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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2005 7:25 am
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We probably already have this thread somewhere, but it would take a while to find it and bump it.

Anybody got any? I don't have time to look right now, but I have a few quotes on the nude scene discussion board I'll post tomorrow.

It's especially fun when they say one thing about the nude scene at the time, and then another later on (like Phoebe Cates).


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What did Cates say and where is the nude scene discussion board?


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I saw Teri Hatcher discussing her FF nude scene. She said she was on a balcony and looked over to see people in the house next door, watching the scene. Other than that she seemed at ease with it - no denial or disclaimers.


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Blanchard Ryan on nude scene in Open Water

A Surprising Nude Scene

"Before we got to the callback stage, after the original audition,
[filmmakers] Chris [Kentis] and Laura [Lau] sat us down and
said, `This is non-negotiable. There's going to be nudity, there's
going to be swimming with sharks, there's going to be long days in
the water, and not many creature comforts, and if you aren't
comfortable with any or all of that, we totally understand that, but
don't go forward in the auditioning process, because that's non-
negotiable.' So it was odd. I was like, `Okay, that's fine' and I
hadn't been offered the part or anything yet, and then when I was
offered the part, that had already been negotiated. So it was an
interesting thing. Everyone says, `How did they talk you into
that?'"

Integral Nudity

"We had to show that they were a little disconnected from each
other; they love each other, but just never spend any time together.
They're workaholics. My thing about the nudity is that nudity is
never `necessary.' Never. They put it in because guys like to see
naked girls or whatever. I don't believe that there's ever `I did it
for artistic reasons.' I don't think that there is an artistic
reason for it, but I don't mind it and I think it worked. I think
it's a good shock. The beginning sequence can be kind of, `Okay,
we're watching, we're with you, but what's going on here?' I think
it's sort of an interesting jolt. Like you're saying, it is
unexpected. And I don't like when couples who have been together for
a long time go to bed in their pajamas on a tropical vacation. I
mean, the air conditioner's broken, I think it makes total sense. I
feel very comfortable with it. I mean, I don't walk around like
that, but when you've been with your boyfriend for a long time... I
don't think it's necessary, but I don't have a problem with it. I
was nervous as all get-out. We drank a bottle of vodka before it,
and I have never done that before, and hope I will never have to do
it again, but you know, for this film, it is what it is."


Q: Which is scarier: the sharks or the nudity?

DT: It was a little awkward for me because we were friends before. I
know her boyfriend.

BR: I will say that at the time, I wasn't worried about the nudity
at all. I never thought anyone would see this movie - a solo-
independent movie that four people were making. I wasn't worried
about that at all. I knew Daniel already and Chris and Laura [Lau]
were a married couple so it really wasn't that big a deal. Now, it's
horrifying. The sharks, at the time, were horrifying and I was
absolutely terrified of them. But now, I'm all proud of it because I
did it, and it's gone and in the past. So it's completely flipped
for me. Now, it's like my doorman, my uncle [will see it] and I'm
like, "Oh my god." But what can I do? I'm fine with it. My dad's all
right with it.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2005 10:49 pm
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Nude scene discussion board:

it's pretty dormant right now. But, there is a pretty good archive of messages.


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Kate Winslet
"Every time I shoot a nude scene, there's fear, panic and paranoia--
I hate it. But any nudity I've done has been right for the film."

From New York Daily News Article Aug 26/2000

Nudity is another issue that young actresses constantly face. Kate
Hudson, who has been acting professionally for four years, has
finally dealt with the question in "Almost Famous."
"I have a little nudity in it," she said. "There's no problem if
it's done tastefully. Glimpses are sometimes okay. It brings a
reality to the film, and we can all relate."

But she's well aware of the dangers of being exploited.

"If you're exposing yourself and it's unimportant, what are you
doing?" she said. "It's silly. I'll never forget Susan Sarandon
saying, 'Your nipples will always upstage you.' A lot of young women
are pressured to do it because they don't have the talent. If you
believe in what you have T&A then use it. A lot do. If you don't
have anything else to offer, take off your clothes. You'll get paid,
and your career will be over."

