For most of her career Natalie Portman avoided showing too much of her body in front of a camera, but when she read the script to Wes Anderson’s short film ‘Hotel Chevalier’ she decided that that was the time to do it.
Unlike many of her peers, who regretted accepting to film certain scenes because of how uncomfortable it was to film them or because they see those scenes in a different light now, Natalie regretted it because she found her scenes in multiple adult sites. She told MTV News: ” It’s more that I don’t like misappropriation of stuff, like when you create something as part of a story and then a piece of it ends up on a porn site. It’s meant to be a dramatic scene and part of a story. That really makes me angry.”
2. Emilia Clarke
Actress Emilia Clarke told Game of Thrones executives that she would no longer be doing nude scenes and believes sex scenes should be more subtle.
Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke said she found the nude scenes she had to record in the series “difficult”.
Speaking on actor Dax Shepard’s podcast, she claimed that she “cried in the bathroom” before filming, but added that this would have occurred “whether or not we had nude scenes”.
The actress’ role as Daenerys Targaryen required her to take off her clothes quite often in the early seasons.
Clarke says he believed this was necessary for the story, but noted that the series “would be very different” if it had been made today.
Emilia Clarke hailed her on-screen spouse and co-star Jason Momoa for protecting her and guiding her through the challenging n-aked scenes that she was forced to do..
She said, “I’ve had fights on set before where I’m like, ‘No, the sheet stays up,’ and they’re like, ‘You don’t wanna disappoint your Game of Thrones fans’. And I’m like, ‘F-you’.