In the early 1990s, ABC's NYPD Blue regularly made headlines for its boundary-pushing nude scenes — always carefully cast in shadow. It was a very different time from today, when cable and streaming platforms regularly put out content so explicit the MPAA would blush if it were being released in a movie theater. Thus, it takes special effort to stand out when it comes to putting naked people on screen, the way the new Hulu drama Normal People does. Normal People, in its trailer, could only begin to hint at the level of nudity contained within the series, focused …
Let's not try to pretend this hasn't happened to all of us at least once.
Shia LaBeouf tells the story of how he once wrestled naked with Tom Hardy, because of course he did.
Dakota Johnson talks about whether or not she'd be open to more gigs like playing Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades.
In The CW series In the Dark, 20-something Murphy (Perry Mattfeld) is a hard-living, hard-drinking blind woman who turns her back on maintaining her responsibilities and figuring out any life goals, in favor of her disaffected attitude and penchant for casual sex. Even though her parents (Derek Webster, Kathleen York), who own a guide dog school, are trying to help give her direction, her room and best friend Jess (Brooke Markham) tries to be supportive, and her trusty guide dog Pretzel is 100% loyal, Murphy just wants someone to believe her when she stumbles upon the lifeless …