A colleague has heard that actors get paid more if they appear in the nude
during the last third of a film.  This sounds implausible to me, but one
never knows.

     . . . how could that possiby be given that movies are filmed
     out of sequence? . . . a character could easily bare it all in the
     first part of the original studio cut and then save the skin for
     the grand climax [as it were] in the later director's cut . . . does
     this mean that after the fact the director owes the performer
     a little extra? . . .

     . . . sure sounds like urban legend to me

     mike frank

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