Script Snippets: Conor Leslie in "Klondike"

22-years old actress Conor Leslie in Klondike 

If anyone still thinks it's a BD, it's not. That is Conor Leslie's showing off her cute butt. Conor is also an amateur photographer. She opened a tumblr account dedicated to her hobby around the same time she was filming Klondike. Just like Alex DD adopting a dog to 'balanced' out/compensate for her nudity during TD shoot in NOLO, Conor turned to photography.

Original Script: Sabine Snippets

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Wishing and hoping they shot an alternate sequence with Conor stripping to bareness in front of the crowd.....

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"Free the Nipple" Aims to Topple Inequality in America

by Lina Esco

Free the Nipple Aims to Topple Inequality in America

It's January 31st and I have 15 days left to raise over $200,000 dollars. Since I began crowdfunding last month to finish my feature film Free the Nipple and launch a campaign to decriminalize the "female areola" in all 50 states, our movement was banned from Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and Google Plus. I find it really cripples your ability to raise money online without social media. And why exactly are these platforms so unilaterally threatened by a woman's nipple? I would answer that if I hadn't already written ad nauseam about my battles with censorship in my last posts, "Why I made a Film called Free the Nipple" and "Facebook Wages War Against The Nipple"

Back in October of 2012, after directing Free the Nipple straight through Hurricane Sandy in NYC, I thought I survived the worst force majeure of this process. First the ConEd power station exploded in Manhattan causing a massive blackout for days. Every subway shut down and rivers flooded the mazes of underground tunnels. Our crews waited for hours in endless lines at gas stations just so we could get the trucks to set. Trapped in a natural disaster, I still had to shoot several scenes with topless women confronting the New York Police Department. It was my first film and after Hurricane Sandy, I'd thought never want to make another.

In case you're not up on the current nudity laws, today it's only legal for a woman to be topless in 13 states in the USA. The NYPD had been wrongfully arresting women for over a decade after the "female nipple" was decriminalized in the New York Supreme Court in 1992. So we took a film crew, our cast and mobs of topless activists into the streets to test the bounds of reality. Compared to the legal battles and corporate censorship I am facing presently, Hurricane Sandy seems more like a nasty molehill then the mountain I once thought it was.

Based on real women who battled the cops and courts for their topless rights in America, Free the Nipple poses the question, "What is more obscene: violence or a nipple?" The FCC and the MPAA, who regulate all TV shows and movies in America, are often criticized for allowing toxic levels of violence in films, TV shows and video games, while being aggressively strict on nudity and sex for our adult viewing audiences. Some blame a 300-year-old Puritanical ethic that still has a death grip on the cultural engineers of the American media.

On that note, something very interesting happened in Hollywood last week. Harvey Weinstein went on Piers Morgan Live and said to the world, "I have to choose movies that aren't violent or as violent as they used to be. The change starts here. I'm not going to make some crazy action movie just to blow up people and exploit people just for the sake of making it. I can't do it. " For a man who produced and distributed some of the most graphically violent films in history, this is a tectonic shift in Hollywood thinking. When I saw the interview I felt like I was watching a very sane Howard Beale out of a scene from the film Network.

Anita Bush wrote a touching follow up article for "Why Harvey Weinstein's Comments on Movie Violence Matter". Bush had a relative that was killed in Aurora, Colorado when a gunman shot up the movie theater with an AR-15 automatic gun, stealing the lives of 12 people and injuring 70 more. Coincidentally, in Free the Nipple the "inciting incident" for the main character's journey occurs as she witnesses the Aurora shooting unfolding on live TV. Bush's article also recounts one of President Obama's speeches at DreamWorks in 2013 where he said to entertainment executives, "'We got to make sure we are not glorifying it.' Violence in video games needs to be addressed. Which is about the only thing that leaders of the National Rifle Association agree with Obama on."

