Keira Knightley has said she will not appear in nude scenes for films that have a male director. Speaking to the Chanel Connects podcast , the actress said: "I don't have an absolute ban [on filming nude scenes], but I kind of do with men. The topic of how actors are treated while filming sex scenes has been put in the spotlight in recent years, particularly since the MeToo movement. Many studios now hire intimacy coordinators to oversee sex scenes and ensure actors feel comfortable and are treated respectfully during shooting. Knightley has previously revealed she has had a "no nudity clause" added to her film contracts since becoming a mother in During the interview, Knightley also said she felt strongly that she would want to work with a female director if a film focused on female life experiences.
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Keira Knightley is getting candid about her boundaries when it comes to performing in scenes with nudity. During an interview for the Chanel Connects podcast, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star, 35, opened up about portraying women's experiences in film, revealing that she's uninterested in doing scenes with nudity unless they're directed by a female filmmaker. I don't have an absolute ban, but I kind of do with men. According to the actress, she would be open to shooting scenes with nudity if they were for a story about motherhood or body acceptance that was being made by a female filmmaker.
Keira Knightley 'not interested' in doing sex scenes directed by male filmmakers
Keira Knightley has said she will no longer do sex scenes, but which of her previous ones were her or a stunt-double? Speaking on a recent Chanel Connects podcast episode, actress Keira Knightly reconfirmed her new stance on filming sex scenes. Now, she says she will only film them if they are directed by a woman. But I feel very uncomfortable now trying to portray the male gaze. As Keira Knightly said herself, she was previously okay with filming nude scenes, so what has she said about some of her biggest ones?
Keira Knightley is speaking out about her attitude towards shooting intimate scenes directed by men. During an appearance on the Chanel Connects podcast, the actress spoke with director Lulu Wang and writer-producer Diane Solway about her decision to no longer participate in sex scenes if they're helmed by a male filmmaker. I'm not interested in doing that. The actress went on to share how uncomfortable she feels portraying scenes of these nature when they're coming from the point of view of the male gaze, but conceded that when a sex scene seems necessary, she'll opt for a body double. This isn't the first time Knightley has spoken about her interactions with male directors.