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Olivia Wilde discusses Italian nude scenes at the presser for Third Person

Olivia Wilde discusses Italian nude scenes at the presser for Third Person
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Some celebrities are just itching to share. At yesterday’s presser for Third Person, Paul Haggis’s multi-story love flick set in New York, Rome and Paris, the stacked ensemble cast was looser lipped than most. On shooting in Rome, Olivia Wilde dished on the difference between Italian and American film crews (Italians are more timid), particularly with respect to nude scenes (“There, they bring you a plate of pizza. Here, they’re like, ‘Would you like a grape? Maybe not.’”) Her co-star, Liam Neeson (a.k.a. TIFF’s Grumpiest Man) was less enamored with the Italian capital—he could only reminisce about the dreadful paparazzi. The 61-year-old seemed bemused by his action-star status, but admitted that the payout is too good to turn down. Not to be outdone, Mila Kunis piped up to share her Hebrew language skills, which were limited to the phrase “I want ice cream”—possibly the cutest thing we heard all day.

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