Did Jessica Alba Request A Body Double For SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR?
Jessica Alba, she's the typical girl-next-door... if you happen to live next to the Playboy Mansion. Even though Jessica is one of the most beautiful women in the world, a source claims the actress is going through great lengths to reprise her role as the stripper Nancy Callahan.
Jessica Alba captivated audiences with her scintillating costumes and her sultry gyrations for the role of Nancy Callahan in Robert Rodriguez's 2005 hit, Sin City. It's been seven long years since she played the stripper with a heart of gold, and during that time the 31 year-old has become a mother of two.
A source has revealed to Life and Style magazine that Jessica doesn't feel confident enough with her body this time around and would like a body double for the more risque scenes:
“She was crushed when filming began and she didn’t have her original body back so she told producers she wanted a body double. Her body is incredible, but it’s not good enough. She’s cut out cards and does the P90X Ab Ripper twice a day, but she still isn’t happy.”
"She has been chain smoking lately to keep her appetite at bay. Jessica struggled with an eating disorder in her teens and when she is under pressure to look good for a part, she can slip back into extreme behavior."
SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR was developed by Frank Miller based upon his graphic novel, with a screenplay by Frank Miller and Academy Award winner William Monahan (The Departed). Rosario Dawson and Jessica Alba are already confirmed to return. The film will open nationwide on October 4, 2013.
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