Charlie Hunnam is Totally Okay with Full-Frontal Nudity

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Although he passed on getting down in the red room of pain in Fifty Shades of Grey, that doesn’t mean Charlie Hunnam isn’t down to do full-frontal nudity.

Quite the opposite, in fact.

Hunnam recently expressed to Elle Canada that he’s got no problem with baring it all, telling the magazine, “The level of nudity that I do now, which is taking my shirt off, doesn’t bother me at all. But I have done full frontal before.”

Hunnam is the sexy, often shirtless star of Sons of Anarchy, and though he didn’t ever go fully-nude, he has in the past.

He explained, “I did full frontal when I was 18 on the TV show Queer As Folk. But because I was playing a 15-year-old character, the censorship people wouldn’t allow us to put it on TV.”

“I think when I was young, I was a little bit more fearless with that stuff,” he added. “I don’t know…I’m sure I would; I have nothing to hide.”

There you have it, ladies and gentlemen.

The sexy British blonde is currently working on a multi-film project of Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur, directed by Guy Ritchie.

Ritchie recently posted this first photo of Hunnam as King Arthur, writing:

The synopsis for the upcoming film (slated for June 22, 2016) was also released on Thursday by Warner Brothers:

The bold new story introduces a streetwise young Arthur who runs the back alleys of Londinium with his gang, unaware of the life he was born for until he grasps hold of the sword Excalibur — and with it, his future. Instantly challenged by the power of Excalibur, Arthur is forced to make some hard choices. Throwing in with the Resistance and a mysterious young woman named Guinevere, he must learn to master the sword, face down his demons and unite the people to defeat the tyrant Vortigern, who stole his crown and murdered his parents, and become King.

Knights of the Roundtable will also star Jude Law, Djimon Hounsou, Eric Bana and Astrid Berges-Frisbey.

Read more from Charlie Hunnam’s interview with Elle here.