“I’ve erased it from my head.” Orlando Bloom hated her appearance in a very well-known film so much that he preferred to forget her existence.

“I’ve erased it from my head.” Orlando Bloom hated her appearance in a very well-known film so much that he preferred to forget her existence.
“I’ve erased it from my head.” Orlando Bloom hated her appearance in a very well-known film so much that he preferred to forget her existence.

It was quite a Trojan horse, so to speak, and he ended up not wanting to continue growing in Hollywood

At the beginning of the 21st century, and suddenly, the world began to adore Orlando Bloom. The actor seemed to come out of nowhere with ‘The Fellowship of the Ring’, and His next film only helped the myth grow.: ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’. And then, in his eagerness to seek new milestones and carve out an even bigger niche in Hollywood, at the age of 27 he participated alongside Brad Pitt and Eric Bana in ‘Troy’. AND He didn’t exactly leave the experience happy.

I, Troy

And in a Variety video of the ‘Know Their Lines’ saga, Bloom went completely blank when faced with a phrase from the film, stating “Oh my god, ‘Troy.’ Wow. I think I’ve erased that movie from my head.. It may have been a success, but it certainly wasn’t a success in her heart.

“A lot of people love that movie, but, for me, playing that character was like cutting my own throat. Can I say these things? I didn’t want to do the movie. I didn’t want to do that character. The movie was great, but how was I going to do it?” to play Paris? Was it against everything I felt in my being?

Furthermore, Bloom gives a very specific example of what he is referring to: “At one point he says that Paris He crawls on the ground after being beaten by someone and holds on to his brother’s leg. I thought ‘I’m not going to be able to do this.’ One of my agents at the time said ‘But that’s the moment that will make the difference!’. And I fell because of that phrase from an agent. “I think that’s why I erased it from my head.”.

What’s more, he adds that at the time of presenting it in Cannes he was “very insecure and very sad”, wondering if his life from that moment on would be one of non-stop paparazzi and press harassing him. Brad Pitt was the one who calmed him down saying “I’ve heard some things and I want you to know that you’re one of us now. Don’t let it get to you. Since then, Bloom has significantly reduced the volume of blockbusters. Because tranquility, as that one said, is what is valued most.

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