Hot or nude scenes have long been an indispensable spice in the film industry. Many movies only need a famous beauty to reveal her sensitive parts for a few seconds to bring in huge revenue. However, not all stars want to make money in spite of or accept nude scenes that are too forced or objectionable.
Jennifer Lopez used to have many hot scenes in Hustlers (2019). However, the vocalist On the Floor only accepts nudity if it is really reasonable. In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in 2018, she recounted her experience in Hollywood: “I have not been abused like many other actresses. But there was a director who asked me to take off my shirt and show my breasts on film. I I didn’t want to. And when I reacted, my heart skipped a beat. Because this was one of my first films and I knew the director was the one who hired me. However, I still refused to take it off until the end. “.
Mary Louise Parker
In 2009, Mary Louise Parker gave an interview to More Magazine about the nude scene in the bathtub in the Weeds series. She said: “I know I don’t have to be naked. I didn’t fight to the end and now I feel bitter. I know people will flock to the Internet to have their genitals examined. I didn’t shoot that scene”.
The nude scenes in Game of Thrones contributed to Emilia Clarke becoming an A-list Hollywood star. However, she herself did not like them. In an episode of the Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard podcast, “Mother of Dragons” recounted the pressure to take off her clothes in the early seasons: “I’ve become a lot more knowledgeable about what I’m comfortable with: And I could. I had a fight with the director because I didn’t want to be naked anymore. But they used Game of Thrones fans to pressure me, and I had to swear in their faces.”
Megan Fox was once considered a “sex symbol” of Hollywood because of her hot body. However, she did not want to show off her body indiscriminately. The Transfromers star told The Sun in 2016: “I got an offer to star in an upcoming HBO project that revolves around the life of a prostitute and does it have a lot of very visual sex scenes. It’s like a porn movie.” She thinks this script is an insult to women and no actress should accept it.
Natalie Portman is famous for choosing a script very carefully. However, she revealed to Parade Magazine in 2003: “I’m really sorry that I didn’t listen to my intuition. From now on, I will trust myself more and fight to the end. Sometimes, The strongest thing you can do is say no.At first, audiences assumed she was referring to the nudity scene in the short Hotel Chevalier (2007) but in reality it was Goya’s Ghosts (2006).
Rebel Wilson made a rule not to allow herself to do nude scenes. However, many Hollywood directors still try to “circle the law”. She told Marie Claire UK in 2016: “When filming The Brothers Grimsby (2016), they wanted my character to have nudity, but the contract specifically said no. So they hired a stripper. the South Africans to stand in for me and make her do all sorts of things. They even showed it to me and said it was too easy. But I absolutely refused.”
Everyone knows the scene in Basic Instict (1992) when Sharon Stone crosses her legs and exposes her most sensitive part for a few short seconds. However, the back story is much scarier. Stone said on The Talk in 2014: “When filming the scene, director Paul Verhoeven said that people would see the color of white underwear and wanted me to take it off. I agreed, but asked to cover up so that no one could see. But when I was sitting in the theater watching this scene, I was really shocked.After the movie ended, I slapped Paul in the face and said he should have let me see it first instead. cheat like that”.
The screening of Titanic (1997) in 3D in 2012 left Kate Winslet heartbroken. The star born in 1975 told The Sun about the hot scenes in: “I won’t watch those scenes. When I get to that part, I will go to the bar to sit. I wish I didn’t show too much skin but when I was young then and wanted to prove many things.”
Jessica Brown Findlay
In 2013, Jessica Brown Findlay told Radio Times about the scene showing her breasts at a grocery store in Albatross (2011): “Honestly, I was still very naive back then and didn’t know that I could give up. denied. I didn’t know what was going to happen and thought that the scene was only filmed in the back. This is something that will never happen again.”
Halle Berry has a pretty “unpretentious” topless scene in Swordfish (2001). In an interview with Cinema.com, the former Miss America said: “I don’t think nudity is necessary. I think you can make any movie without showing your skin. That’s your right. About The scene was shot in the film, Berry said: “The scene was written in the script and when I got the role, they said it’s the character’s personality and I have no right to ask that it be removed.”