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The Best Nude Scenes Of The Past Ten Years (NSFW)

The past cinematic decade has been pretty naked, if we must say. Blame having to compete with the Internet and cable television for the increasing proclivity to nudity among many mainstream actors and actresses. That, and perverted screenwriters who could write a steamy shower scene into a movie about Abraham Lincoln.

Thanks to sites like Mr. Skin, who save every nude scene for posterity, you don't have to sit through countless boring period-pieces or a romantic comedy to see the goods. Google is also your friend, because as the Internet rules go, if someone is naked, it will be online somewhere. Maybe even your own mother. It's true, I just checked.

Now these aren't all sex scenes, because we have covered all those before, these are just the best nude scenes of the best decade from late 2000 to now. It took us a while, and a few fines and stretches in jail, to comprehend that nudity doesn't equal sex. Anyone who had a hatchback or pick-up truck in high school should know that all too well.

We even included some hot peen action, because why should it only be women in this list? Who are your favorite nude stars?

Angelina Jolie Wanted

Marisa Tomei The Wrestler

Christina Ricci Black Snake Moan

Mark Ruffalo The Kids Are Alright

Jessica Biel Powder Blue

Diane Keaton Somethings Gotta Give

Christian Bale American Psycho

Kathy Bates About Schmidt

Anna Faris The House Bunny

Halle Berry Swordfish

Viggo Mortensen Eastern Promises

Random Naked Man Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

Katie Holmes The Gift

Anne Hathaway Love & Other Drugs

Jason Segel Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Jennifer Aniston The Break-Up

Carla Gugino Sin City

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