I don't know the deadly recipe of cultural factors that gives birth to so much gun violence in America. I do know the US possesses more guns per capita then any other developed country on earth. I know over 30,000 people die annually from guns in the US. That translates to three deaths every hour or nearly 90 gun fatalities every day in America. And the reason there's so much glorified violence in TV, films and video games is simple... violence is a mega-industry that brings in massive profits for the shareholders of the major film and TV studios.

Box office sales for the US and Canada reached $10.8 billion for 2013 and the two highest grossing films were Hunger Games: Catching fire and Iron Man 3. Global video game sales were over 67 billion dollars in 2012. And according to Caroline Knorr editor for Common Sense Media,"90% of movies, 68% of video games, and 60% of TV shows, show depictions of violence," When you eyeball the math, you don't have to be in Mensa to realize why PG-13 films have more violence in them today then R rated films. When in doubt, follow the money.

Now Weinstein is picking a public fight with the NRA with his film The Senator's Wife that digs under the fingernails of the NRA's legislative juggernaut -- who Weinstein blames for impeding any progress towards stricter gun control. With decades of relationships in Hollywood, it'd be surprising if Harvey's personal evolution doesn't influence studios and filmmakers to create less toxic images of violence. Who knows, maybe he'll inspire a movement to re-tool the MPAA to create a more balanced ratings system as his legacy.

Unlike the MPAA, European ratings boards in general are much harsher on violence then they are on nudity and sex. I love good actions films and even violent films. I even believe there is a place for showing the horrors of violence like police brutality, genocide or war crimes, if it is a means to ending the horror. However, I also believe there is room in America for "female nipples" on public beaches, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and even on network TV one day.

Mahatma Gandhi, who defeated the British Empire without firing a single bullet, used to say something to the effect of, "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, and then you win." Well they're fighting us. That's for sure. So according to Gandhi's theory we're close to winning. I do not envision a society where women walk the streets topless across the country. I just want cops to stop arresting women for breastfeeding or lying topless on a beach. I don't want any part of my body to be considered obscene or criminal, and I believe these censorship laws cause more serious problems then they solve.

With only two weeks left to raise enough funds to finish the film and launch a national campaign to free the "female nipple" in America, we are throwing a FREE THE NIPPLE event in Manhattan on Feb. 4th, 2014. We have teamed up with, WE ARE THE XX a 21st Century movement that celebrates content that captures feminism as expressed by both male and female Generation Y leaders. To learn more go to FREE THE NIPPLE and help end gender inequality in America.

Lastly, I'd like to reach out to Aaron Warrick who recently wrote an article about FREE THE NIPPLE that inspired my blog, Social Equality Movement Brought About By Free The Nipple. A lot of people who contact me think this is solely a woman's cause. It's not. So many men have supported us in the press and at very high levels with the campaign. This is not your 1960's feminism. This is not about burning bras or hating on men. This film and movement are simply about freedom. Maybe I've gone mad, but wasn't freedom the governing principal that America was founded on -- or have our legislators lost the plot?

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Allison Williams Hasn't Googled Herself in Four Years

Allison Williams Hasn't Googled Herself in Four Years

It's funny that Allison Williams stars on the quintessential show about twenty-something angst and quarter-life crises. Armed with Brooke Shields looks and a Yale diploma, this is one 25-year-old who couldn't have it more together

“Sorry, this is, like, the loudest place in the world,” Allison Williams apologizes, over the roar of German-engineered coffee roasters. The co-star of HBO’s Girls is a walking testament to the power of star quality, even in carefully blasé downtown Manhattan. At a tiny Nolita spot, a series of men do double and triple takes, performing Marx Brothers–level contortions to get a better glimpse. The waiter flirts, “What kind of interview is this? Should I get you a cocktail?” Williams either doesn’t notice the genuflecting or is practiced at ignoring it.

