Jane Adams Criticizes Outrage on Lily-Rose Depp's Nudity in 'The Idol' Why Is Nudity Bad?


Jane Adams criticizes the 'outrage' over Lily-Rose Depp's nude sequences on 'The Idol

The Weeknd, Lily-Rose Depp, and director Sam Levinson proudly unveiled the show labeled "torture porn" by Rolling Stone, a claim which the actors deny.

 The press was ultimately able to view the first two episodes of the scandalous series, and early reviews focused on similar themes, namely Depp's nakedness.

Variety's headline read, "The Weeknd and Sam Levinson's The Idol, Starring Lily-Rose Depp, Plays Like a Sordid Male Fantasy."

When asked how she felt nudity was handled on set and in the script, Adams responded, "With Lily-Rose, I would say, why would nudity be a negative thing? What are people discussing? I don't comprehend.

 I don't even believe that mindset is real. This outrage and pearl grasping regarding a gorgeous nude actress strikes me as completely fabricated. When did that become unacceptable?"

Adams added, "I wish I had done more of it when I was younger. I have appeared in films where I ran around half-naked. I don't care. I don't get it, do you know? "It's film, for crying out loud!"

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