Like Cameron Diaz, Bullock waited until she reached her forties to strip for the camera — in the comedy "The Proposal. In an interview with Us magazine, she recalled thinking: "OK, there is no way to shoot this unless you are buck naked. After her provocative leg-crossing scene in the thriller "Basic Instinct," there was no way Stone could demur from shedding her clothes in "Basic Instinct 2," even though the sequel was made 14 years later.
Don't believe everything you see, especially when what you're seeing is a naked celebrity. You may have gawked at one of your favorite actor's naked booty in a particular film, but chances are that booty didn't actually belong to them. It belonged to a body double.
Game of Thrones viewers watched as Arya questioned Gendry about how many women he had slept with. After Arya planted a kiss on Gendry the pair began undressing, with Arya shown topless in the basement of Winterfell. The sex scene received a mixed reception from HBO and Sky Atlantic viewers alike with many remembering Arya's transformation from the sweet girl they saw in season one.
See the professional lookalike for Becks and other celebrities who have decided to butt out of a scene and let a stand-in take their place. A big enough compliment for any bloke to take down the pub and measure against his mates' accomplishments. He was running over some pipes like he was a stuntman.
Game of Thrones star Lena Headey's 'Walk of Shame' made headlines during season five of the show, and generated even more press coverage when it was revealed that HBO employed body double Rebecca Van Cleave to stand in for her. Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister on the award-winning drama, opted out of going naked for the harrowing six-minute sequence "for several reasons" — one of which was so she could fully focus on the emotions in her performance during the sobering scenes. She was also pregnant at the time.
She's not going to sleep with you. And her mother is not impressed. On her Instagram page, it states that she wishes to remain a "virgin until marriage.
Director Brian De Palma gets his Hitchcock on in this juicy, twisted puzzle of a murder mystery. Craig Wasson plays a struggling actor who keeps losing jobs, girlfriends, and several nights' sleep because of his claustrophobia. With no place to crash, his friend offers him an apartment with a huge picture window and telescope.
Please refresh the page and retry. W hen it was released inBrian De Palma's follow-up to Scarface was dismissed as exploitative trash. And that's exactly what he wanted, says Robbie Collin.
The bath water was lukewarm. I was wearing a bikini, my third one of the day because one scene was taking that long — and my mother had warned me years ago about the perils of lounging around in a wet bathing suit. The only thing making me uncomfortable was the conversation taking place behind me. The director and first assistant director were loudly discussing the fact that my wrists looked "vastly different" from the lead actress's, and, as a result, they didn't think the shot was going to work — which technically meant I could be replaced.