From Cosmopolitan. The last time Chris Pine was naked and emerging from water on screen, the water was blue, glowing, and had magical healing powers. Inthe gods Netflix has answered our prayers and given us Chris and his dripping wet penis.
Netflix's Outlaw King made a splash at the movie's Toronto International Film Festival premiere when it was revealed star Chris Pine has a full-frontal nude scene - here's when exactly the scene is in the film. To do so, he unites the clans of Scotland and uses guerrilla tactics in order to keep the larger, more formidable English army at bay. However, the bigger story surrounding Outlaw King coming out of TIFF were the reactions from those in the screening to Pine's nude scene.
FYI: Laura is wearing a Dundas dress. Eddie is wearing Oliver Peoples sunglasses. Zoe Kravitz and Karl Glusman hold hands while heading into Laperouse restaurant for their wedding rehearsal dinner on Friday night June 28 in Paris, France. The married couple, who will be tying the knot for the second time this weekend, were joined by so many celebs for their pre-wedding event.
The comments are not surprising for a magazine catering to the gay male community. This is actually bullshit. You may see a lot of female tits and ass, but you will almost never see female genitalia.
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I knew I was going to be nude and so I was working out, but I was also exercising beforehand. I do a bit of yoga and general workout stuff. We just got an update on the Lion King remake, and now we're crying.
It's remarkably rare for male actors to drop trou and reveal all on camera, allowing their manhood to be immortalized on film. And when it does happen, it can generally earn the film a more restrictive rating from the Motion Picture Association of America than it would if it were a female actor baring their bits. But even with that archaic bit of ratings rulings still going on, the ever-elusive male full frontal does make it way to the movie theater from time to time.
A medieval war epic about the rise of Scottish king Robert the Bruce? No, thank you. Fight scene after fight scene of costumed men flailing about battlefields stretching into eternity?