Watching Orange is the New Black, I couldn’t help but think “do the actors’ parents watch?”
I assume that if you’re Taylor Schilling or Laura Prepon, you’re so excited to be doing quality work on a well-written project like OITNB that it’s not your first concern. But then you’re shooting a shower scene, and both of you are topless. Then what?
It depends on the family, obviously, but with my parents, I just cringe thinking about nudity. Sometimes it inhibits what I write too.
How crummy to try to make it in television and film–with or without the support of family–only to get cast but have reservations about said family seeing your complete work!
Amanda Seyfried, who is currently promoting her film Lovelace, had this to say in US Weekly.
What do you think? If you were an actor, how would you deal?
According to Business Insider, the design agency Sagmeister & Walsh has a history of featuring its staff in marketing material completely nude.
I confess: I cynically thought the nude employee photos would consist of one male boss, and twenty or thirty stunningly beautiful women. Mea Culpa.
While Business Insider initially ran the original images – which is to say fully nude S&W employees – they switched to blurred photos like the one below after receiving complaints. The firm’s web site made no such compromise.
Property of Sagmeister & Walsh / Mario de Armas
While I was not offended, I also won’t be applying for a job there. I liked the photos quite a lot once my [silly] shock wore off.