Wednesday, MTV News released a video of an interview with Dakota Fanning in which she spoke openly about turning 18 and doing her first nude scene in a movie; the news has created an Internet buzz Thursday.
Dakota Fanning stars in “Very Good Girls” which is a coming of age movie that will be released in 2013. Fanning sat down with MTV News in Park City, Utah during the Sundance Film Festival and talked about what it was like baring it all for the first time on film. “Very Good Girls” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year and Dakota was there promoting the movie.
Dakota Fanning said:
Yeah, well, I've never done that before and I'm very newly allowed to do that. I was newly 18, so yeah, it was, it's kind of a sensitive thing, but it's a part of life.
No one's ever comfortable [doing love scenes].
No, you just have to go for it. Sorry, I didn't do a sex scene in this movie so I should shut up.
Fanning stars in the movie with her friend, Elizabeth Olsen and the two of them are on a mission to lose their virginity and the movie follows the two through that experience with all of its ups and downs.
Boyd Holbrook stars in the movie with Fanning and he starred in the nude scene with her. He also spoke to MTV News about the experience in the interview. Holbrook said:
As in life it's not always so perfect and glossy and seamless. It's quite awkward sometimes especially with that. This film's about its going into life, first sexual experience, so it's all about the environment and not taking it too serious.
Dakota also starred in a Marc Jacobs ad recently that was banned for being too sexy; her response was to laugh it off as though that couldn't be possible.
See the interview with Dakota Fanning above and to the left.
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Sources: MTV News and the Business Insider
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