As Marnie, the most straight-and-narrow girl on Girls, Williams has gamely played against her looks, whether with awkward, contortive sex scenes or a painfully protracted performance of Kanye West’s “Stronger.” On a show that puts its cast through a spectrum of embarrassments, she endures some of the hardest pratfalls. “I think the pleasure in seeing Marnie taken down is that her character is so type A and so desperate to control the flow of life but can’t. It’s a lesson she never learns,” says creator Lena Dunham. As for how her co-star takes the knocks: “Allison couldn’t be more game—she’s like a Fear Factor contestant.”

Williams, of course, is the daughter of NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams. But she has said that her mother, Jane Stoddard Williams, host of the radio show Bloomberg EDU, “is the real brains of the operation. My dad would be the first to tell you that.” Growing up in New Canaan, Connecticut, she attended private girls’ school Greenwich Academy, then packed off to Yale. One night, after botching a tryout for, of all things, the on-campus production of the musical Urinetown, a friend took her to an improv show to cheer her up. She was hooked, eventually joining the campus troupe Just Add Water and later making a series of YouTube videos—of, for instance, Williams warbling Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok” like a ballad—that went viral and eventually got the attention of Girls producer Judd Apatow. (Jokes family friend Seth Meyers, “Those videos she was doing in college were slightly more professional than about half of the stuff we were doing at SNL.”)

At her Girls audition, she and Dunham were asked to improvise a fight. “A lot of the other actresses got into huge blowouts and stormed out of the room,” Williams says. “But because of my improv training, I was like, we have to resolve this conflict.” Dunham was impressed. “She came utterly prepared but also wasn’t afraid to play. She had a confidence and a wit that is rare. And she didn’t play to her beauty.”

Some question Dunham’s motives in regularly debasing Marnie. Is there something funnier—or more darkly satisfying—about watching the pretty girl make a fool of herself? Williams’ response, in essence: puh-lease. “The women that are killing it in comedy these days, some are gorgeous, some aren’t,” she says. “There’s that thing that makes people funny or not, and that, thank God, seems to be the most important currency.” (Williams’ own sense of humor is, according to co-star Zosia Mamet, “a little bit dark and slightly askew.” Dunham describes it as “surprisingly raunchy, despite the fact that she knows a lot of big words.”)

Still, while it’s possible to imagine Dunham having actually suffered some of her show’s humiliations, it’s hard to picture Williams jilted and working as a barista, the way Marnie is in this season’s opener. In real life, Williams has been involved for three years with digital superstar Ricky Van Veen—the type of nerdy-hot guy who sells the comedy site (CollegeHumor) he co-founded as a Wake Forest undergrad to Barry Diller’s IAC for a rumored $20 million. And don’t expect the overshares typical of her generation: Williams is sitting out the social-media revolution. She claims she hasn’t Googled herself in four years.

That would mean she’s missed out on some potshots about her noticeable shrinkage since Girls premiered—though it was noted on-screen, when Marnie’s mother (Rita Wilson) told her she had a big head and a tiny body, like a Macy’s parade float. “When we shot the pilot, I was fresh out of college,” Williams says, shrugging. “I don’t know anyone who looks like they did in college. I was still a little puffy, for lack of a better word. This is just my size, and it has been for four years, but because that was the pilot, that’s how everyone saw me.” For the record, she wouldn’t starve herself to suit a director. “If it’s for a role, absolutely, but if someone said, ‘You could lose a couple pounds,’ I would say, ‘Oh my God, go fuck yourself.’ ”

Perhaps it’s the logical result of growing up with a high-profile parent, but Williams seems uncannily aware of the image she’s crafting—starting with fashion, which she says “is a fun area to educate myself about, and I’m still learning, but it’s a pure extracurricular.” On the red carpet, she has skewed high-end American classic, often in Oscar de la Renta and Ralph Lauren—and that’s no accident. “I wanted to establish a baseline: Here’s what I look like, I have long brown hair, I wear this kind of dress, this is the deal. You can count on it!” The inspiration behind the theory is telling. “Look at Jennifer Aniston: She’s America’s sweetheart for a reason. You know what she’s going to look like when she shows up to something, and there’s something so comfortable about that.”

