Speaking to Jonathan Ross inthe British actress revealed that she has a very specific nudity policy, one that favours the top half of her body. So, for a scene in her dismal Tony Scott action movie Domino in which her character performs a striptease, Knightley requested a butt double. The girl we picked had a lovely bottom.
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Actress Keira Knightley agreed to pose topless for an Interview magazine feature on one condition: She didn't want her body modified with Photoshop. After her unedited shoot with fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier hit newsstands, Knightley explained to the Times. I've had my body manipulated so many different times for so many different reasons, whether it's paparazzi photographers or for film posters.
Keira Knightley is no Rihanna. Yet the usually conservative actress, with strict rules over her own exposure on film, has chosen to pose completely topless for Interview Magazinenaked but for a pair of wide-legged trousers and some three-quarter-length lacy gloves. And she is but one of six covers shot by a different photographer or team.
Knightley began acting as a child on television and made her feature film debut inbefore making her breakthrough with the film Bend It Like Beckham. She subsequently became known for starring in several other period dramas, including AtonementThe DuchessA Dangerous MethodAnna Kareninaand Colette Her contemporary film roles were in the romantic comedy Begin Againthe action thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruitand the adventure film Everest
Aoife Kelly Twitter Email. British actress Keira Knightley has been criticised for her slimline figure over the course of her career, and now the year-old star has spoken out against portrayals of women in the media. Speaking to The Times, she said it is easier for photographers to take a photo of a body without definition.
A couple of months on, she's now come forward to say that the pictures were her way of standing up against the way her body has been dramatically photoshopped through her career. The black and white images in the shoot were totally un-edited with zero retouching in the final print, and she's admitted to The Times that this was a personal demand made by her to the photographer, to speak out against misleading and ridiculous digital enhancing. It's often Keira's breasts which end up being edited in the final stages of publication, for example her King Arthur film poster saw them significantly enlarged, and she was keen for her latest shoot to showcase her true figure. Remember when Keira Knightley's bust was photoshopped in the poster for King Arthur?