Olivia Wilde’s nude scenes in the upcoming movie Third Person have raised mixed feelings in the actress. On one hand, she recalls how it was being with child, but on the other she really, really does not like that “jiggling” sensation.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, Olivia Wilde’s sex life is apparently interesting because she compares herself to a Kenyan marathon runner. But just do not ask her about her eyebrows, which are “so warped.”
Some moviegoers may have warped feeling themselves about seeing Olivia Wilde naked because she apparently was pregnant with her child Otis at the time. But Olivia seems to think it’ll make for a fond memory:
“Well, it’s great now that I’ve had a baby ’cause I can look at it now and be like, ‘Yep, that was once the way it was.’ But, you know, it’s funny because we shot it in Italy so, for them being naked [is] no big deal… They’re way less conservative.”
But Wilde feels that there is a difference between feeling good naked and having to appear in scenes that are not exactly what you would want everyone to see. There’s apparently this one scene where she had to run down a flight of stairs while stark naked:
“Not only did I have to do it again and again and again, but this was a scene in which I was running down stairs naked, which no one should ever do on camera. And I noticed that had been strategically removed from the film, which I approve of. That’s great… It’s not great dressed, now that I think about it, but naked it’s bad. There’s things that no one should see. The body does things that it’s not supposed to… and it’s jiggling. Moving.”
There’s also another scene where she shows up at a hotel room wearing nothing but a bathrobe. After a male character played by Liam Neeson has her take off the bathrobe, he shuts the door on her, which has Olivia running away down the hallway:
“This scene was a really silly, funny [one]… the stress sort of evaporated. It had nothing to do with being sexy.”
Olivia Wilde will be playing Anna in Third Person, which tells three love stories that take place in New York, Rome, and Paris. The film is set to hit theaters next week on June 20, 2014.