Margot Robbie’s nude scene with Leonardo diCaprio in Wolf Of Wall Street has some of her family fairly upset, especially after she lied to them about how naked she really was going to be in the film.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, the Wolf Of Wall Street only barely avoided a NC-17 rating by trimming the sex scenes although some nations around the world still banned it completely. Of course, the movie still set a f-bomb record with about 2.8 f-words per minute (so now we’re reduced to measuring vulgarity in FPM?).
The crazy part is that the director Scorsese didn’t want Margot Robbie naked for every scene but she actually insisted:
“There were points when Marty said, ‘You can wear a dressing gown here’, but I insisted that wouldn’t make sense. My character would stand there naked. I felt the story needed to be confronted…. At first I was absolutely petrified. By the end there was so much nudity, nobody was fazed about undressing. I have no concept of modesty anymore.”
When filming the movie Margot was apparently constantly lying to her family, telling them there wasn’t any nudity or at least she wasn’t doing any nude scenes herself. When the family wouldn’t ignore how everyone was talking about the nudity she changed her lies to claiming a body double. So for a while the family believed the film was using CGI to showcase Margto Robbie nude:
“They totally bought it. They were like, ‘They can do that?’ And I was like, ‘Oh, technology these days, you wouldn’t believe what they do in Hollywood.’”
Of course, now that the truth is out the family’s reactions have been coming in fast. While Margot’s mother, Sarrie, was apparently “cool” with seeing her daughter’s full frontal nudity some in the family weren’t happy at all:
“For the grandparents, no, we decided it probably wouldn’t be the best thing for them to see.”
Leonardo diCaprio, for his part, says his parents weren’t that concerned: “I’m 40 years old now, I hope I don’t have to answer to them.” But according to some reports the orgy scenes got a bit out of control even in real life:
“This girl was completely naked, sitting astride him, while he was wearing a suit. She was very — how can I say? — enthusiastic. It wasn’t acting. They had to keep telling her: ‘You can’t just, like, hump him.’ She was all over him.”
What do you think about the lies told to keep Margot Robbie nude in The Wolf Of Wall Street?