Josh Brolin posted a snap from between filming scenes for his Amazon Prime show wearing nothing but a cowboy hat and a necklace.
The 55-year-old – who was honored at the Sun Valley Film Festival this month -posted the nude black and white pic on Saturday.
‘Prepping for a scene for Outer Range Season 2. We are taking things in a different direction now,’ he teased in the caption of the post.
‘It’s a shifting world and we have to be sensitive to all. Power of example is everything, so examples we are,’ he added.
‘We aren’t supposed to post photos from the show but this isn’t really during the show, but rather lunch outside in the beautiful Santa Fe desert,’ he concluded.
Birthday suit: Josh Brolin posted a nude snap on Sunday – wearing nothing more than a cowboy hat and a necklace – taken in between filming scenes for his Amazon Prime show
Cheeky: ‘Prepping for a scene for Outer Range Season 2. We are taking things in a different direction now, he captioned the post
Actor Luke Hemsworth commented on the post, writing, ‘Do you know the song “your balls r hangin through the old cane chair?” Hum a few bars and I’ll see if I can pick it up.’
Ryan Hurst quipped, ‘That necklace looks silly.’
Meanwhile, the Goonies star’s wife Kathryn Brolin wrote, ‘Oh I thought they weren’t releasing the poster til later this year!!’
Brolin plays Royal Abbott, a Wyoming rancher fighting for his land and family in the neo-western drama.
Season one served up eight episodes driven by the storyline of the Abbotts dealing with the disappearance of their daughter-in-law Rebecca.
In the midst of handling that, the family also had to fight off the takeover attempt of their land from a nearby ranch.
The cast includes Imogen Poots, Lili Taylor, Tom Pelphrey and Yellowstone’s Will Patton.
Last month, the Sicaro star vented his frustration with the increasing number of school shootings in the U.S. without any meaningful action from lawmakers after the mass shooting at a private Christian school in Nashville.
Western: Brolin plays Royal Abbott, a Wyoming rancher fighting for his land and family in the neo-western drama; seen in a still
Interesting: Season one served up eight episodes driven by the storyline of the Abbotts dealing with the disappearance of their daughter-in-law Rebecca
‘ENOUGH!!!!!!’ Brolin wrote. ‘Whether you’re a “It’s the people not the guns” or a “It’s the guns, not the people” to say that our country is actively doing anything in its power to help avert this absolute random slaughter of our children, categorizes you in either total denial or living some fantasy of ambush that should render you unfit to take care of yourself or others.’
The Avengers actor said that national and local officials have let down the youth of the country in the wake of the latest school shooting.
‘I thought all bets were off when children became targets,’ he said. ‘Whether pedophiles or shooters, end it f***ing now no matter what psychological/sociological manipulative spin any corporation puts on it.
Brolin said he would like to ‘make our country great again by having some people balls reinstated into the “By the people, For the people” system that was intended and has literally been bought out.’
He wrapped up the passionate statement in saying, ‘F*** you, America, for not protecting your children.’
Earlier this month, the Dune actor received the Vision Award – the top accolade at the Sun Valley Film Festival Vision in Idaho.
Past honorees who have received the award include Clint Eastwood, Geena Davis, Ethan Hawke, Gal Gadot, and Amy Poehler.
Brolin was previously nominated for an Academy Award in 2008 for his performance in Milk.
Honored: Earlier this month, the Dune actor received the Vision Award – the top accolade at the Sun Valley Film Festival Vision in Idaho; seen in 2022