Keira Knightley has said she will not appear in nude scenes for films that have a male director. Speaking to the Chanel Connects podcast , the actress said: "I don't have an absolute ban [on filming nude scenes], but I kind of do with men. The topic of how actors are treated while filming sex scenes has been put in the spotlight in recent years, particularly since the MeToo movement. Many studios now hire intimacy coordinators to oversee sex scenes and ensure actors feel comfortable and are treated respectfully during shooting. Knightley has previously revealed she has had a "no nudity clause" added to her film contracts since becoming a mother in During the interview, Knightley also said she felt strongly that she would want to work with a female director if a film focused on female life experiences.
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The most notable example of this was of course that "King Arthur" poster from , in which her chest was noticeably enhanced. But when she showed up to a photo shoot for Interview magazine back in September, the actress now reveals that she finally put a stop to it all—by posing completely topless, no Photoshop allowed. And so, for the mag's "Photographer Issue"—in which photographers were asked to depict their "ideal woman"—Keira let herself be captured as she really was: wet hair, bare chest and all, with absolutely no "fixes" to be made later on. For the record, we are loving just about everything Keira has to say on this matter, and couldn't agree more. But then again, the actress has been telling it like it is for some time now.
Keira Knightley has expressed her discomfort with shooting intimate scenes, saying that she will no longer do so if the film is directed by a man. We know so many aspects of even male sexuality. Knightley has spoken in the past of clashes with male directors, launching a broadside against male colleagues in a essay:. Be nice, be supportive, be pretty but not too pretty, be thin but not too thin, be sexy but not too sexy, be successful but not too successful.