I'm going to be honest with you, this list is just an excuse for me to get Alexandra Daddario and Margot Robbie on a list. I've been watching this new HBO show called True Detective and Alexandra Daddario has the most memorable nude debuts that I have ever seen on anything. I mean her body is out of this world, and then you've got Margot Robbie on Wolf of Wall Street, looking fantastic also.
As titillating as the phrase "full frontal nudity" may sound, baring it all on screen is not always a sexy endeavor. Truth be told, nudity can be as frightening for an audience as it is for the thespian tasked with dropping trou see The Shining. Then there's also the gender aspect to consider, the fact that women are more often the ones to bare it all, while shots of naked men on film, for whatever reason, consistently causes a stir.
When tackling their next career move, even A-list celebrities have a lot to consider in regards to what makes the most sense for their professional trajectory. This could mean taking on a role outside of their comfort zone, choosing to "zig" when film audiences expect them to "zag," and, yes, sometimes deciding whether or not to do a movie that requires them to film in nothing but their birthday suit. Baring it all for the big screen may not seem like a major deal today, when so many folks are living what used to be considered private moments across social media for the world to see, but not everyone is so comfortable getting naked for public consumption.
Contrary to how effortless, natural, and erotic they can seem on-screen, Hollywood sex scenes take a great deal of thoughtfulness, hard work, and preparation to create. And since the subject matter of love scenes is so personal, those involved have a variety of tricks and techniques up their sleeves to make scenes convincing for audiences and as comfortable as possible for actors. If you're seeing a naked actor on screen, it's important to know that legal contracts that outlined the details of the nudity were signed prior to the actor accepting the role.
Is there anything better then a super steamy sex scene? Yup, the two get down and dirty while at the pottery wheel. Young Leonardo DiCaprioof course!
In filmmaking, a body double is a person who substitutes in a scene for another actor such that the person's face is not shown. In a recorded visual medium, a body double is used in certain specific shots to replace the credited actor of a character. The body double's face is obscured to maintain the illusion that they are the same character; usually by shooting their body at an angle that leaves their face out such as by showing the body double from the back or in post-production by superimposing the original actor's face over the body double's.
Audiences watched her turn into a young woman on the big screen, and according to Watson, she's often held to a different standard as a result. How come Watson has turned her nose up at the idea? I'm really proud of her. The bilingual actress made her feelings on nudity perfectly clear during the interview, though her opinion on the topic appeared to soften somewhat after 's The Deathly Hallows — Part 2.
Sex scenes are a staple in Hollywood movies and TV shows. Whether the scene is there to enhance a love story, to show a couple's dynamic, or for comedic purposes, many actors are used to them. But there are some celebrities in the industry who refuse to go nude.
Quelle horreur! In Hollywood, dropping trou is par for the course. Some actors seem to carry no hesitation when it comes to getting down and dirty, but others have to be convinced by a scriptdirector, or certain amount of money. Younger, lesser-known stars, however, rarely have that choice, and are often pressured to do whatever it takes to get the scene right.