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Elisha Cuthbert is still not naked

November 8, 2005 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments



Elisha Cuthbert tells Arena Magazine that she will never go fully nude in a film, even though she knows many of her male fans would love it if she did. She was able to witness thier frustration first hand when she hid in the back of a theatre for a screening of Girl Next Door. Elisha said:

“I’ll never be fully naked in a movie. I just don’t feel comfortable with it. Secondly I think you can be a leading lady and not be naked. You can still make a character believable without going there. I snuck into the back of the cinema when Girl Next Door was playing and during the window scene, which pushed the envelope but didn’t actually go there, I remember some of the audience being really disappointed and going ‘Awww…'”

One or two movies on basic cable where she plays a determined figure skater and then a determined figure skater in a car wreck should change that tune. She’ll stop treating her boobs like cubs to a tiger once she’s the second guest on Carson Daly. This is why I always cast my pretend movies with ads on Craigslist. Those girls are super easy to trick. I usually just explain that being naked takes up less space. In the movie. I have a directors chair, some tweed knickers and one of those old-fashioned megaphones, so I look really classy. Many actresses will strip right away, but some ask a few questions, like where are the cameras, so I quickly drawn a pie chart and explain that the numbers just don’t lie.








Pictures 4 and 5 are Elisha in a see-thru, making her stand against nudity even weirder.

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