Well, maybe it won't be over, but it might be different. Tara Reid
puts it this way: "I guess a lot of actresses just want to get the
job. It doesn't necessarily pay off. I'd rather be a Jodie Foster
than a Pamela Lee. It depends on how seriously you want to be taken.
"I had a nude scene in 'Body Shots.' The only reason I did it was
because my character was getting raped. I'd never do a scene where
my character takes off her shirt for no reason, for just a little
T&A. That's stupid. That's exploiting yourself. I pass on a lot of
movies where they want me to do nude stuff where it's not necessary
for the role. It makes a film cheesy."

Thora Birch handled the nudity question in "American Beauty" by
taking off her shirt and showing that, indeed, she was no longer the
little girl who played with monkeys in "Monkey Trouble" or climbed
trees in "Paradise." She has no regrets.

"It wasn't your average nudity shot where afterward you get up and
go to the bathroom," she said. "I just thought what she was doing at
that exact point made sense. I didn't think of it as a career
move 'Omigod, they'll see me grown up!'"

As far as Birch is concerned, her decision to show her breasts was
an artistic one.
For Kimberly Williams, 28, it was a career move. "It's fun to see
little girls and young women get this gooey look in
their eye after seeing 'Father of the Bride,'" she said, "but I
thought it was time to do some edgier stuff. In 'Simpatico,' I
played a young Sharon Stone. It was my first very brutal sex scene.
Then, in 'Elephant Juice,' I finally did nudity. It was very brief
and tasteful. It was a big risk for me, but I really believed in the
director and the part.

"I wasn't ready before, and I don't want to make it a regular
practice, but I had to prove that I'm capable of doing other things."

Scary Experience

For Thandie Newton, recently feted for her performance in "Mission:
Impossible 2," taking off her clothes used to be a given.
"I thought being uninhibited about my body in films was an asset,"
she said. "I didn't feel concerned about nudity."
As a result, she appeared in various stages of undress in such films
as "Jefferson in Paris" and "The Journey of August King."
Then she met husband-to-be Oliver Parker. "After that, I had a
completely different attitude," Newton said. "I valued my body more.
When I met someone who gave me the sacredness of my own self, I
decided I didn't have to do nude scenes."

Michelle Williams became a teen idol overnight on the WB's "Dawson's
Creek" and soon will be seen in the film "Prozac Nation." Doing a
nude scene in the Off-Broadway play "Killer Joe" transformed her,
she said.
"It was the best experience of my life, and it was very scary, too,"
Williams said. "It changed how I looked at my past and my future. It
was hugely impactful.
"The role forced me into serious introspection and self-
examination. I had to accept all the things I found inside me,
things that scared me that were ugly and vile about me. I knew I'd
be challenged, but it taught me in a more physical actor sense. I
feel more comfortable in my own skin now."

Self-realization is one thing, but being selective seems to be the
key. In any case, there are usually profound artistic differences
between baring all for a New York theater audience and stripping for
an exploitative Hollywood movie.

Regarding Phoebe Cates: at the time of the nude scene she said she had no problem with it. Later she said it was horrible. Same thing with Jennifer Ehle. I'll try and find the exact quotes.


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Alexis Dziena

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This is a direct link to a free article on playboy so it should be fine.



Quote:
Playboy.com: Was it scary being so exposed for such a prolonged nude scene in Broken Flowers?

Alexis Dziena: It was a lot scarier in concept than it was in actuality. It was kind of fun.

Playboy.com: How did you prepare for that unforgettable nude scene? Any special diet?

Dziena: How do you really prepare for that kind of thing? You just go out there and, after the first take you realize it's not that bad. I wasn't all that nervous because it wasn't the first day on set when I had to be naked. I knew everyone and it was such a playful atmosphere. It felt more like make-believe than this big, scary moment. As far as eating, we were eating Mexican food every day. Bill would take the crew out to this little Mexican restaurant, so it was pretty much a diet of guacamole and chips.


