Orlando Bloom has denied he will strip naked for his new theatre role.The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star, who makes his debut in London's West End this month, has laughed off reports he is set to follow in Daniel Radcliffe's footsteps and bare all on stage. Orlando told Britain's Guardian newspaper: "I heard what people are saying about me getting naked for the role. But you've read the play. Where would I possibly get my clothes off in it? It's bizarre."'Harry Potter' star Daniel received rave reviews after stripping off to play a young man who becomes erotically obsessed with a horse in 'Equus'.Orlando, 30, signed up appear in the West End revival of David Storey's play 'In Celebration' because he wanted to be taken seriously as an actor. He explained: "I decided I really needed to do some theatre because I was feeling a bit thin. I've basically been making Pirates movies since I was 25."'In Celebration' - which tells the story of three brothers returning to their northern hometown to celebrate their parents' 40th wedding anniversary - opened at London's Duke of York's Theatre on Wednesday.