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New Delhi, April 5 (ANI): Scarlett Johansson has opened up about her first fully nude role in Jonathan Glazer's upcoming film ‘Under The Skin’. The 29-year-old actress said that she heavily considered the nudity of the part to make sure it was significant to her character’s journey, as she is not a provocative person, sources reported. The 'Her' star also revealed that the nude scenes made her aware of her body image and how self-conscious one can be about the way they look and their own vanity. She added that the first time she saw it she was terrified, partly because of things like the nudity, and she didn't know how the shots were going to be used and how naked her performance would be figuratively.
Apr 5, 2014
Johnny Depp caused quite a stir when he showed up for an appearance
on the Late Show With David Letterman. The A-lister had no problems
spending time with fans and posing for the paparazzi. Johnny was
there to plug his movie “Transcendence”. He also confirmed that the
bling he’s been sporting lately on his finger is in fact a woman’s
engagement ring. One that didn’t fit fiancé Amber Heard, so he
decided to wear it himself.
And David Letterman made some big headlines of his own. The 66-year-
old late night host announced he’s retiring in 2015.
Janelle Monae and M.I.A. teamed up with Audi for a high tech duet
that took place at two separate venues, on two opposite coasts -
thanks to the use of holograms. M.I.A. performed in New York while
Janelle took to the stage in Los Angeles.
Apr 5, 2014
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