There's been a lot of buzz lately about Olivia Wilde 's steamy sex scene with Ryan Reynolds in her upcoming comedy The Change-Up , but it turns out the boobs shown on screen don't actually belong to her. Or more specifically, that's her breast tissue , but her areolae were created by the magic of CGI. Basically it's the nipple version of Avatar , only unfortunately for thousands of pants-tenting dudes, it wasn't filmed in 3D. Wilde recently confessed that the pasties she was wearing to film the scene accidentally ended up being visible on camera—so producers chose to digitally overwrite them with computer-created nipples. Hm, if an actress takes the stance of refusing to be nude in her movies, but her body is digitally enhanced so that it appears naked in a scene, has she actually compromised her values? Ohhhhh, this is like one of those zen koans. The best part is that she actually got final nipple approval.
Last Updated on December 16, Amidst all their busy schedule, actresses still manage to balance their work and family life, and one such actress is Olivia Wilde. Very recently she had shared an anecdote about her early motherhood with all of her fans, and surely most parents could relate. Olivia Wilde has two children with her husband, Jason Sudeikis. You can check her Twitter account to see what it is all about. These Olivia Wilde hot pictures and Olivia Wilde sexy pictures will spellbind you with her dazzling body.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. She stripped bare for her latest movie, Third Person. And as Olivia Wilde dished the dirt on how awkward it was to run down a set of stairs completely in the nude, she jokingly offered to 're-enact' it for David Letterman.
You can blame digital effects for many strange and terrible things. Thanks to CGI, great Hollywood trades like production design, makeup, and old-school practical visual effects have begun to slowly fade away, with smiling teams of faceless engineers doing the same work for cheaper, Gooback-style. Thanks to CGI, 2-D feature animation has entered a period of eternal decline. Thanks to CGI, every freaking movie and a lot of freaking TV shows are shot in front of greenscreens. But if you ask me, the single greatest crime of the Digital Effects Era is more subtle, and yet also more profound.