When we met, Williams was working with a dialect coach before an audition for a film set in seventeenth-century Holland. “I want to play a villain. I want to play a romantic heroine. I want to play someone who’s on heroin,” she says. “There’s nothing I don’t want to do. I want to play a guy at some point. I’ll gain 100 pounds, I’ll cut my hair off, I’ll do whatever. I’m not precious about any of it.” Meyers, for one, envisions her as a future rom-com queen. “You’d want her to play an incredibly intelligent person who thinks she’s smart enough to have her life figured out, but the minute the first thing goes wrong, she kind of falls to pieces,” he says. “That's what’s so great about Allison. She plays intelligence really well, but she also plays the frustration of not having been as smart as she thought she was.”

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Luisa Zissman's Lesbian Romp Too X-rated To Be Screened

Luisa Zissman's lesbian romp with Jasmine Waltz dubbed 'too saucy' for CBB

OUTRAGEOUS Luisa Zissman last night boasted how her sex games in the Celebrity Big Brother house were too X-rated to be screened.

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The ex-Apprentice star claimed her antics made this series the “most sexually adventurous” in its 15-year history.
But she revealed what fans did not see included her full-on lesbian romp with Jasmine Waltz, 31, and her vibrating sex toy made from a toothbrush.
The businesswoman also told how she performed a shocking act on showbiz veteran Lionel Blair, 82.
The self-confessed sex addict, 26, said: “I was wild but I have no regrets.”
Speaking about Jasmine, bisexual Luisa said: “We did a lot, lot, lot more. I was really attracted to her because she is wild and crazy. She fancied me too. We were like two crazy a******** bitches.
“She has a fantastic body and works out and I was all over her. I normally go for blondes with big boobs, but for Jas I was prepared to make an exception.

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“She didn’t care about the camera. Neither did I. We snogged a lot. Dappy was very excited by that.
“Then one night we nicked Ollie’s electric tooth-brush. It was vibrating and we played with it. We were running it all over our bodies for a thrill. I bet they didn’t show that.”
Single mum Luisa, from St Albans, Herts, is estranged from her husband Oliver with whom she has a three-year-old daughter.
She rose to fame in last year’s Apprentice where she finished runner-up.
Luisa told how the night TV bosses gave them the task to provide “adult entertainment” in a special room decked out like a lap-dance club she was in seventh heaven.
Heavily-edited clips from the show were aired and they prompted complaints from viewers to TV watchdog Ofcom. However, Luisa said: “They said we want you to be wild. That’s what they got. It was just crazy. We were all using the filthiest language.
“The boys were bending me over and humping me.

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“I guess the most shocking thing for even me was when Lionel Blair stuck his fingers through his flies and pretended they were his willy.
“He shouted: ‘Suck my d***,’ and I went down on him and sucked his fingers.
“In the end the producers couldn’t take it and actually told us: ‘This is Big Brother, will housemates tone it down.’”
The cupcake entrepreneur also enjoyed a close bond with rapper Dappy, 26, and the pair were often seen flirting and talking about their sexual frustrations. Luisa also got to see his now infamous large willy.
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She said: “I accidentally walked in on him in the loo and saw it and went: ‘Oh my God.’ And I can confirm what everyone suspects.”
One night Lee Ryan, 30, got in trouble when he drunkenly pulled down her top and exposed her breasts.
But Luisa said: “He didn’t do anything bad. I didn’t care but he got told off.” Luisa, who came fourth on the Channel 5 show, is adamant her antics will not ruin her career.
She said: “I will be back at work next week. Business is business and my personal life is my personal life.”
Asked if she had any dream projects for the future, she said: “I wouldn’t mind giving ITV’s Loose Women a go.”

