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20 A-List Stars Who Got Totally Naked on Camera


20 A-List Stars Who Got Totally Naked on Camera


Scarlett Johansson (Under the Skin)

Since the beginning of her acting career, all of her contracts had a no-nudity provision, which is an interesting reality for one of the most attractive people on the world. By many expectations, ‘Under the Skin’ was an out-of-the-league show, starring Scarlett Johansson as an alien who lures single men into a mysterious room named “void” and harvests their organs. While there are a few scenes in which Johansson is fully nude, the idea is that since she is playing an alien, this isn’t the same as human female nudity. Regardless, ‘Under the Skin’ is Scarlett Johansson’s first film in which she performed a completely naked sequence, although not pornographic in nature, and the film also features an excellent performance, arguably her finest acting performance to date.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence felt embarrassed and appalled after she discovered she had been the target of phone hacking, which exposed intimate naked images of herself. However, by portraying Dominika Egorova, a Russian intelligence officer in Red Sparrow, she reclaims the influence she thought she had lost by baring it all for a nude scene in the movie. “I realized there was a difference between consent and not consent,” she said in an interview with 60 Minutes. “I showed up for the first day and I did it and I felt empowered.” “I feel like something that was taken from me I got back and am using in my art.”

Halle Berry

For her role as Leticia Musgrove in the 2001 film Monster’s Ball, Halle Berry won the Best Actress Oscar. The actress bravely bared it all for the audience in a gritty sex scene with co-star Billy Bob Thornton. “We both agreed to be uninhibited with our bodies, so it wasn’t just the woman who was being exposed, and we just said, ‘Let’s service these characters,'” she told the Guardian in an article. “We only had to do it one time, which is good, because you don’t really want to have to go there that many times…”

Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck did absolutely strip down for a scene in 2014’s Gone Girl, which you may have missed if you blink. “‘This is a warts and all movie,’ director David (Fincher) told me from the start. It can’t be conceited. You have to see this character’s nude underbelly,’ “Prior to the film’s publication, he told MTV News. “It’s gotta be like in Europe, they just don’t give an s—t about any of that stuff and they just play real people.”

Tom Hardy – Sergeant Slaughter, My Big Brother (2011); Colditz (2005) And Bronson (2008)

Tom Hardy has a number of naked scenes under his belt, but the majority of them aren’t especially hot. From his role in the short film Sergeant Slaughter, My Big Brother, in which he spends most of the film dressed only in a military beret while conversing with his brother, to his scene in the series Colditz, in which he is stripped nude and compelled to shower in a POW camp, his nudity is mainly dramatic rather than romantic.

His ability to strip it off (especially in scenes with men) has sparked a lot of speculation regarding his sexuality, but amid his willingness to flaunt his assets on television, he insists that what he does about it off camera is none of anyone’s business.

Michael Fassbender – Shame (2011)

Michael Fassbender, like Ewan McGregor, has no qualms in giving his best for a job he believes is deserving. Fassbender is most known for his harrowing depiction as a sex addict in the drama Shame, but he has also appeared in his birthday suit on camera several occasions, including in the shocking drama Hunger.

Fassbender’s work on Shame featured an impressively long scene of him walking about the flat, having it all hang out, unlike certain performers that would give the occasional peek here and there. And there’s a lot to let go of; George Clooney also joked about it at the 2012 Golden Globes!

Eva Green – The Dreamers (2003)

In this film about three young people living in Paris in the 1960s, Green isn’t the only one who reveals everything. When the three protagonists loose what little innocence they have remaining, Michael Pitt and Louis Garrel spend a significant portion of the film naked.

The Dreamers, directed by renowned auteur Bernardo Bertolucci, sparked debate because of its blunt portrayal of male and female nudity – Eva leaves little to the imagination (nor do the boys). More recently, Green sparked indignation with a poster for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, which included a semi-exposed breast! She had some erotic scenes in that film as well, but they weren’t as risqué as her work in The Dreamers.

Elizabeth Olsen

Elizabeth Olsen has been gracing our screens as Wanda Maximoff/The Scarlet Witch on WandaVision recently, but several people overlook Martha Marcy May Marlene, the independent film in which she received her start.

Since her character was enslaved by a ruthless religious leader, several of her scenes featured sexual assault when under his control, the subject matter was difficult. Nonetheless, Olsen believed that her nuance was vital to her character’s plot.