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So, Cine File asked Dziena, how did Bill Murray — the man, not the character — react to seeing so much of her?

"I can't really answer," she says with a girlish giggle. "Probably he was feeling whatever he portrayed on screen."

And how did Dziena (pronounced Da-zeena) feel seeing herself naked on the big screen?

"My manager and my mom were sitting next to me, and I was biting my manager's hand and putting my foot in my mom's lap," she confesses.

"Then it was over, and I said it wasn't so bad. It's a lot scarier in concept."

Also, I cannot find the link,but I remember reading that Bryce Dallas Howard was not that concerned that her father would see her naked on screen in Manderlay,because he had already seen her fully naked when she was doing theatre in college. When I read that I was thinking that it was a shame someone did not bring a camera into the theatre.


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whitecaps wrote:
Blanchard Ryan on nude scene in Open Water

A Surprising Nude Scene

"Before we got to the callback stage, after the original audition,
[filmmakers] Chris [Kentis] and Laura [Lau] sat us down and
said, `This is non-negotiable. There's going to be nudity, there's
going to be swimming with sharks, there's going to be long days in
the water, and not many creature comforts, and if you aren't
comfortable with any or all of that, we totally understand that, but
don't go forward in the auditioning process, because that's non-
negotiable.' So it was odd. I was like, `Okay, that's fine' and I
hadn't been offered the part or anything yet, and then when I was
offered the part, that had already been negotiated. So it was an
interesting thing. Everyone says, `How did they talk you into
that?'"


When the nude scene arrives on the DVD commentary track Blanchard Ryan pretty well tells everyone else to shut up about it and she sounds quite embarrased about it all.


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The In Crowd - Susan Ward during the commentary track. First nude scene - she and Lori Huering are laughing about it - saying she always gets naked at a friend's house. Then she says "I just wanted you to look at my breasts."
When the guy comes in, she talks about the tricky move she makes, walking out with her blouse open and see-through. One of them says in a fake voice "Can you see through my shirt?"
She seemed more uncomfortable with the second scene - saying that the guy was sexy but was an older man, and he got to keep his clothes on but hers came off. She said she was giving her parents the "Airplane version" of the movie.
She talked about the hot dress and then "off it comes". When the man's kisses went all the way down the open front (stopped just short of showing kissing/full-frontal) she wasn't making any comment at all.


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Halle Berry
Halle Berry bares her soul
By BRUCE KIRKLAND -- Sun Media

Flashing her bodacious bosoms in the thriller Swordfish was the best
thing she ever did in her career, Halle Berry said yesterday.

"Absolutely!" she told Sun Media in an interview yesterday. Berry was
on the Toronto stop of a multi-city publicity tour for Perfect
Stranger, a new erotic thriller set for an April release.

"You know, I did that gratuitous scene and I knew it was gratuitous.
And I did it because I needed to do it. I needed to face a fear."

In the 2001 film, the drop-dead gorgeous Berry sits in a bikini
bottom reading a book. As Hugh Jackman approaches, she drops the book
to reveal her orbs.

"That was one of the things that drew me toward it," Berry said. "It
gave me a chance to face this thing called nudity that I was afraid
of.

"In my life, I'm okay with the naked body and I'm fine when other
people are nude. But I had to get over the hangup of, 'What will
people say about me, or what will they think about me, if I decide to
bare myself?'


"So I did it just for that reason. To do it in a big, gratuitous
way: 'Let's see the tits and move on!'

"And I didn't know this, but somehow the universe was bringing that
to me because Monster's Ball was coming. And I never would have been
able to do that if I had not had this gratuitous little moment in the
movie right before."

In 2001's Monster's Ball, Berry brazenly went into risque territory
with Billy Bob Thornton. It is a raw, primal, racially charged film.
Her stunning performance earned Berry an Oscar, making her the first
of African heritage to win the best-actress prize.

