The Teen Comedy: Ricki Lake plays chunky teen Tracy Turnblack, who lands a gig on a local TV station and promptly gets everybody's beehives in a twist with her ideas about integration. Most Outrageous Moment: "Is your daughter mulatto? Basically, any scene involving these two is off-the-chart crazy. Does It Feature Nudity?
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? You have to wonder how directors will negotiate with actresses now.
From an extra few hours of sleep to mouthwatering comfort food, Thanksgiving is nothing if not an invitation to indulge. And at peak coziness, whiling away the hours in front of the fire or watching the cranberry sauce simmer on the stove, taking an insouciant approach to beauty only feels natural. But by the same token, surrounded by loved ones with photo ops aplenty, what better occasion to look glamorously festive? Believe it or not, even burlesque star Dita Von Teese dials back her immaculately coiffed beauty for Thanksgiving—but not at the sacrifice of her signature red lip and blue-black waves. But in the spirit of enjoying a bountiful feast free of worry, a bold lip may not be the most practical option for all.
By Maria Lewis. The French director behind Hollywood horror flop The Eye has spoken out for the first time about working with Jessica Alba and what he calls the 'the worst' experience of his professional career. In an interview with The Feed 's Marc Fennell on Tuesday, filmmaker David Moreau spoke candidly about remaking the film and even said he thought he should have taken his name off the project. Scroll down for video. The year-old had directed two relatively successful French films when he tried his hand at 'the Hollywood sytem' by remaking Japanese horror film The Eye.