Whether it was through computer trickery, body doubles, or other means, the way in which we were duped is of no importance. So sit back, relax and get ready to be informed or reminded of some of the most regrettably duplicitous nude scenes ever. A woman who was once named the sexiest woman alive by Esquire Magazine , Angelina has long embraced her more alluring side. An actress who has appeared in thirteen separate films where she exposed her body, including some with multiple naked moments, it seemed like a no brainer she did her own nude work in Wanted. One of the most beautiful actresses ever born, Isabella has been a star since the eighties due in no small part to her ability to make viewers feel something on an instinctual level. Such a sex symbol over the years that she cameoed on an episode of Friends, where Ross wanted to use her as a celebrity freebie, the nineties remained generous to her in the looks department. Playing a small but pivotal role in Death Becomes Her as an eccentric woman who holds the key to everlasting life, her character was seen swimming through a pool naked before exiting and walking around nude.
Can we all agree that the ideal husband is one who encourages you to hook up with Sebastian Stan, and even helps script scenarios that will allow you to do so? And with each gymnastic thrust, Rauch could count on both Stan and her husband to egg her on. But Sebastian was so fantastic and he went for so much of it. Introduced masturbating to a VHS of her Olympic victory, Hope is a self-absorbed misanthrope whose heart has grown only the teensiest amount by the end of the movie — in other words, the sort of comic asshole that men typically get to play, not women. Rauch ran up against that gendered double standard repeatedly while trying to find financing for The Bronze. We need him to be a trained professional! Already a subscriber?
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OK, Big Bang Theory fiends: Prepare yourselves to see your sweet, unofficial cardigan spokeswoman buddy Bernadette in a whole new light. Sundance-goers can't stop talking about the outrageous, bendy sex scene featured in The Bronze , a festival entry film written by and starring Melissa Rauch as Hope Anne, a bitter former Olympic gymnast. Here she is in character—inspiring, as Lynsey and I raved this morning, immediate and intense Shannon Miller flashbacks for anyone born in the 80s.