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Celebrities just love living in the spotlight, and some of them have had no problem baring it all for their fans. Check out RadarOnline.com's gallery of 20 sexy stars who have done full frontal nudity for a film.
Don't blink! Ben Affleck's little friend made quite a quick appearance during a shower scene in Gone Girl.
Angelina Jolie revealed another side of herself when she portrayed the supermodel Gia Carangi in the 1998 HBO biopic Gia.
Back in 1980, Richard Gere was on the nude forefront and aroused moviegoers' interest when he did a full frontal nude scene in American Gigolo.
Sharon Stone's infamous flashing scene in Basic Instinct earned her — and her private parts — a place in movie history.
Christian Bale expertly wielded a chainsaw and his private member in the role of Patrick Bateman for American Psycho.
Nicole Kidman had wide-eyed fans' in shock when she appeared naked in Eyes Wide Shut with her then-husband, Tom Cruise.
Actress Heather Graham flashed a whole lot of flesh as Brandi in the 1997 hit Boogie Nights, a movie centered on the ‘70s porn seen in L.A.
Gilles Marini earned a top spot in the full frontal pecker pecking order when he shot a shower scene for Sex and the City completely in the buff.
Model Elle Macpherson proudly showed off her assets when she appeared in the buff in the 1994 movie Sirens.
Halle Berry's body of work includes her Oscar-winning turn, which included a nude sex scene, in Monsters Ball.
Holy Smoke, Indeed! Kate Winslet didn't have to rely on smoke and mirrors when she bared her body in Holy Smoke.
Pies, superglue, pot lids. American Pie actor Jason Bigg's little man has a lot of acting under his belt.
Remember when Jason Segel tooled around in a scene opposite Kristin Bell in Forgetting Sarah Marshall?
A lot of viewers had to hit the showers after seeing Kevin Bacon bare all during a steamy scene in 1998's Wild Things.
Ewan McGregor's filmography is a full frontal feast! The actor has shown his softer side in everything from Trainspotting and The Pillow Book to Velvet Goldmine and Young Adam.
Michael Fassbender had quite a few people feeling guilty for pausing, rewinding and re-playing his scene stealing full frontal moment in Shame back in 2011.