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Stripped for a Scene

Stripped for a Scene

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    These celebs decided to bare all for the sake of film. Click to see who decided to strip for a scene and what they have to say about it.

    Blake Lively in The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (2009)

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    Anne Hathaway in Havoc (2005)

    She talked about the film with GQ: "I was terrified and sick to my stomach. But I eventually saw the movie - and although I don't like the shot, the director was right. It was necessary to convey the fact that this girl I was playing had no respect for her body or her own sexual identity.

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    Kate Winslet in Titanic (1997)

    "Every time I've been asked to do nudity on screen, I've always believed in the scene"..."I think it's important that women on screen are portrayed as real women. I'm comfortable in my own skin and I'm comfortable with all the imperfections that I have."

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    Jessica Biel in Powder Blue (2009)

    Though Biel was known to have a 'no nudity' police she has more recently stated: "Yeah, I mean you change and you grow up and one moment it's right and another moment it's not right. I just take it project by project. It's all about what makes sense for the character and what makes sense for me."

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    Charlize Theron in The Burning Plain (2008).

    "I feel like I always reveal too much," she said. "There's something sexy about the mystery. I don't know how to play that card, though."

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    Naomi Watts in 21 Grams 2003

    "The easiest sex scene I have done was in Mulholland Drive. That's because it was with another woman. There was no awkwardness and there was no sexual tension."

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    Angelina Jolie in Wanted (2008)

    There are certain moments where I felt actually shy - and called home, just to explain that the fun movie that I had done that was digital animation was, in fact, a little different than [what] we expected." -at a press conference for Beowulf

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    Keira Knightley and Matthew Rhys in The Edge of Love (2008)

    "I always bare my breasts"..."It's not like it's only in this film!"

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    Sienna Miller in Hippie Hippie Shake (2010).

    "...And I'm fascinated by people who are extroverted, so I guess I've got a lot more nudity to come."

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    Jenniffer Connelly in Inventing the Abbotts (1996)

    "Sex scenes are incredibly awkward, they're always uncomfortable. I think they're overused and people get very flustered by them"... "It's not my favorite thing to do, but there are circumstances in which they make sense..."

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    Chloe Sevigny in Gummo (1997)

    "I always found it distracting to be watching a movie and there was a love scene and the girl had her bra on..."

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    Natalie Portman in Hotel Chevalier

    I'm not opposed to sexuality or nudity in a film, but I'm very opposed to pornography sites and you're pretty much giving them material if you do any of that. It's always a big dilemma for me."