While shooting a shower scene in the B-movie spoof, Alba in fact wore white underwear, which was then digitally erased later on. The decision to digitally remove the underwear from the shower scene in Machete was one she and Robert Rodriguez made together, which would serve his vision for the film, as well as honor her personal convictions regarding nudity. She is very proud of the film and stands by the creative decisions she and Robert made about this scene. And so I just said, F it. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
Jessica Alba naked scene found to be fake in film Machete
No nude scenes for Jessica Alba - entertainment - Hindustan Times
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The Latina actress is rarely on-screen these days, but was once one of th ehottest stars in Hollywood. With Fantastic Four on Channel 4 this weekend, we look at the fantastic four and more scenes that made her a major sex symbol. Not only does the film give Alba the chance to strut, thrust and twerk her stuff, it provides an online treasure trove of behind-the-scenes videos. Alba's sexual heat still shines through, but the sneak peaks at rehearsals give an electrifying real look at the star in action.
Jessica Alba: Why I won't film nude scenes
Posted on Tuesday, October 19th, by Germain Lussier. According to a recent report, Alba was actually wearing tight white underwear on the set, which was then digitally altered to make the perennial sex symbol appear nude. And not for all the reasons you think, sicko.
Jessica Alba shocked fans last week when a nude scene from her latest film Machete leaked in the press. But what looked like a naked shot of the star has been found to be fake and new photographs show Alba was actually wearing underwear, which was later digitally removed. The naked truth: Jessica Alba was actually wearing white underwear in the 'naked' scene, which was later removed through digital technology.