in the movie, "The Gift". A clear closeup of a ladies gold or goldtone Omega.
If you're thinking of the brief semi-nude scenes, relax; it was probably a "body double". ;DTakesALickin said:I got distracted by Katie Holmes' scenes in that movie, and frankly, haven't been able to think of much else since then... )
We must have viewed different versions of the movie. I watched it on DVD, and the nude scenes were brief enough that they would have been missed if the viewer had blinked. (BTW, noticed Ms. Holmes kept her maiden/stage name, not adding Tommy's.)TakesALickin said:Well, if I was Tom Cruise, I'd want to meet that body double. Yowza! (Heck, I want to meet the body double!)
I would say yes and yes. Actors are paid to act; details such as props, scenery, wardrobe, etc. are not their concern unless it affects their "image". (Probably good examples of actors having to work in "unusual" costume would be those in the movie, Avatar.) JMHO. ;DTime said:what if no watch company pays anything. What do the actors wear, their own watches or just any watch given to them?