a great job on the pants!
  • Business Casual 7 of 10
    Business Casual
    Only Marky-Mark could make this incredibly awkward outfit look kinda hot.
  • Marky Ninja 8 of 10
    Marky Ninja
    Marky Mark going for the ninja look.
  • The Sun 9 of 10
    The Sun
    Even the sun is basking over his very toned and muscular bod!
  • The Smile 10 of 10
    The Smile
    Yeah, he knows he looks silly. But he wears it well! Here is he photographed with co-star Anthony Mackie.
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Photos: PacificCoastNews.com

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