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Here Are All The Blacked Out Tuxes Rocked On The Golden Globes Red Carpet

Hollywood's men stepped out in black to stand with Time's Up and #MeToo

There were tons of gorgeous black gowns and stunning pantsuits worn by women on the 2018 Golden Globe Awards red carpet — and the men showed their solidarity in sharp, black looks of their own, too.

Though the tuxedo is a classic and constant option at awards shows, plenty of guys decided to sport a pin that put a spin on the tried-and-true tux. The badge was meant to highlight their support for Time's Up, the new initiative spearheaded by hundreds of women across the entertainment industry to make sexual harassment, gender disparity, and inequality things of the past in every industry.

Here's a handful of the men who chose to sport darker, dapper ensembles that spoke volumes at the 2018 Globes.

  • Zac Efron
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    The Greatest Showman? More like the Greatest Whoa-man (sorry, the suit made me do it). A breathtaking take on black-on-black and camera-mugging skills in one mustachioed package, courtesy of Zefron.

  • The Stranger Things Kids (l.-r.) Sadie Sink, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp
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    Hawkins' favorite heroes still can't get into an R-rated movie without a chaperone, but they can definitely find their way around a killer closet.

  • David Harbour
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    Chief Hopper deviated from his typically all-khaki wardrobe and opted for all-black instead, along with a Time's Up pin for his satiny lapel.

  • Nick Jonas
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    He not only wore all black, but totally twinned head-to-toe with his date, his brother Joe.

  • Daniel Kaluuya
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    The Get Out star looked sleek in a tux, and that Time's Up pin popped on his lapel, too.

  • Chris Hemsworth
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    Even when he's not in the middle of filming an Avengers scene, Hemsworth looks like a superhero. Look at that Thor-worthy stance.

  • Ansel Elgort
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    Please appreciate how happy nominee Elgort is to be here — along with that "EEEEY" face — in yet another exquisite all-black tuxedo.

  • Timothée Chalamet
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    Chalamet, among the esteemed actors competing in the Best Actor category, switched up the all-black look with a bowtie.

  • Sebastian Stan
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    SO MUCH VELVET ON THIS EXCEPTIONAL DUDE AND I HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO ISSUE WITH THIS.

  • Darren Criss
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    More velvet, which I am also completely and totally fine with, on The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story star Darren Criss.

  • Justin Timberlake
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  • The pop star was there to support his wife, Jessica Biel, who was nominated for her work on limited series The Sinner — and he supported Time's Up with his pin choice, too.

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