Posts tagged "lars von trier"

There’s Full-On Vagina In The Official “Nymphomaniac” Trailer (NSFW)

You’d better watch the full-length trailer for Lars von Trier’s “Nymph()maniac” before YouTube realizes that there’s a fully exposed, bare vagina and pulls it. You can freeze frame and screen shot it for posterity. You won’t see Shia LaBeouf going down on anyone, but you will see some semen, full-frontal nudity and lot of sex.

Ami Angelowicz / November 22, 2013

YouTube Pulls “Nymphomaniac” Trailer — Featuring Shia LaBeouf Giving Oral — For Violating Rules On Sex

YouTube yanked an explicit trailer for Lars Von Triers’ latest film, “Nymphomaniac,” in which Shia LaBeouf (or, er, his body double) performs oral sex on an actress, citing an abuse of the site’s rules on sexual content. The very NSFW trailer, called “Little Organ School,” has got actress Stacy Martin getting eaten out by LaBeouf and…

Jessica Wakeman / November 4, 2013

Watch Shia LaBeouf Give Oral Sex In This “Nymphomaniac” Clip (NSFW)

We’ve heard titters about Shia LaBeouf’s “real sex” scenes in the new Lars Von Trier film “Nymph()manic.” Well, here they are in the very NSFW teaser for the film  There are also some choir organs and baby cheetahs thrown in there as well, just to keep you guessing. As far as it all being “real”…

Ami Angelowicz / November 1, 2013

Shia LeBeouf And Charlotte Gainsbourg Give O Face In The “Nymphomanic” Posters

The new character posters for Lars Von Triers’ film “Nymphomanic” feature all the cast members naked, in various stages of orgasm. I never wanted to see Shia this way, but, all things considered, it could have been way worse. However, I won’t let my distaste for LeBeouf keep me from seeing the film, in which…

Ami Angelowicz / October 10, 2013

Skip This Flick: Lars Von Trier’s “Antichrist”

If you’re mid-breakfast, you might want to skip this post. One of the films that debuted at this week’s Cannes Film Festival is “Antichrist,” the latest from director Lars Von Trier. Since the screening yesterday, everyone has been talking about how the movie crosses the line of what’s appropriate for “mainstream” cinema. Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / May 21, 2009