Mr. Skin Celebrates Boobies

Let’s face it: you love nudity. You might act like you’re above drooling and ogling over curvaceous starlets, but you pine after it like it’s your job. From Phoebe Cates in Fast Times At Ridgemont High to Kathy Bates in About Schmidt, actresses have a long and storied history of stripping in the name of “character development.” Thankfully for you, the reader at home, Mr. Skin also has a long and storied history of repeatedly viewing these busty scenes.

Every year, the internet exploitation king puts out a list celebrating the enchanting vixens that flashed their way into movie lore. Last spring, Anne Hathaway’s curvy performance in the straight to DVD gem, Havoc, topped the well-researched chart. Now, it’s Salma Hayek’s turn. The buxom brunette has been honored, by Mr. Skin, as this year’s best nude endeavor. Chances are you didn’t see the 2006 period piece, Ask The Dust, but you probably downloaded the erotic feed. It’s OK; I won’t tell your wife.

Rounding out the top three were Gretchen Mol in The Notorious Betty Page and Brittany Daniel in Rampage: The Hillside Strangler Murders. You may remember Daniel from her scintillating performance in Joe Dirt. She, along with Kid Rock, provided the white trash eye candy. So hick-alicious. YIf you don't have a problem with nudity, you can check out the entire catalog over at

Showing a little skin can be a great way for actresses to revive fledgling careers. Just ask Neve Cambell. Her titillating turn in When Will I Be Loved certainly did wonders.

Mack Rawden
Editor In Chief

Mack Rawden is the Editor-In-Chief of CinemaBlend. He first started working at the publication as a writer back in 2007 and has held various jobs at the site in the time since including Managing Editor, Pop Culture Editor and Staff Writer. He now splits his time between working on CinemaBlend’s user experience, helping to plan the site’s editorial direction and writing passionate articles about niche entertainment topics he’s into. He graduated from Indiana University with a degree in English (go Hoosiers!) and has been interviewed and quoted in a variety of publications including Digiday. Enthusiastic about Clue, case-of-the-week mysteries, a great wrestling promo and cookies at Disney World. Less enthusiastic about the pricing structure of cable, loud noises and Tuesdays.