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Kate Upton's Super Bowl Touchdown Dance: Vogue

Kate Upton and Tracy Morgan's Super Bowl Touchdown Dance—Vogue 

Tracy Morgan tries to show Kate Upton a thing or two about a proper Super Bowl touchdown dance during some downtime on their "We've Got Game" Mario Testino photo shoot for Vogue's February edition.

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Michelle Lukes: "The Lost Legion" Trailer & Info

I could use your sleuthing skills if you've got the time. I recently found a trailer for a movie called The Lost Legion on Youtube. Michelle Lukes is in it and it looks like she may have a nude scene in the movie. I can't find any information on the film however. It doesn't appear to have an IMDB page and a google search didn't turn up anything. I'm a massive fan of Michelle Lukes so I hope this movie isn't going to be buried somewhere for years.

This is all I can muster right now. The Lost Legion is primarily a Czech production. Initially a TV-pilot. They now planning to market it as a feature length movie. Guessing most of the nudity is courtesy of the local Czech girls. There is a brunette with striking resemblance to Michelle and she's the one disrobing? Michelle's sex scene seems to be covered with the usual cam-angles, elbows and bodies pressed close.

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model Megan Irwin: Baps From Oz

20-years old Aussie model Megan Irwin @ Megan Blake-Irwin

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MEGAN IRWIN: model interview

Posted on: 2013/03/29

Megan Irwin: " I believe in clean healthy eating, drinking water and the benefits from goji berries, chia seeds and coconut oil."
ph. Mitch Mclennen
@Pride Models
@IMG Australia
@Giant Management Melbourne

Q: You've been tagged by local media as the `next big thing' . How does it feel?
MEGAN IRWIN: I’m so flattered! It’s all so surreal to me.
Q: You were cast in the coveted David Jones Autumn Winter 13 launch show recently - were you nervous?
MEGAN IRWIN:  I think a little nerves are always good and healthy but I was more excited than anything :)
Q: You also personally met VS super, Miranda Kerr backstage - what was she like? 
MEGAN IRWIN:  She was lovely, It was so great getting to meet her.
Q: Be honest, did you practice your walk knowing you'd be strutting the same runway as Kerr? 
MEGAN IRWIN:  Haha… No I didn’t, it honestly didn’t enter my mind that she would even be there.  
Q: Your skin is flawless, not to mention your fabulous thick locks - spill your beauty secrets?
MEGAN IRWIN:  Thank you :) I believe in clean healthy eating, drinking 2-3 litres of water a day and the benefits from goji berries, chai seeds and coconut oil. 
Also I never sleep with makeup on! 
As I am always having my hair done, on my days off I always leave my hair natural- that means no blow dry, no straighter just a little Moroccan oil.
Q: Do you remember your first shoot? 
MEGAN IRWIN:  It was a really fun day! My mum and sister were there with me which made me feel really comfortable. I remember being quite nervous and really excited at the same time.
Q: How did you start modelling?
MEGAN IRWIN: I didn’t really “start” I kind of just fell into it and I’ve never looked back :)
Q: Your mum is gorgeous, has anyone from your family ever modeled?
MEGAN IRWIN: Mum did some modelling back in her hay-day. My sister was a model, it used to be so much fun when we got to work together but now she puts all her time and energy into her fashion label KIRSTY IRWIN.
ph. Mitch Mclennen
Q: Despite being a `fresh face' to the industry, you already have a Fashion Spot thread - how does it feel to already be known internationally without barely stepping outside Australia?
MEGAN IRWIN:  After only a few stints overseas already, I can’t believe the overwhelming response internationally.

Q: Are you friends with any other Australian models?
MEGAN IRWIN:  I have worked with many beautiful Aussie girls that I have formed great friendships with.
Q: Who is your favourite Australian model/why?
MEGAN IRWIN:  It’s so hard to choose a favourite, there are so many amazingly talented Australian models. 
I really look up to Elle Macpherson and Miranda Kerr... and not to mention I think Bambi’s a massive babe!
ph. Mitch Mclennen
Q: You have the most incredible lips...I bet you are told this alot... what celebrity have you been told you look like?

