Jessica Alba may be reprising her role as stripper Nancy Callahan in the highly anticipated sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For , but don't expect to see too much skin from the star. That's because the year-old always makes sure to incorporate a nudity clause when filming flicks. That's it," Alba says in the June issue of Glamour. And, I mean, really, if you look at the movies I have done, getting naked would never 'elevate' the picture. After all, Alba shared a similar sentiment when the first Sin City was released back in
The real reason Jessica Alba refuses to do a nude scene
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Instead, as shown here, she filmed it wearing white undergarments, which were digitally deleted in post-production. The decision to digitally remove the underwear from the shower scene in Machete was one she and Robert Rodriguez made together, which would serve his vision for the film, as well as honor her personal convictions regarding nudity. She is very proud of the film and stands by the creative decisions she and Robert made about this scene. If an actress like Kate Winslet can just ask James Cameron to make her nude through CGI in Titanic , are we as an audience really experiencing the newly found openness and sexual deviance those characters are experiencing? What do you think is the right call? Does it depend project to project, actress to actress?
Jessica Alba Won't Do Nude Scenes for a Totally Understandable Reason
The actress is dating Cash Warren, a former production crew member on her superhero movie Fantastic Four, but admits she struggles to successfully juggle her working commitments with her private life. She told Elle magazine: "Just being an actress period, and being in a relationship - I don't recommend it. The couple's relationship has become further strained now Cash has started producing his own films.
Jessica Alba vehemently refuses to do any nude scenes in her career for a specific, simple and pretty understandable reason: What would grandma think? That's it," she told Glamour for their June issue. And, I mean, really, if you look at the movies I have done, getting naked would never 'elevate' the picture.