“I believe actors are tools to aid the story, and if [nudity] is an effective part of the story, then it simply is. “I don’t want to do it if it’s sensationalized and gratuitous,” she told Vulture. “The purpose of this film is for someone to lose their full sense of self-identity and ownership of herself, her body, and her mind.”

Matt Damon

When it comes to nudity, Matt Damon is normally one of Hollywood’s most conservative stars, but there was one time when he wanted to go full out. In sharing the tale of Liberace and his lover, Scott Thorson, in Behind the Candelabra, he found it made sense.

He clarified to Playboy, “Normally I’d say no to nudity, but I just did a lot of it playing Liberace’s long-term partner, Scott Thorson, in Behind the Candelabra.” “I mean, it’s done in a tasteful way. It was orchestrated by Steven Soderbergh, and Michael Douglas plays Liberace. However, this film is not for everyone.”

Damon’s foray into the wild side is one of our favorites, and we think he can do that more frequently.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Drug-sniffing, drink-chugging, and, indeed, full-frontal nudity is all part of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Wolf of Wall Street stunts. And the Departed actor was quick to point out that he didn’t use a body double, telling Extra, “It was all me, pal.” It was just me who was flopping around.”

“Look, when you do a character like this, you have to go all out,” he added. “You can’t pull any punches. You have to swing for the fences. You just gotta do it. You can’t think about yourself because it’s not me. It’s a depiction of somebody else… Hopefully people enjoy it.”

Angelina Jolie

Although Angelina Jolie’s most prominent nude scenes are from the 1998 biopic Gia, she has talked most frankly about the topless sex scene she filmed for By The Sea with then-husband Brad Pitt.

“Love scenes are strange anyway, but when you’re doing a love scene with a person that you really have sex with? The only way to get through it was for us to all talk about the absurdity of it and make sure no one was feeling awkward,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

Nicole Kidman

In the film Eyes Wide Shut, Nicole Kidman and her then-husband Tom Cruise appeared in some of the most iconic sex scenes of all time, but Kidman claims the on-screen drama has nothing to do with their real-life partnership.

“Onscreen, the husband and wife are at odds, and [director Stanley Kubrick] wanted to use our marriage as a supposed reality. That was Stanley: He used the movie as provocation, pretending it was our sex life,” Kidman told The Hollywood Reporter. “But obviously it wasn’t us.”

Anne Hathaway

In Brokeback Mountain, Anne Hathaway showed off her whole body, and in Love and Other Drugs, she did the same.

She told Cosmopolitan, “There’s that revoltingly embarrassing moment when you have to take your clothes off in front of strangers.”

“So I thought, ‘OK, I’m going to be in control. I’m going to do everything properly, disrobe at the last minute, and in between shots get the clothes back on.’ But then I found that every time I put my robe back on, it rubbed all the body makeup off, and that added 20 minutes to filming. As with all things in life, the second you stop making it about you and you make it about everyone else, it just got, dare I say, fun.”

Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz had a casual attitude about her own nudity in Sex Tape, saying, “It’s just a part of the role. So I did it. I mean, you see everything.”


Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street)

Margot Robbie, the new chic on the block and perhaps Martin Scorsese’s best blonde bombshell find yet, starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Wolf of Wall Street.” When you watch a Scorsese film, you might predict some sexual behavior in an unusual manner. However, right before she and Leo had intercourse, Robbie appeared fully nude in one of the scenes. Robbie was just 23 when she did it, so it was a bit of a shock, but boy did she pull it off.

Kate Winslet

In 2001’s Iris, Kate Winslet bared it all, but she makes it plain that she treats it like every other work.

“I just go in and say ‘Oh f*ck let’s do it’ and boom. If you complain about it or procrastinate it’s not going to go away. Its a profoundly bizarre thing to do. As actors you talk about it all the time. You can literally be tangled in sheets, and you turn to the other actor and say ‘What the f*ck are we doing?’ Dear Mum, at work today I had so-and-so’s left nut sack pressed against my cheek. It’s sort of unethical if you think about it in those terms.”

Emilia Clarke

On Dax Shepard’s podcast earlier this year, Emilia Clarke was brutally blunt about how terrifying her early nude Game of Thrones scenes were.

She recalled, “I’ve never been to a set like this, I’ve only been on a set twice before, and now I was completely naked on set, with all these people, and I did not know what to do,” she recounted. “I did not know what was expected of me, I did not know what you wanted, I did not know what I wanted. Regardless of whether it was nudity or not, all-season one I felt I was not worth asking for anything, I was not worth anything at all.”

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