Lindsay Lohan is not naked in ‘Machete’

September 3, 2010 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Jessica Alba is in Italy this week for the European premiere of ‘Machete’ at the Venice Film Festival. Lindsay Lohan isn’t there because no one likes her, but she probably should be because she has 3 naked scenes in ‘Machete’, and everyone has been talking about it for like a year.

Or maybe she doesn’t, according to Mr. Skin, who says she’s either covered up or replaced by a body double in every scene.

SCENE 1: Lindsay Lohan is in the pool with Alicia Rachel Marek playing her mother. Marek’s breasts are very visible above the water, but Lohan’s are kept entirely underneath.
She asks Danny Trejo to join them and we cut to the shot from the trailer where Marek and the unknown blonde are the women whose breasts are exposed on either side of them. It is most definitely not Lohan in this shot.
After that flashback, so to speak, Trejo has them placed in the back of his hearse where they are passed out. Lohan is on the left and we can only see partial left breast on her, again obscured by an arm.

SCENE 2: Jeff Fahey watches the pool footage from earlier (in the Grindhouse trailer) with Marek & the unknown blonde again making out with Trejo with their boobs exposed.

SCENE 3: Lindsay Lohan and Alicia Rachel Marek wake up, both nude. We can see Marek’s breasts. Lohan’s, though, are obscured by her blonde hair.

The New York Post says essentially the same thing. Body double, or long thick hair constantly draped in front of her, like it’s a movie about some god damn Yukon fur trader and she’s wrapped in pelts for warmth. God this is such bullshit.

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