Nude Scenes


During a recent Howard Stern appearance, comedian Sarah Silverman talked about her upcoming foray into the film world. Silverman is set to co-star in the Sarah Polley-directed film Take This Waltz alongside Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams. The IMDB plot synopsis of the film says that it’s, “A funny, bittersweet and heart-wrenching story about a woman struggling to choose between two different types of love.” But what IMDB fails to mention is that Silverman is going to be showing her goodies in it. Silverman told Stern that when she recently met President Obama and he asked her what she was working on next and she said, “I’m going to be naked in a movie,” to which Obama responded, “Oh, you’ll have to send me a copy of that.” This exchange proves two things: that Sarah Silverman is going to be naked in a movie, and that President Obama is pretty funny. Silverman fanboys shouldn’t get too excited about the prospect of seeing her onscreen nudity, however, she warns that, “It’s not sexual. It’s like a shower scene at the YMCA. So of course it’s not going to be well lit. I know people are excited to see [the nude scene], but they’re not excited to see it like [if it was] Megan Fox naked in a movie. They’re excited to see it [like when] Kathy Bates was naked in About Schmidt.” Okay, so probably I’ll be excited to check it out anyways. That Kathy Bates had some killer gams. Source: Worst […]



The subject of nudity is still taboo to this day. Why? Not sure. We’re born naked, we enjoy being naked, and if you’ve planned it right, you die naked. Naked naked naked.


Every year Mr. Skin names the best nude scenes of film — and this year is no exception.


While we love nude scenes in movies, there are some that should have been left on the cutting room floor. As George Costanza once said on Seinfeld, there’s “good naked” and “bad naked.” Here’s a list of the top “bad naked” moments in cinema history.

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published: 01.28.2015
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