I've said from day one that I've got no problem with nudity. I've done it throughout my career.
I wouldn't do nudity in films. For me, personally... To act with my clothes on is a performance; to act with my clothes off is a documentary.
Nudity is for my boyfriend or my doctor.
For me, nudity and strong language have never been huge loadbearing elements of how I like to tell a story. Graphic images certainly are.
I'm not doing any more nudity.
I did some artistic nudes when I was I 8 with a French-Canadian photographer while I was modeling. They were beautiful shots, and they were not about nudity.
I played a definite part in it. I guess the things that I played in films and the way the nudity and the love scenes were handled were really different.
I suppose you've got to look like you're made of steel for nudity. You've got to get some arms on you.
I avoid all the language and nudity and violence and everything. I have enough of that at home.
I've never been opposed to nudity. I've been opposed to nudity for box-office draw.
My issue in the past with nudity was that these scenes had been written solely for box office draw.
I have a very European feel about nudity.
I don't mind nudity; I just don't do it often.
It turns out nudity is not a problem for me. It's one of those things you think about later and say, 'Yeah, I could do this for a living.'
I think on-stage nudity is disgusting, shameful and damaging to all things American. But if I were 22 with a great body, it would be artistic, tasteful, patriotic and a progressive religious experience.
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