MEGAN IRWIN:  Oh thank you so much! Sadly I am yet to have found my doppelganger… Do you have one for me? 
Q: You'll know you've hit the big time when...
MEGAN IRWIN:  You’ve graced the covers of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
Q: If you could work with any brand, who would it be? 
MEGAN IRWIN:  Any?.. Any in the world?... Defiantly Chanel!
Q: What's your typical casting outfit?
MEGAN IRWIN:  I love to wear comfortable staples, something that shows your figure and your personality. Comfort is key!
Q: MBFWA is just around the corner, who do you hope to walk for?
MEGAN IRWIN:  I am very excited to be a part of MBFWA. Romance Was Born would definitely be one on the top of my list.
Q: How do you keep fit?
MEGAN IRWIN:  Walking around to castings keeps you pretty fit. Always keeping active is important.
Q: What's your favourite food? and indulgence?

MEGAN IRWIN:  I love Japanese food!! My indulgence would be dark chocolate and ice-cream.

Q: Do you live by the Miranda Kerr 80/20 rule?
MEGAN IRWIN:  80/20?.. Oh, I just googled it… I get it now.
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Q: Fave shoes?
MEGAN IRWIN:  Boots and converse
Q: Jeans?MEGAN IRWIN:  Black skinny legs.
Q: Perfume?MEGAN IRWIN:  Lancome La Vie Est Belle and Tom Ford.
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This weeks Model Board is Australian beauty Megan. With her sexy yet cute looks she also has personality to boot. This girl is a fire cracker!
Name: Megan Irwin
Agency: IMG
Height: 173
Shoe: 39
Age: 20
Hometown:Adelaide, South Australia/p>
When you started modelling: 14
How did you get started?I was scouted by my mother agent
In your eyes who is the most iconic person in the fashion industry?Brigitte Bardot
What excites you more, runway or editorial?Editorial mostly, but when you’re on the runway you get a feeling like nothing else.. it’s pretty special.
What designer would you love to work with?Alexander Wang
If you were the face of a campaign which campaign would that be?Balenciaga
If you weren’t modelling, what would you be doing now?Uni
What makes you angry?When there are hardly any blue M-and-Ms in the packet.
What is your favourite colour of hat?Black.. even though it’s not a colour.
If you were an animal what would you be?Snow Tiger
What would be your dream job?I am doing it :)
What was the last song you listened?Nirvana - lithium
What was the last movie you went to see?I can’t remember the last time I went to the cinema but Transpotting was the last movie I watched.
If you were a drink what would you be?Cognac Summit Cocktail
Photography Luc Coiffait 
Words Lindsay Robertson

South Australians to watch in 2014

IRWIN looks to be the next Aussie supermodel. The blonde, green-eyed beauty, who is signed with Adelaide agency Pride Models, has starred in a Burnside Village television ad and walked for David Jones in Sydney. She also has three Forever New campaigns - including a particularly memorable one for the fashion chain's Botanica collection. 'I was shooting in a beautiful garden and I had lots of bees surrounding me and I'm allergic ... but we kept shooting and I didn't get stung thankfully." In demand in Japan, Irwin is being tipped for international exposure in 2014.

Models to Watch in 2014

Megan Irwin

Hailing from Australia’s secret city of models, this blonde haired big-lipped Adelaidean has a strong international reputation despite only having done a quick stint overseas last year. Quickly snapped up by IMG’s new Australian office soon after its creation last year, Miss Irwin in only a couple years of modeling has landed her own national campaign for Forever New, and walked alongside Miranda Kerr for David Jones in the A/W 13 shows. Not only is she gorgeous, she’s pretty damn cool too. You only need to follow her on Instagram to start wishing she was your best friend… She scores Bonus points for having the coolest older sister in Kirsty Irwin. Everything’s coming up Megan in 2014!

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