Henry Cavill

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We're certainly not complaining, but have ya noticed how much we've been seeing of Henry Cavill's hot body lately?

Whether it's his smooth pecs and abs in Immortals (out on Friday) or his hairier Superman muscles in the upcoming Man of Steel, we're certainly hooked.

But which look does Cavill prefer—waxed within in an inch of his life or something a bit more natural?

Read on to find out what he just told us...

"I gotta say the whole waxing thing has its advantages in that you end up looking more defined, but it is extremely excruciating," Cavill said last night at the Immortals premiere at Nokia Theater L.A. Live. "So I like my hairy chest. I plan on keeping it."

Ya really get a good look at Cavill during a steamy sex scene with Freida Pinto—especially since the movie is in 3-D.

"It's like any sex scene really," he said. "They're wonderful and sexy when you see them onscreen, but when it comes down to the actual act itself, you're in a room full of guys with cameras and it's not a very sexy experience."

Most of the men in Immortals had no choice but to get in shape. "It was full on," said Joseph Morgan, who plays bad guy Lysander. "It was a lot of work. It wasn't just working out, but it was diet as well. It really takes over your life."

Morgan admits he let himself go a little bit after filming, but then he had his work on Vampire Diaries to worry about. "We're on the CW so you have to stay in shape when you're on that network," he laughed. "It's a roulette over there. You never know when your name is going to come up and you're going to be the one shirtless."

Also at last night's premiere were the movie's Kellan Lutz (with actress girlfriend Sharni Vinson), Daniel Sharman, Luke Evans, Isabel Lucas, Stephen Dorff, Mickey Rourke and director Tarsem Singh as well as 50 Cent, Dominic Cooper, Nia Vardalos and Kristin Cavallari.

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