Actress Yam Concepcion admitted she would not have done her nude scenes in award-winning director Erik Matti's drama film "Rigodon" had she known they would be spread online. Concepcion made the revelation in an interview on "Tonight with Boy Abunda" on April 22 when she was asked if she regretted doing sexy scenes in the past. The question came from a netizen via Twitter, which Abunda flashed on screen. Concepcion appeared to be referring to those who spread her nude scenes in "Rigodon" online.
A Broadway actress has shamed an audience member who took a photo of her during a nude scene. To whoever it was in the audience that took a flash photo during our nude scene today: Not cool. Not cool at all. McDonald told The New York Times: "Maybe strippers get real used to it, but for me, there's nothing normal about that. So there's nowhere in my mind that I can drift off and let this just kind of happen because everything about it is demanding that you be present.
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. Anyways I wanted to see how they stacked up in rankers minds when it comes to nude debuts.
As the steamy scenes that hook audiences to cable shows are carefully choreographed and filmed, the coordinators are on hand to help ensure that the actors' safety and well-being is taken into account and to avoid miscommunication or any kind of harm. She said of the link between the desire for clear guidelines and the MeToo movement. Actresses say sexual coercion is a long standing problem on Hollywood sets. And it in fact was … the scene felt like what it really felt like, which felt, like, exposed, and creepy, and not right. She said this was the film which led her to meet Harvey Weinstein, during a screening of the film, at the Sundance Festival in