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OMGTotal Hottie! ’13 Reasons Why’ Alum Ross Butler’s Best Shirtless Photos

Ever since he starred in Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, Ross Butler has stolen our hearts! Of course, the actor also played Reggie Mantle in season 1 of Riverdale and also nabbed roles in Teen Wolf, K.C. Undercover and the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before flicks, but playing Zack Dempsey in all four seasons of the streaming service’s fan-favorite series, is what really put him (and his abs) on the map.
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Shazam! Fury of the Gods: Ross Butler Teases New Costumes for Sequel

Shazam! Fury of the Gods is heading into production and we are especially excited to see the return of the Shazamily. Billy Batson and his foster siblings are each played by two actors, which was revealed when the end of the first movie featured some great stars as the superhero versions of the young characters. We're certainly hoping to see more of everyone in the sequel and check out their new looks. In fact, Ross Butler, who plays the superhero version of Eugene, took to Instagram this week to tease new hero suits. The actor was doing a post in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and decided to give a little Shazam tease.
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Ross Butler Heads Out After a Workout in West Hollywood

Ross Butler is staying in shape. The 30-year-old 13 Reasons Why star was seen stepping out from the gym after his daily workout session on Saturday (March 27) during a sunny afternoon in West Hollywood, Calif. Ross was seen sporting a tank top, shorts, a hat and a face mask...
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17 Questions With Ross Butler

You know Ross Butler from some of your favorite shows — from Zach Dempsey from 13 Reasons Why to Trevor in To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and To All the Boys: Always and Forever. Naturally, we had to ask him 17 questions and did not hold back. From his friendship with Noah Centineo, his own promposal, to the most romantic thing he's ever done (yeah, it's cute), watch Ross answer all of our questions in the video above.
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To All the Boys' Ross Butler on the Impact of Asian American Stories in Hollywood

"I feel like Asian Americans finally have a platform where we can express ourselves." While teen dramas have been a mainstay of Hollywood for generations, the latest entries are challenging familiar formulas. "I grew up in the nineties and teen dramas back then were completely different than teen dramas now," says Ross Butler, who knows a thing or two about teen-driven content. He's starred in massive TV hits like Riverdale, 13 Reasons Why and the To All the Boys movies. "What people in middle America see represents culture for the rest of the world; it's what international people see as America." That exposure helps break down stereotypes. "All the white girls in middle America see that Asian guys can be seen as attractive." Continuing to challenge perceptions, Butler will be part of the mostly Asian American cast of Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney+, premiering March 5). "Disney really does take it to the forefront. They put their foot forward and really try and make a difference." The significance of the roles Butler has taken on, he says, has inspired him "to take a stand creatively" and to "choose things that I think will have an impact or will lead culture."

Ross Butler 'feels pressure' for Shazam! sequel

Ross Butler feels a "little bit of pressure" for 'Shazam! Fury of the Gods'. The 30-year-old actor is set to reprise his role as the adult Eugene Choi in the superhero sequel and accepts that expectations are higher after the positive reaction to the first movie. Asked if he was...

Ross Butler on 'To All the Boys: Always and Forever', Breaking Stereotypes in Representation, and the ‘Shazam!’ Sequel

Based on the novels by Jenny Han, the Netflix original romantic dramedy franchise about Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and her beloved Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) concludes its trilogy with To All the Boys: Always and Forever, with the two preparing for the end of high school as they figure out what comes next. With graduation nearing and Lara Jean faced with figuring out whether she’s truly following her dreams or trying to make others happy, she’ll have to make important decisions that will ultimately change her life.
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The 6 Things Keeping Ross Butler Sane Right Now

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Every week, Vogue will be spotlighting tastemakers across industries to hear how they’ve been approaching self-care during the coronavirus pandemic. We asked actor Ross Butler who stars in the romantic comedy To All the Boys: Always and Forever, out today just in time for Valentine’s Day. It marks the third and final installment of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Trilogy. Here, Butler shares how he is keeping sane.