Kellan Lutz Strips Down For A New Ocean Pacific Ad Campaign


Last September we saw photos of hunk o’ meat Kellan Lutz stripping down to his underwear on the set of a promo photoshoot. Today we get to see the hunk in all his beefy glory in a new set of promo photos for Ocean Pacific sportswear. As the summer temperatures heat up, the clothes begin to come off … which is problematic for a clothing company. Op wisely decided to capitalize on this fact by showcasing models that wear a little of their clothing as possible. Click below to see Kellan and actress Katrina Bowden in the just-released new campaign photos for Op and see just how hot the summer can be.

He is set to star as Tarzan and Hercules in upcoming films. And in newly released images of a shirtless Kellan Lutz, it’s easy to see why. The 28-year-old stripped off his shirt for the latest campaign for OP clothing and swimwear. Standing in a pair of camouflage shorts, the Twilight star flexed his buff body under a cabana. His pumped-up shoulders and chiseled abs might outshine the actual clothing line itself. In another image, he stands behind a bikini-clad Katrina Bowden, who also flaunted her beach-ready body. The 24-year-old actress leaned against a support beam and stretched her svelte torso in a black two-piece swimsuit. Unfortunately, Kellan slipped into a striped T-shirt and grey trousers for a shot on an ice cream truck. The Office star Katrina, however, balanced out a belly-baring bandeau top with a pair of black shorts. But Kellan’s fine form will be projected on silver screens soon enough. The actor stars in the upcoming incarnation of Tarzan, which will be an animated feature released in October. And in another hunky turn, fans can see Kellan star as Hercules in a 3D action adventure in March of 2014.

If memory serves, Kellan has modeled for Op before so the company deffo knows what they are getting from him … and they like it. I have to admit, I’ve always been a fan of Lutz because he just looks so damn smart. I can’t say that I’ve been particularly impressed with his acting prowess up until now but with two big movies coming up, I might change my mind. Until then, I think I will just admire the man for his smarts … and other stuff.