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Disney star Gregg Sulkin gets nearly naked in underwear shoot (PHOTOS)

Gregg Sulkin is all grown up.

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As if there was any remaining doubt that the star of MTV’s Faking It is well beyond his Disney star days. But if there were, his latest photo shoot would easily put it to rest.

Sulkin stripped down to nothing but a pair of Armani boxer briefs for the super hot desert shoot, and posted the drool-worthy results to his Instagram account.

Despite the definite raunchiness of the shoot, though, Sulkin kept his accompanying interview in Flaunt magazine remarkably PG. Discussing things like his love of sports — “I love football. I’m a massive Arsenal fan and wake up very early on the weekends to watch the matches. I often get noise complaints in hotels because I’ll be screaming at the TV like a nutcase!” — and his desire to play a seriously classic character — “Honestly, Bond. What young bloke doesn’t want to be the classiest badass around?! We will see if it happens, but it’s something I’ve always dreamed of.” — set alongside such insanely hot pics, we can’t help but find his interview a little boring.

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He does fill us in on what’s next for his career, though.

“I am about to start shooting season three of Faking It, which I’m very excited for. It has been a pleasant experience and also an honor to be working on such a groundbreaking show. The cast and crew truly are like my second family and my showrunner Carter Covington is someone who I have the upmost respect for,” he says. “I also have a horror movie coming out called Don’t Hang Up, which should be out in 2016. It’s a movie I’m very proud of. We actually shot it in London, which was an experience, mainly because I booked the job in America, flew to London to shoot a movie that was meant to be based in the States and I had to stay in my American accent the whole time while being in my hometown!”

He continues, “The material was very dark and challenging and I think it’s important as an actor to push yourself outside of your comfort zone.”

Our best advice? Unless you’re a die-hard fan, ogle the pics and skip the interview.

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