When it comes to getting naked in front of a camera, Hollywood stars have all kinds of stories. Hollywood has gotten much wiser in handling those sensitive scenes, so there are now intimacy coordinators, who ensure the well-being of the actors on set. With everyone involved on the same page, nudity can do so much for a movie — and we love hearing what the stars who have gotten totally naked for their roles have to say about the process. While many actors share the experience of getting naked on camera , their memories and feelings about the scene completely differ. And some actors rarely do nude scenes — can you name the one film Matt Damon took his clothes off? While others, like Daniel Radcliffe, put a pause on baring it all because they felt like they were doing it too often. And female nudity on camera has changed even more drastically, with many women now reclaiming their right to show their bodies from a long tradition of being objectified and exploited by men.
2. Miley Cyrus
By Kayleigh Roberts TZ. For many icons, from Madonna to Naomi Campbell, a Playboy cover is a rite of passage. The photos are visceral, tantalizing, and for many celebrities, incredibly empowering. Marilyn Monroe kicked off the trend in as the first-ever Playboy cover star, and dozens of icons since have adorned the cover of the magazine, now a byword for unapologetic sexiness. If you forgot about the icon covers from Kim Kardashian, Anna Faris, Brooke Shields, and more, well—we're here to remind you. Let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we? Marilyn Monroe became the first-ever Playboy cover girl for the magazine's inaugural issue. Mansfield's peek-a-boo cover is iconic—and not even her first appearance in the magazine.
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Actress Come Back, Little Sheba. Throughout the s she worked under a variety of names her own, Judy Ford and January Ford before settling on Terry August Moore was the oldest woman to pose nude for the magazine at age She was in great shape and well trimmed.
The man has forever been enchanted by the naked female body. Without any intent of sounding sexist, it is, however, a fact that female nudity is more sought after than male nudity in cinema. Some call it an objectification of women while others call it artistic freedom. Nudity is arguably one of the best selling points of the films. However, only a handful of filmmakers have succeeded to make nudity appear artistic than vulgar. From some of the top Hollywood actresses to downright rising potential stars, many have dared to bare it all, despite the no-nudity clause in some of their contracts. Moreover, at most of the times, the nudity is only implied or a body double is used. Frontal nudity, however, requires more tactfulness. The usage of prosthetics and body doubles have undoubtedly made it easier for filming nude scenes and is perhaps one of the reasons why we see more of the bare in the movies nowadays. Since time immemorial, ardent cinema goers especially men have sought out films and scenes where the actresses go fully naked.