Natalie Dormer feels 'Game of Thrones' should ramp up more male nudity
Natalie Dormer has recently expressed that there needs to be more full-frontal male nudity in the show 'Game of Thrones'
Washington: Natalie Dormer has recently expressed that there needs to be more full-frontal male nudity in the show 'Game of Thrones.'
The 32-year-old feels that during the first season Alfie (Allen), Richard (Madden), and several of the men got naked although not all the way but the show has been better than the average show with the equality, so they could definitely ramp it up, E! Online reported.
Dormer, who has herself stripped down on the show, also admitted that there was one scene she wasn't fine about filming. In the recent season 4, Dormer's character sneaks into the bedroom of her betroved, the 12-year-old King Tommen Baratheon, played by Dean- Charles Chapman, who is now 17.
She chats with him while sitting on his bed. Nothing sexual happens, but the innuendo is there, and she urges him to keep their meeting a secret.
Dormer told The Daily Beast the scene was "altered" after she told the executive producers that she was "not comfortable doing this." George R.R. Martin wrote a particular plot line, so on the specifics of Margaery and Tommen getting married, there's nothing she can do, so on the show, they had to find a way to navigate that in a sensitive way, although there's more of it next season too, and they're trying to handle it with intelligence and integrity, she further added.