Kate Winslet’s decided to include ‘No Nudity’ in the contract for all her upcoming projects.
In one of her recent interviews, Kate Winslet discussed her stripping down in a movie and how she came to think that her days are getting a little bit number of doing nudity.
The actress is one of the most trending celebrities nowadays because of her new series ‘Mare of Easttown’ on HBO. The show is a success and also garnering Emmy buzz. Apart from this, fans are also talking a lot about Kate Winslet’s nude scenes in the web series.
Kate played the character of Mare Sheehan, a police investigator in a small Pennsylvania town in the HBO show titled ‘Mare of Easttown’.
It is big news for fans as Winslet featured in one of the most iconic nude scenes ever shot in the history of Hollywood. The then-21-year-old Kate Winslet was stripped in front of young Leonardo DiCaprio in 1997’s “Titanic.” “Draw me like one of your French girls,” she cooed in her infamous, oft-memed line.
The actress has a change of attitude towards nude scenes in Hollywood movies. She said, “I’m just not that comfortable doing it anymore. It’s not even really an age thing.” She explained, is that “there comes a point where people are going to go, ‘Oh, here she goes again.’”
“Titanic” was the most expensive film ever made at the time of its premiere.
Kate Winslet didn’t let Mare of the Easttown team edit her ‘bulgy belly’ from the sex scene
She mentioned that ‘Mare Of Easttown’ has her final unclothed moment. “In episode one, [Mare is] having intimate moments on a couch,” she said. “I said to my husband, ‘Am I OK with that? Is it all right that I’m playing a middle-aged woman who is a grandmother who does make a habit of having one-night stands?’ He’s like, ‘Kate, it’s great. Let her do it.’”
Winslet also insisted the show’s director, Craig Zobel, leave her body untouched for the final cut of a sex scene with Guy Pearce. She told the New York Times that Zobel “assured her he would cut ‘a bulgy bit of belly’” from the scene and she told him, “Don’t you dare.”
Although she may be finished exposing herself in that way, she said she is adamant about staying natural.
The four-time Golden Globe winner sent HBO’s promotional poster back two times before final approval because it was too retouched for her liking.
“They were like ‘Kate you can’t,’ and I’m like ‘Guys, I know how many lines I have by the side of my eye, please put them all back.’”
“Mare of Easttown” is streaming on HBO.
She also disclosed other tricks the crew performed to keep her character looking like a real middle-aged woman, including using dark lighting to make her naturally glowing skin duller, using minimal makeup, and riding a Peloton to enlarge her thigh muscles and change her walk.
“Listen, I hope that in playing Mare as a middle-aged woman — I will be 46 in October — I guess that’s why people have connected with this character in the way that they have done because there are no filters,” she said. “She’s a fully functioning, flawed woman with a body and a face that moves in a way that is synonymous with her age and her life and where she comes from. I think we’re starved of that a bit.”