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Orlando Bloom: Going full-frontal was empowering

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It got so easy "I could brush up behind someone and go, 'Oh, excuse me,' " he says.

He doffs his duds to play a womanizer in the upcoming crime movie Zulu, but Orlando Bloom hasn't always strutted his stuff so willingly.

"Not really. But I got in the best shape of my life for that movie," he tells Elle's January issue. "It was quite amusing walking around set and seeing the crew avert their eyes at first. Then there were a few more people watching playback. (Laughs) I got so comfortable with it I could brush up behind someone and go, 'Oh, excuse me.' "

Was it empowering, asks the mag?

"It was. Dude, it is what it is. It's flesh and bone. It's what we all are."

But Bloom's, uh, swordsman prowess (as evidenced by Pirates of the Caribbean, of course) notwithstanding, the 36-year-old Romeo (on Broadway and off) insists he's not comparable to Hollywood's most legendary swashbuckler.

"I'm sure I was a great disappointment to many women because I wasn't Errol Flynn. I'm me. I think that's got some merit."

However, as for the most important woman in his life thus far, model ex Miranda Kerr, the unabashed Full Monty man keeps things close to the chest.

He remembers the first time he saw her: "Um, I do. I do." Was it love at first sight, asks Elle?"It was a lot of things. And actually, I'd rather not talk about it."

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