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Dave Franco: 'I'll never get naked for the camera!'

Published 17/08/2016

Dave Franco
Dave Franco

Dave Franco was anxious filming scenes in his underwear with co-star Emma Roberts.

Dave Franco would never show off his manhood like Orlando Bloom.

Earlier this month (Aug16) British actor Orlando was snapped completely nude while paddleboarding on vacation in Sardinia with girlfriend Katy Perry, sending the internet into an uproar.

It’s not something Dave would ever consider doing though, as he admitted on The Kyle and Jackie O show on Wednesday (17Aug16) he feels “mortified” simply being naked by himself.

“I barely want to look at my own d***,” the actor, who’s engaged to actress Alison Brie, he laughed.

“Maybe (Orlando is) proud, he's just letting it out, letting it loose.”

Conversation then turned to Justin Bieber; shortly after the Orlando photos emerged, Justin was snapped showing off his privates in Hawaii, in a move which people suspect was in response to Orlando. The pair has a history after the singer reportedly got involved with the star’s ex-wife Miranda Kerr, while Justin’s ex Selena Gomez is thought to have enjoyed a brief flirtation with Orlando.

“Wow. I mean another situation where he knows that's going to get out there. Who has got the better d***?” he mused.

Dave, 31, strips down to his underwear his new movie Nerve opposite Emma Roberts, 25, but even that proved a challenge for the younger brother of James Franco.

In one scene he and his blonde co-star are seen running through a department store in their smalls, which took two full days to get right.

“I was right there with her, I had to suffer through an underwear scene as well,” he recalled. “I wish that scene had not been in the movie to be honest. That was the scene the two of us were both most anxious about.

“Imagine two full days of being in your underwear in front of 100 crew members.”

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