Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Patrick Wilson and the naked clause

I mentioned in my previous post that I have a sneaking suspicion that Patrick Wilson may have a "naked clause" in his rider, stating that in order to participate in a play or movie, he needs to have at least one nude scene.

(Mind you, I'm not complaining, I'm just noticing. The man looks good au naturale, or "a la mode" as it is referred to in our house.)

Proof: The Full Monty (on Broadway), Watchmen, Lakeview Terrace, and Angels in America.

Tika pointed out that he wasn't naked- or even shirtless- in Phantom of the Opera, but I have a theory that they filmed a nude scene to appease Patrick, and then explained that it didn't make the movie due to length. That's showbiz, kid.

Since I am concerned with only reporting accurate information here, I have taken it upon myself to queue up all of his movies. For now, you have the list.

You're welcome.

5 comments:

  1. Oh the sacrifices you make in the name of accurate reporting ;)

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  2. He was naked in Little Children too :-)

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  3. He would have been great in Chicago. If they'd cast him as Billy Flynn, he would have had a minor naked part, too. Although I must say that Richard Gere was charming.

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  4. Damn but he's cute! (butt..?)

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  5. He was also naked in Hard Candy and Passengers. But, hey, movies focus so much on female nudity, why can't there be so male nudity for us girls?

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