Yet that Oscar never would have been hers if not for that silly scene
in Swordfish, Berry said yesterday. Otherwise, she would have turned
Marc Forster down on Monster's Ball.

"I would have been too inhibited, and I wouldn't have gone through
the media scrutiny. But I had just been through it: 'My tits are out!
We've talked about it!' So I felt safe going even further, and I
thought that role called for it and I thought it was justified and it
was not gratuitous.

"So now I approach roles and I'm no longer afraid of nudity, if a
role calls for it. I'm not afraid of nudity. It just didn't come up
in this movie (Perfect Stranger)."

The Cleveland-born Berry, a former beauty queen, is now 40. She still
has the translucent skin of a teenager yet the regal bearing of a
woman. So she is a Hollywood dream doll.

In Perfect Stranger, director James Foley plays with that image by
layering in complexity. Berry plays a New York celebrity journalist
who tries to disgrace rich, powerful men who stray.

On screen, Berry teases. You see her naked in a shower -- but the
steam obscures her body. You see her half-naked getting dressed --
but only from the back. You see her vamping Giovanni Robisi, Gary
Dourdan and Bruce Willis.

It's all about eroticism, not the sex act, Berry said. "It's not
seeing the act, it is fantasizing about it, right?"

So Perfect Stranger is an erotic thriller without explicit sex
scenes. "To have sex would have been attacking the intelligence of
audiences today," Berry said. "They don't need that."

But her character uses the tease to manipulate men, Berry said.

"And that's fun: To have a character who encompasses that side of who
we are as women. To be in touch with your sexuality. And to be a
woman who knows the effect of her sexuality on the male species. And
makes no excuses for it!"

Hey, nobody's purr-fect, and Halle can admit it

Halle Berry knows how to laugh at herself -- even when the wolves are
out and trying to tear her to pieces.

That's why she showed up at the 2005 Razzie Awards to accept the
abuse for the now legendary Catwoman, a fiasco that earned her the
dubious distinction as worst actress of 2004.

"I loved Catwoman!" Berry said with a laugh yesterday in Toronto. So
she makes no apologies now for donning her leathers and prowling the
streets.

"You have to take risks," she said. "But I have to say: Going there
(to the Razzies) and putting that to bed, and taking responsiblity
and taking the criticism and laughing at myself, was the most
empowering things for me to do.

"And the applause I got for showing up there was as thunderous and as
meaningful as in any place I'd ever shown up at before."

That includes the 2002 Oscars, when she was named best actress for
2001's Monster's Ball.

"I felt that I was there for a good reason," Berry said of "getting"
the tongue-in-cheek tone of the Razzies, which send up Hollywood.

"It was actually a good thing and I thought I was going to start a
trend of actors showing up. But I guess not. (Sharon Stone did not
bother going this year.) Yet it is a cool thing to do!"


Nora Jane Noone
When first sighted in The Magdalene Sisters, Nora-Jane Noone burns up
the screen: Cheeks flushed, eyes ablaze, finger in her half-smiling
mouth, she is sexual catnip to the boys ogling her.

"Actually, that was my first day on the set," the 19-year-old
confesses, "and I had my finger in my mouth because I was biting my
nails, I was so nervous." Despite having no professional credits,
Noone snagged the role of the feisty Bernadette at an audition in her
hometown of Galway, Ireland, when director Peter Mullan recognized
her emotional range. The fact-based film about Ireland's Magdalene
laundries--virtual prisons sponsored by the Catholic church,
where "dishonored" women toiled to atone for their "sins"--went on to
capture the Golden Lion at last year's Venice Film Festival, and
denunciation by clerics.

To tap into Bernadette's fury, Noone evoked injustices from her
past, "when I would have really liked to let rip." She also agreed to
do a nude scene to convey the full horror of the Magdalenes. "My
family was very supportive. My-mother said, 'If you can't show your
body when you're young, when can you?"' Raised a Catholic, Noone
never felt she was betraying her own: "The film is really about the
abuse of power and the degrading treatment of women. If I didn't do
it, I'd be kickin' myself."


