Blake Lively Talks About Her First Clothes Free Film

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elliot-wolf - October 5, 2017


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Blake Lively opened up about how being partially nude for her new movie All I See Is You (not pictured above) is somehow creative and not the Hollywood version of "getting strange for some change." Were you aware that strippers also consider themselves creatives? Pole dancing is an art. Sure you have to take your clothes off for people to pay the starving artist any attention or money. But it’s the level of passion in her performance that makes showing tits go from tacky to tasteful. Her decision definitely has nothing to do with her being old and having to take more extreme measures in an attempt to be relevant.  

Veteran 30-year-old actress Blake Lively is making her first partially nude appearance on screen, and it's all thanks to director Marc Forster's creative vision.The movie focuses on Lively's character, a blind woman named Gina whose life changes after she regains her sight thanks to surgical advances. Gina begins experimenting more with her sexuality and sense of adventure once her sight is restored — hence the racy nudity involved for certain scenes. As Vanity Fair reports, Lively "almost never saw the script in the first place" because her team assumed the nudity requirement would make the project an automatic "no" for the actress. But Lively read the script and was immediately sold, despite her previous beliefs about on screen nudity.

Stripping is for single women and single mothers. Has anyone asked Ryan Reynolds how he feels about the world getting a glimpse at his wife’s twins. I mean imagine your wife telling you she’s going to work to record herself showing another man and the rest of the world her milk melons while you stay home and watch the kids. That’s only been the statement to spark every divorce ever. I'm personally conflicted here because the idea of a sex scene involving banging a blind chick does sound somewhat intriguing. From a creative angle of course. 

Photo Credit: MrSkin/The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (2009)

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