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Here’s What 11 Male Celebs Had To Say About Going Full Frontal Nude For Their Roles

“I strolled onto set, nothing on, and started that particular soliloquy.”

Filming scorching and steamy scenes for films is a reasonably widespread incidence, nevertheless it’s an entire completely different story with regards to male actors really baring all of it on digital camera.

That’s why when an actor does conform to go full frontal onscreen, it makes headlines — however when you ask them about it, plenty of them are fairly nonchalant about the entire thing!

Here’s what these stars needed to say about baring all of it:


Jesse Williams – Take Me Out

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In Jesse Williams’ Broadway debut in Take Me Out, he stripped down in entrance of a stay viewers. While he stated had realized to tune out viewers reactions and most popular to not know if his household was within the crowd forward of present, he did not suppose the entire thing was that massive of a deal. 

“Everybody makes such a big deal. It’s a body. Once you see it you realize it’s whatever. I just have to make it not that big of a deal,” Jesse shared on Watch What Happens Live.


Chris Pine — Outlaw King

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In 2018’s Outlaw King, Chris Pine bared all of it in a scene the place his character emerges from a lake. While the nudity solely lasts for a second, Chris says he wished to do it as a result of he thought it was necessary to his character’s story. Ahead of the movie’s launch, Chris added that he was shocked by all of the headlines concerning the scene and was “embarrassed it actually has to be a thing to talk about.”

“There’s certainly a double standard, because nobody would talk about it if it were a woman. I would say, ‘Why? Because women are expected to do it and men aren’t? Why aren’t men expected to do it? Why haven’t men done it before? Does it show vulnerability? Does it exhibit this vestigial, puritanical shame over the human body and human intimacy? Yet violence, self-flagellation and hurting one another we can do—because that’s what we’ve been taught culturally is OK?’ I don’t know. It certainly seems to be an odd thing,” Chris informed E! News.


Ben Affleck — Gone Girl

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Ben Affleck went full frontal nude in a blink-and-you-miss-it second in Gone Girl. Looking again on the scene that made loads of headlines, Ben says he did not even actually know viewers had been going to have the ability to see something. 

“We had a shower scene in the movie. And David [Fincher] assured me, because trust is essential with directors and actors: ‘Listen, if we tilt down we will never go far enough to see anything.’ So thank you David. And I’d like to thank you for keeping the set cool. Because if you are gonna have one chance for America to see your junk you want it to be cold. It’s a real gift,” Ben joked on the Hollywood Film Awards.


Ewan McGregor — Multiple Films

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Ewan McGregor has by no means shied away from being nude when taking up new roles. In reality, he is stripped down in fairly a couple of flicks by way of the years, together with Trainspotting and Velvet Goldmine. He says the entire thing has by no means been a difficulty for him and he simply does it as a result of it is a part of a job. 

“Being naked is something that happens in either end of the day for me, and if you’re lucky, somewhere in the middle as well. And I don’t understand why it’s an issue. I don’t take my clothes off in movies because I want to flash my body around. I took my clothes off for movies because I’m an actor,” Ewan informed E! 


Tom Cruise — All The Right Moves

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Tom Cruise could have bared all of it in All The Right Moves, however he really wasn’t speculated to be nude within the movie. His co-star Lea Thompson revealed that when she informed him she was uncomfortable along with her personal nude scenes, he helped discuss the administrators out of one among them. In the remaining scene, Tom prompt that he strip down too. 

“In the second, he stated, ‘Well, if she has to be naked, I’ll be bare, too,’ That’s fairly badass! I’ve all the time been grateful to him for standing as much as the producers,” Lea informed Indiewire. 


Michael Fassbender — Shame

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There’s no scarcity of nudity within the 2012 flick Shame. When it got here time to decide about taking up the function, Michael says he thought concerning the double requirements about nudity for women and men in movie — after which devoted the function to his mother!

“It just baffles me: Women can parade around naked all the time, but the guy conveniently has his pants on. I remember my mom always complaining about that to me, saying, ‘This is such bullshit, it’s always the women who are naked” … so I did this one for you, Mom!'” Michael stated in an interview with Vulture. 


Jude Law — Dom Hemingway

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Jude Law appeared to don’t have any downside stripping down for his function in Dom Hemingway and really ended up capturing his nude scene on the primary day of filming. He says he strolled onto set within the buff simply to get into character. 

“We hurtled through the whole of this film, and I kind of figured that the best way to start was to make sure the crew knew who and what Dom was. So I thought the best way to go was to start with this crazy opening scene, which is incredibly explicit and I’m naked. So I strolled onto set, nothing on, and started that particular soliloquy,” Jude informed E!


Kevin Bacon — Wild Things

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Kevin Bacon would not have an issue being nude on digital camera — he simply has a difficulty speaking about it. While Kevin did not thoughts stripping down for his movie Wild Things, he says he acquired annoyed when he was all the time requested about it in interviews. 

“My downside with nudity although — I did a film referred to as Wild Things, it was full-frontal nudity. And I did not have an issue with it, as a result of it is a scene getting out of the bathe and it was simply that sort of film. What I did have an issue with was the truth that once I went to advertise the film — and even to today — that is all I speak about. So it sort of ended up being, I do not know, simply sort of boring to me as a subject of dialog,” Kevin informed Business Insider. 


Jason Segel — Forgetting Sarah Marshall

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Just a couple of minutes into 2008’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall, viewers acquired a full frontal view of a unadorned Jason Segel, who was making an attempt to shock his onscreen girlfriend with a horny evening at house. Instead, he finally ends up getting damaged up with, setting the scene for the remainder of the movie. Jason really wrote the scene himself and says he would not have executed so if there wasn’t a artistic goal behind it.  

“There was a creative idea behind it; it wasn’t just for shock value. I wanted it to be the most humiliating breakup of all time. When I was writing it, I thought to myself, ‘The problem with romantic comedies is, you know what’s going to happen. The guy on the poster is going to end up with the girl on the poster.’ But if I open this movie with something you cannot believe you’re seeing, you’re sort of forced to go into a different attitude. You don’t know what’s going to happen in this movie,” Jason stated in an interview with Vulture. 


Richard Gere — American Gigolo

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Back in 1980, Richard Gere turned one of many first male actors to look fully nude in his movie American Gigolo, which centered round a male intercourse employee. According to Richard, he did not really plan to be bare within the film, it simply occurred naturally. 

“If I recall, [the nudity] wasn’t in the script. It was just in the natural process of making the movie. I certainly felt vulnerable, but I think it’s different for men than women,” he informed Entertainment Weekly. 


James McAvoy — The Last King of Scotland

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James McAvoy would not have any bother getting bare in movies (or on stage). When requested about his stripped-down scene in The Last King of Scotland, James stated he simply straight up enjoys being bare.  

“Yeah, I prefer to get bare. I like being bare, I like being bare on stage, greater than I like being bare on movie. Naked on movie just isn’t that enjoyable, however bare on stage is absolutely fairly releasing. On stage there’s nowhere to cover, you are fully weak. When you are fully weak, it could actually’t get any worse, can it?” James stated. 

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