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Sad news, gang! At 70-years-old, acclaimed actress Helen Mirren says she has retired from doing Nude Scenes in movies. At this late stage in life, she has decided that the only one who gets to see her bare breasts is longtime husband Taylor Hackford. After appearing in the buff in a number of different projects over the years, why this sudden change of heart? It's simple, as the actress explains.
"That's the good thing about getting older, you don't have to do that sort of thing any more. My pleasure pillows are purely for my husband."
This news comes at a time when Helen Mirren is still being voted one of the sexiest woman in her native homeland of Britain. And that's despite the actress being a septuagenarian. She is most infamously remembered for going nude in the X-Rated 1979 sex fest Caligula, which also starred such iconic and classic actors as Malcolm McDowell, »
Robert De Niro is so widely respected in Hollywood that he could really do anything he wants at this stage in his career. To the Oscar winner’s credit, though, he’s not rolling over and taking easy paycheck roles all the time – for years, De Niro has been pushing to get The Comedian made, with an eye to starring in the Art Linson-penned drama. And now, he’ll finally complete that passion project, having recruited Taylor Hackford to direct the pic.
De Niro will take on the role of a self-destructive, acerbic insult comic inspired partly by comedian Don Rickles (De Niro’s co-star in Casino). It won’t be the actor’s first time playing a professional funnyman – he took on the role of aspiring comedian Rupert Pupkin to widespread acclaim in The King of Comedy.
Excitingly, though Linson (known for the De Niro-starring, Hollywood-set What Just Happened? »
- Isaac Feldberg
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