Pirates of the Caribbean star Keira Knightley said that the media reports on The Wedding Crashers beauty Rachel McAdams quitting the Vanity Fair nude photo shoot have been unnecessarily sensationalised. McAdamas after feeling uncomfortable about the 'strip-affair' walked off the nude cover shoot where she was supposed to model alongside Knightley and Scarlett Johansson. Quite early on Rachel just said, 'No, I'm not into that. Both me and Scarlett said, 'This is definitely something that we're up for.
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Nude shoot caused chaos for Keira! - tabloid - Hindustan Times
Hollywood beauties Keira Knightley and Scarlett Johansson have bared all in a daring new photo shoot. They were carefully arranged by photographer Annie Leibovitz to ensure some things are still left to the imagination. Oscar-nominated Brit Knightley, 20, sits sideways, showing off her pierced belly button, while year-old Match Point star Johansson, is more exposed - readers who open the fold-out cover will see her bare buttocks. The young actresses — who had never met before — giggled nervously as they got ready for the racy shoot in their fluffy white robes, and Knightley got a supportive hug from her mother. The magazine also features Angelina Jolie posing in a bathtub and a fully clothed George Clooney as a director filming a large cast of women wearing skin-tone underwear.
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Nude shoot caused chaos for Keira!
Launched by Conde Nast Publications in late , Vanity Fair magazine became a trailblazer in the art of celebrity photography, publishing iconic images of figures from the movies, business, literature, politics and society circles. Editor Graydon Carter writes of America at the time of the Great War, when the magazine made its debut: "For the first time, the nation saw itself encircling the planet - not just as a Great Power whose benefits and consequences were debated even then but as an entrepreneurial powerhouse and cultural dynamo. And Americans had attitude: they were willing to build people up but also cut them down to size. They applied a sense of humor - broad, sophisticated, sly, rambunctious - to everything.
Please refresh the page and retry. T he annual Vanity Fair Hollywood issue is out, and as expected, it shows a glittering panoply of stars - with one notable absence. Although Annie Leibovitz's images give the impression of the A-List gathered in one room, in actuality the stars are shot in small groups before being stitched together digitally. This meant that Franco could be removed without calling the remaining subjects back together for an expensive and time-consuming reshoot. However, the reliance on photo-editing can lead to some interesting mishaps.