Actress Keira Knightley says she is no longer interested in doing sex scenes just to appeal to men, she said, calling her no-nudity decision partly a result of having two children.But if a lady director was behind the camera, that could possibly be a different matter, the Pirates of the Caribbean star said found in a podcast.
"I feel very uncomfortable today trying to portray the male gaze. Stating that, there's times where I go, 'Yeah, I entirely see where this sex would be excellent in this film and you simply need somebody to search warm,'" Keira Knightley explained in a conversation with director Lulu Wang in a Chanel Connects podcast.
"So therefore you need to use somebody else, because I'm too vain and your body has already established two children now and I'd simply rather not stand before several men naked," she added.The British actress, 35, added a no-nudity clause to her contract after having children, saying she was more vocal now than she have been as a break-out star in her early 20s in movies like Pride and Prejudice and Atonement.
"If I was making a tale that was about that trip of motherhood and human body acceptance, I feel like, I am sorry, but that would must be with a lady film-maker," Knightley said."I don't have a complete ban, but I sort of conduct with men. I don't want to buy to come to be those horrible sex scenes where you're all greased up and every person is normally grunting. I'm not enthusiastic about undertaking that," she added.