Bee stings represent! Proud itty-bitty titty committee member Keira Knightley has dropped her top and gotten drenched for the latest issue of Interview, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. Looking at the technically NSFW, uncensored photo (after the jump), I’m reminded of just how silly it is that women’s nipples are sexualized, while men’s nipples are not. I say this even as I have censored Keira’s nips on the homepage, because again, lady nipples = SUPER SEXUAL PORN. But it’s so dumb. If you’re a small-busted woman like Keira, your chest really isn’t any different looking from the average dude’s. That’s not an insult, that’s just a fact. I’m not taking up #FreeTheNipple as my cause of choice or anything, but seriously, nipples — who cares? [Interview] Keep reading »
“It’s obviously the greatest movie ever made.”
I adore “Love Actually,” and I will never understand why it’s attracted such a legion of haters, but I think Keira Knightley is going a bit too far in saying it’s best movie ever. In an interview with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” interviewers mentioned film critics’ long-lasting conundrum over whether the rom com was a blessing or a curse to Hollywood, and Knightley insisted “Love Actually” should be shown on cable more often than it already is. I’m really hoping she was joking. Keira, there are so many quality movies out there that don’t involve Hugh Grant dancing and creepy doorstep love confessions! Maybe her new film “Begin Again” will even be a contender, if only for scenes of her with wonderful Mark Ruffalo and all that summery footage of New York City. [TIME]
“I think it’s great that the discussions are finally being allowed to be had [about feminism], as opposed to anybody mentioning feminism and everybody going, ‘Oh, fucking shut up.’ Somehow, it [feminism] became a dirty word. I thought it was really weird for a long time, and I think it’s great that we’re coming out of that.”
I heartily agree, Keira Knightley! The actress talked to Harper’s Bazaar UK about, amongst other things, her feelings on feminism and her relief that feminist discussions have become more frequent and open. Check out the full interview at the link! [Harpers Bazaar UK]
Who said wearing your wedding dress had to be a one-off deal? Not Keira Knightley, that’s for sure. The actress, who wed musician James Righton this past May (center), rocked her repurposed wedding dress at an event in London last night (left). Worn over some sort of long-sleeved mesh garment, the Chanel frock looked pretty perfect on the blue carpet, but this isn’t the first time Knightley has sported the look off the altar — she actually first inaugurated the tulle number back in 2008, when she wore it with black tights to a BAFTA awards dinner (right). Five years ago, her wedding, and today … it’s safe to say Keira really, really loves this dress. [Photo Credit: WENN]
Keira Knightley is a married woman now! On Saturday, May 4, the star wed boyfriend and Klaxons keyboardist James Righton. A source tells Us Weekly that it was a very moving ceremony and that Keira cried tears or joy as they exchanged their vows. Well, she certainly had more than one reason to be happy. She pulled off something most stars are incapable of doing.
She had a small, lovely, low-key wedding. The couple, who got engaged last May, said ‘I do’ in front of a small group of guests at a town hall in Mazan, France. With so many lavish, star-studded nuptials, her quiet ceremony comes as a refreshing surprise. Most celebrities get hitched in lavish, six-figure fetes that are just too over-the-top to believe. Read more on The Stir…