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  1. Alan says

    @Fenrox: He’s done full frontal onstage in London and NY, so this isn’t new.

    Re: manscaping generally – it should always be banned. Think of the poor pubic louse – its loosing a home.

  2. Larry says

    I saw him in Equus on Broadway. Yes, he was naked. Yes, it was an incredible performance in a most intense play. Yes, he is quite nice to look at but in the context of the play, the nudity seemed perfectly natural and appropriate. At least as natural as it could be for the actor that played Harry Potter to be naked on stage in front of a theater full of people.

  3. Marc says

    This film looks incredible and that cast is superb. I’m incredibly psyched! And who gives a toss about manscaping or not…. that’s so not the point of the this film, or at least, it’s certainly nothing I care about in deciding whether or not to see this…. and after that trailer, I’m sold.

    And Elizabeth Olsen! God, I love her. One of the best up-and-coming actresses of this generation. She’s brilliant.

  4. says

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about manscaping. I totally get the director’s decision to forbid Radcliffe from getting it done. It really would wreck the 1940s aesthetic for the film for sure.