Since we know that most Oscar voters at least the ones who don't delegate their responsibilities to their undocumented domestics are probably scrambling to squeeze in some last minute DVD screeners before their nominations ballots are due tomorrow afternoon, we thought we'd help them more efficiently utilize their precious time by pointing them to these three moments from Sienna Miller's Factory Girl performance , tied together thematically by the actress's unselfconscious nudity, which potentially could free harried Academy members from having to watch the entire film. While the third clip, featuring a strung-out, naked Miller showing off her acting chops is the clear Oscar contender of the group, we prefer the one of her love scene with Hayden Christensen, in which the unshowy, Skinemax-inspired editing truly spotlights her generosity as a performer. Take some time to watch these highlights before hastily filling out those ballots with easy choices like Helen Mirren's nevernude queen; it's what Harvey Weinstein would want you to do. Related Blogs.
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February 27th, , pm. Ask Billy question of the week is from Darren in Tulsa: Quick question. They didn't. The rumor circulating is that the two actors actually had sex while shooting a scene in Factory Girl. Virtually every time a story like this surfaces, it turns out to be much ado about nothing. I'm told that this particular story was leaked by folks in Hayden's camp who are trying to shoot down those rampant gay rumors. Be that as it may, careful frame-by-frame analysis of the sex scene reveals Hayden's penis to be soft and hanging down below Sienna's buttocks - either that, or Hayden has an oddly cylindrically shaped scrotum!
For Your Consideration: Sienna Miller's Naked 'Factory Girl' Moments
January 31st, , am. The reason? The sex is for real, a source told the Daily News. Sedgwick died of a barbiturate overdose in at age
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