They're an unlikely duo but David Beckham and Kevin Hart have teamed up for a new H&M campaign. Beckham may have a long history in H&M’s spotlight, but comedian Hart - who doesn’t exactly have a strong modeling past - leads with his distinctly funny foot. In the short 30-second commercial, we see Hart shadow the soccer star as he gears up to play him in a biopic, I, Beckham: The Movie. While this of course is fiction, the chemistry between the pair on camera has all the makings for a new Hollywood bromance.

The duo wear matching outfits from the H&M Modern Essentials range selected by David Beckham for Fall 2015, including a lumberjack shirt, a navy bomber and basic loungewear. The collection will be available in select H&M stores and online from the beginning of October, while the full length video will drop on September 28. Meanwhile, watch David Beckham and James Corden spoof underwear ads.

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