A s London Fashion Week draws to a close, it seems a good time to ask what some of the finest actors are wearing this season. And the answer appears to be: nothing. From Scarlett Johansson's copious under-the-clothes scenes in Under the Skin to Jack O'Connell tackling the tackle-out, full-frontal shot with abandon in the prison drama Starred Up , the emphasis is firmly on what not to wear. One of the common factors in many acclaimed new films is a willingness to confront nakedness without the usual strategically placed prop to spare an actor's blushes.
Potter star Radcliffe bares all in "Equus"
Daniel Radcliffe on getting naked, his privates and sex with groupies - Mirror Online
Daniel Radcliffe is getting naked again - but you won't guess what the director is making him do 'down there' We remember him when he was all diddy and squeaky in Harry Potter partly because we were all diddy and squeaky ourselves , but we're about to get our second eyeful of Daniel Radcliffe's naked form, because the actor has just revealed he's stripping off for yet another role. But not only has the posh actor announced that his bits will be on show for a new project - he's quite happily told the world that is privates will be extra, um, hairy argh! Ahead of his role as poet Allen Ginsberg in John Krokidas' upcoming thriller, Kill Your Darlings, Daniel has been informed not to do any intimate grooming. The 22 year old told this week's heat magazine: "I've just been having a discussion with the guy who's directing my new project. It might have a bit of nudity, and he said: 'Just to let you know, if you're getting naked, no landscaping of any kind. This is the 40s and you're playing a Jew.
Daniel Radcliffe: nude no more
Daniel Radcliffe did famously, and to critical acclaim, portray the role of Alan Strang, and yes, this requires nudity. But at no point, and I want to make this really clear, does Alan have sex with a horse. Just saying. It was shockingly controversial when first performed in , due in no small part to its graphic descriptions of a confused sexuality and its paganistic rejection of modern society, not to mention its famously disturbing and violent finale. The play revolves around the construction of a complex and primal theology by Alan, whereby he believes that horses are divine representatives through which he can escape his humdrum and oppressive existence.
DRESSED in a leather jacket and hunched antisocially over his cellphone, Daniel Radcliffe could have been any other disaffected teenager adrift in gadget-world. But suddenly he looked up and leapt to his feet as if prodded by Emily Post herself. Radcliffe explained.