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April 13, 2020

Marlon Wayans of 'Scary Movie' Fame Poses in All-Black Look with Beige Jacket in a New Photo

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The comedian and actor is really missing dressing up after weeks spent in self-isolation and home, taking to social media to showcase his style, to his fans' delight.

47-year-old multitalented star Marlon Wayans took to his Instagram feed on April 8, 2020, to share his frustration for not being able to go out of his home due to the restrictions to avoid the spreading of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Wearing a light brown leather jacket on top of an all-black ensemble, apart from cowboy boots and sunglasses, the actor posed casually against a brick wall and looked to a side just like a fashion model, captioning the image this way:

“Waiting for Covid to be over so I can dress again... this sweatpants life is killing me.”

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FANS REACT

The post was greatly received by Wayans many fans and followers in social media, earning more than 32.000 likes in less than 24 hours, apart from getting several compliments in the comments section of the post.

“Yeah cause you looking real sexy right there, Marlon. I'm just saying,” wrote an admirer, with another person admitting that, “Marlon got swag.”

“Powerful black king right here.  I grew up watchin you and I’m only 16, man,” shared a third person.

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A SERIOUS ISSUE

As used as we all are to Wayans being hilarious as a performer, he recently took a moment to address the coronavirus pandemic in a previous Instagram post, on which he stressed out how vulnerable the African American community was.

“This message is for everyone but especially black folks. Covid is hitting our community at a 7 to 1 ratio. Please stay home and wash your hands often. LOVE YOU ALL,” the “Little Man” star captioned his video message.

On April 7, the same day when Wayans warned his audience about this, Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the White House officials working on the coronavirus task force is hitting African Americans disproportionately. 

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“It’s not that [African Americans] are getting infected more often. It’s that when they do get infected, their underlying medical conditions wind them up in the ICU,” Fauci explained in a press conference.

MOVING ON TO DRAMA FILMS

Even since his professional breakthrough in the sitcom “The Wayans Bros.” on which he starred with his brother Shawn, Marlon has been mostly known as a comedy actor. 

But as early as 2000, Marlon proved that he could also do a great job as an actor in a drama, with his remarkable performance in “Requiem for a Dream,” on which he co-starred with Jared Leto.

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Most recently, Marlon was cast in the biographical drama film “Respect,” about the life of late soul legend Aretha Franklin, on which he played the role of Ted White, Franklin’s husband from 1961 to 1969.

The film was wrapped in mid-March, and is currently in post-production, originally set to premiere sometime in 2020, although it wouldn’t surprise us if it gets delayed because of the coronavirus situation. 

TEASING HIS CO-STAR

On March 13, right before the entire country started to practice social distancing, Marlon enjoyed a wrap party with actress and singer Jennifer Hudson, who plays Franklin in the film, and he had a hilarious way to show his admiration for her.

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on Marlon’s Instagram feed, we can see Hudson singing “Ain’t No Way” with some relatives, and she gives a fantastic performance until the funnyman interrupted her by pulling down his pants.

“This woman sang my drawers off,” Marlon captioned the clip, apart from calling Hudson the “best karaoke singer ever.” 

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