Los Angeles: Actress Zoe Saldana says she was always asked by her male co-stars on the sets of 'Star Trek' to cover up because of her exposing costumes.
Zoe Saldana. Pic/Santa Banta
Saldana, 36, recalled asking the films' designer Michael Kaplan for help as her co-stars kept reminding her that she was flashing, reported E! Online.
"I kept being reminded by all my male cast members that I was flashing. I would sit down and it would be like, 'Oh, Zoe, cross those legs.' And I would say, 'They are crossed.' (They would say), 'Well, then put something over that because I'm just seeing everything'," Saldana said.
"I just remember always being exposed no matter how hard I would try. I would tell Michael that we had to work on this and (he would say), 'But it looks so cute.'"
Saldana has worked in 'Star Trek' (2009) and its sequel 'Star Trek Into Darkness' (2013).
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