K eira Knightley recently posed topless in Interview Magazine as her own personal protest against photoshopping. Knightley told The Times she demanded the not safe for work photos be unedited so people could see what she really looked like. Though the studio bore the brunt of that scandal, the actress herself came under fire in when she and Scarlett Johansson posed nude with a fully clothed Tom Ford on the cover of Vanity Fair , in a picture that emphasized the gap the demands made of famous women and men in terms of playing up their sexuality. Rachel McAdams reportedly skipped the shoot after realizing the women would be asked to pose in the buff. But Knightley is taking a stand now. She has turned down many a role because she thought she was being asked to do things male actors are never asked to do—specifically gratuitous sex and violence. Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana. By Eliana Dockterman.
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By Iona Kirby for MailOnline. The two stars strip off to pose for some racy pictures that appear in the latest issue of Interview magazine. Keira goes topless for her artistic black and white shoot with Patrick Demarchelier, in which she sports nothing but lace opera gloves and black trousers, along with wet hair. Scroll down for video. Artistic: Keira Knightley's wet hair is plastered against her face in some of black and white shots by Patrick Demarchelier. Keira bares all: Ms.
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Celebrities who love being naked. Channing Tatum shows off some of his better assets in the movie "Magic Mike" and its sequel. But as he told Elle magazine , he enjoys being in the buff off-camera, too. Hide Caption. Believe it or not, Matthew McConaughey passed up an opportunity to shed some of his clothes. James Franco and Seth Rogen had to survive in the wild in the altogether in an episode of Discovery's "Naked and Afraid" series. Franco expressed his love for being nude while Rogen asked, "Can you make the blur big? Like a giant blur?