You probably already know by now that Kristen Stewart is seen wearing nothing in many scenes from her upcoming film On The Road. We've seen the titillating scenes in bed, we've seen the racy scenes at the party and we've seen the raunchy scenes in the car.
But in the latest stills leaked from the film, Kristen Stewart is not only topless, involved in threesomes but is also seen COMPLETELY in the buff!
Stewart, who recently brushed off going nude as “not a big deal,” seemed to be completely comfortable in the buff in the newly released racy stills from her upcoming film On The Road.
In the very risque scene of the Jack Kerouac novel’s movie adaptation, the 22-year-old actress is seen lying on a bed with her bare breasts and bottom exposed, the Daily Mail reported.
The Twilight star also has a sexy smile plastered on her face with a seductive look in her eyes.
Stewart, who plays Marylou in the movie, was earlier seen in a topless scene for the same movie with Garrett Hedlund and English actor Sam Riley.
Topless scenes no big deal: Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart, who strips down while sitting in a car while playing Marylou in Jack Kerouac’s adaptation of On the Road, has brushed off the task as “not a big deal”. The 22-year-old strips down while sitting next to Garrett Hedlund and English actor Sam Riley. Not only does the Twilight star strip down for the role of a 16-year-old bride, but simulates a certain sexual act with the two men with her hands in the car.
But the star said the racy scenes came quite naturally.
WATCH: Kristen Stewart in On The Road trailer
Months after the international trailer for On the Road, a U.S. teaser has been released and it reveals more than the earlier one despite being shorter. The trailer, in fact, is so fast that it's hard to keep pace.
And yes, Kristen Stewart IS seen without clothes in many scenes, among other racy stuff. Threesomes included. WATCH TRAILER
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The novel, On The Road, written by the American writer Jack Kerouac, was chosen by Time magazine as one of the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005.
The novel is slated to be a benchmark and a defining work of the postwar Beat Generation that was inspired by jazz, poetry, and drug experiences.
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