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Sophia Myles

Question: How trepidatious were you about doing something like "Art School Confidential", which required you to bare more then just your soul?

Sophia Myles: Terrified. I was...I mean I had a no nudity clause for "Tristan and Isolde" because I didn't think it was appropriate I didn't think you needed to see anymore than you see to believe that we were in love or making love and quite often you see so much gratuitous nudity in films, especially from women, and my body is a very kind of precious thing to me. So when I was first sent the script and I opened it and flicked through it, and it says 'she enters and she disrobes' I thought no way and threw it across the other side of the room. I didn't really know who Terry Zwigoff was at this point and then it was actually James Franco who told me Terry Zwigoff is really good and you should think about that and I said 'no, no, no, no I couldn't possibly'. Apparently Terry scoured the country and I think other parts of the world...he is very, very picky about his casting and the producer had apparently got him by the throat and said 'look just tell us what you want'. There was about two weeks left before shooting and he said 'I don't know maybe like a young Kate Winslet' and I had met the producer Rus Smith when I was 21 in LA and he said 'okay I know where she is, that is fine' and they tracked me down. It was really when my agent Tony Howard ICM said 'listen you really should take it...you don't not take a meeting with Terry Zwigoff'. So I said 'fine' and they flew me out and we met at the Standard and just hit it off straight away and when I found out the rest of the cast that was attached like John Malkovich, Angelica Huston, Jim Broadbent, Steve Buscemi...

Question: You can't really turn that down.

Sophia Myles: No, but I did shut my eyes when I watched it yesterday.

Question: Oh really?

Sophia Myles: A little bit. I kind of went 'oh god' you know. I mean most women don't like looking at their arse in the mirror in the privacy of their own home...

Question: And on a six-foot screen?

Sophia Myles: I don't know, I am frightened. I am sure people will scrutinise it and whatever but you know it is out there now but it is in the past and...

Question: It will be on the Internet soon...

Sophia Myles: Yeah I think that is the one thing that I thought 'oohh I hope they don't put like stills up' but they will or whatever. Well it is just a body at the end of the day isn't it?


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very good posts! anyone else get turned on reading about actresses talking about nudity!?!

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mike550 wrote:
very good posts! anyone else get turned on reading about actresses talking about nudity!?!


Yes. Somehow, it makes it sexier for me to hear that an actress had to be coaxed out of her clothes, rather than when they say it was no big deal. But, I am glad to hear that Halle Berry is no longer afraid of nudity - maybe we'll get to see the goods again before they go south. And, if she now has that attitude, I have to wonder how somebody could make an "erotic thriller" and not figure out a way to get her naked.


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Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway: The Interview
"Brokeback Mountain" & "Hoodwinked"
by Wild About Movies publisher, Tim Nasson
January 13, 2006

Dressed in a tight, black, wool sweater, revealing her ample bosom, twenty-three year old Hathaway, who has lived in NYC for quite some time with her boyfriend, (who just bought her a puppy), chuckles when I ask her first ‘adult role,’ in which she bared it all, in “Havoc,” a straight-to-DVD movie, yet which is Unrated.

“I have no problem with nudity,” she answers. “It’s all about the role and the way it is written. If the film is not exploitive, why should there be any concern about it?”

While the large majority of movie lovers will never hear about “Havoc,” let alone see it, replete with all of Hathaway’s nude scenes, few who have not seen “Brokeback Mountain” would guess they catch a glimpse of her naked body in that film.


“Some people who have not seen ‘Brokeback’ think it’s some gay porn movie. I think they would be surprised to find out that both Michelle [Williams] and I bare our boobs in the movie, while having sex with our husbands. I think there is more hetero sex shown in the movie than gay sex, and to be honest, there is more nudity in the hetero sex than there is in the gay sex. But all of the sex in ‘Brokeback’ is artistic, and exactly as it is described in the book. There is nothing titillating about it,” except, perhaps, if a twelve year old, straight boy saw it.


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