-According to one of Mr. Skin's scouts at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Laura Prepon does her first nude scene, going topless in the film "Lay the Favorite".

Based on Beth Raymer's memoir about her adventures as a bookie, Lay the Favorite stars Rebecca Hall as a down-on-her-luck stripper who gets skinvolved in a gambling ring after relocating to Vegas. But Rebecca never actually bares her moneymakers, so our favorite lay is still Laura and Love and Other Drugs (2010) co-star Jo Newman, who both bare boobage sunbathing topless at the eight-minute mark.


-According to a couple of reviews, Helen Hunt does full frontal nudity in "The Surrogate".

"Researching an article on sex surrogates for the disabled, he decides to hire one to lose his virginity at the age of 38. Hunt (who goes full frontal) is absolutely perfect as the compassionate surrogate. William H. Macy is hilarious as the priest who the very Catholic -- and wryly funny -- O'Brien turns to for his blessing on his belated quest to fully experience manhood".


-The movie Compliance is based on the true story of the female Mcdonald's employee who was pressured to strip naked after her boss recieved a call from a prankster pretending to be a cop. The actress being forced to strip, Dreama Walker, is according to the below review, forced to completely naked during these scenes. Walker will have a regular role in the upcoming ABC sitcom, "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment C".


-Finaly, a Chilean film, "Young and Wild", starring Alicia Rodriguez, has a lot of explicit scenes.

This film is full of sex, either actual pornography or (seemingly) actual sex, but I never felt for a moment that “Young & Wild” was gratuitous. It was definitely explicit but never gratuitous.