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Eva Mendes Will Do – and Bare – Almost Anything for Acting

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Some actresses may use body doubles for steamy scenes, but that’s something Eva Mendes doesn’t want to rely on. “I’ve never had a problem with nudity, but I don’t put it out there without a reason,” the 36-year-old tells W magazine in its July issue. “I’m not an exhibitionist. But, honestly, for my art I’ll do anything almost. I’ll go there.” In fact, Mendes says she was the one who suggested to Training Day director Antoine Fuqua that she should bare all in one of the movie’s first scenes – even though the script didn’t call for it. “I know I walk a fine line between being a respected actor and being what they call a sex symbol,” says the star, who also showed plenty of skin in her steamy Calvin Klein ads in 2008 and 2009.

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Eva Mendes: ‘I’ve never had a problem with nudity’

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Eva Mendes is spilling out of her dress on the cover of the July issue of W, on newsstands June 22. But it’s no big deal for the actress. She has posed nude for Maxim and stirred up a controversy with her bare nipple in a 2008 TV ad for Calvin Klein perfume. “I’ve never had a problem with nudity,” she says in the W story, “but I don’t put it out there without a reason. I’m not an exhibitionist. But, honestly, for my art I’ll do anything, almost. I’ll go there.” When asked whether nudity makes her feel objectified, she says, “I know I walk a fine line between being a respected actor and being what they call a sex symbol. It’s a hard one to walk if you want to be known as a real, credible actor. But I’ve never felt objectified. Nothing you see me do is an accident. . . . I’m incredibly calculated when it comes to my career.”

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Eva Mendes relished comedy role

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Eva Mendes was quick to sign up to star in upcoming movie “The Other Guys,” because she wanted audiences to see her play a comic role. The actress, who plays Will Ferrell’s wife in the film, loved working with the funny man – and she hopes cinemagoers will see her natural flare for comedy. She tells W magazine, “It’s very hard for me to be seen as funny, and the truth is, that’s where I’m most comfortable. These are the two comments I get from people when they meet me, ‘You seem a lot taller on film,’ and ‘You’re funny.’ If people hang out with me, they see I’m a ham. She goes on to describe her experience in the role. She says, “It was completely liberating. Never have I had so much fun with a character and felt so natural at it. Had I done this movie three years ago, I wouldn’t have had the confidence to throw it back at Will, and now, if anything, I was overly confident. I didn’t know when to stop!”

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"Burn Notice": Season Premiere

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Burn Notice" was new last night. It was also improved. In a much-welcome (and much-needed) game-changing plot twist, Michael discovered he'd been kidnapped by the very agency who had burned him all those seasons ago. The good news for us? The agency contact is played by Robert Wisdom of "The Wire." The good news for Michael? The agency wants to hire him to nail the people who helped the evil Simon escape during last season's cliffhanging finale. Does this mean he isn't actually burned anymore? Probably not. But it does mean that Michael is getting a little closure in his life, which probably explained why he ended the episode crying in his Mom's arms. A vulnerable Jeffrey Donovan and a warm-and-squishy Sharon Gless! Very fine stuff. Also very fine was the reunion between Michael, Fiona and Sam, a reunion that was put on hold because Michael was immediately recruited for their latest job, which as usual involved protecting a threatened rube and forcing Fiona to infiltrate a bar. She also had to escape through an air vent, and watching Fiona shimmy through an opening the size of a dog door was almost as much fun as watching Fiona lock and load her latest weapon.

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'Burn Notice': New season, new handler

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In the fourth season premiere of "Burn Notice," Michael doesn't learn much about the people who burned him or the people who are holding him, except that they're the same people. He does, however, get a new handler, a fellow named Vaughn who doesn't seem like a complete nutbar. In fact, he convinces Michael that they're on the same side, up against whoever it was who paid to have Simon sprung from the clink and turned loose on an unsuspecting populace. Also sprung from the clink: Michael himself, who doesn't even have time to kick his shoes off before he finds himself joining in on Sam and Fi's Job Of The Week, already in progress. It seems some chivalrous lawyer offended a biker gang, and now he's marked for death. With Barry's help, Michael and the gang fake a bunch of financial records showing that their client is mixed up with the gang; enough so that if he dies, the gang goes down, too, in a federal investigation. The biker boss has to quell a minor mutiny within his ranks to call off the hit, but of course Michael and the team are there to help with that, too.

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'Burn Notice': The Scorcher Has Returned

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Michael Westen is in trouble again. What else is new? Well, another season of Burn Notice is new. But Michael Westen's problems are just the same. Last season, we found out that the mysterious group Management is behind Michael Westen's (Jeffrey Donovan) banishment from the CIA and therefore trapping him in Miami. But in Thursday's Season 4 opener "Friends and Enemies," we find out that another super organization that's in charge of Management are really the ones behind Michael's burn notice. They were also the group who kidnapped Michael at the end of last season. Eventually, Michael and Vaughn, presumably the leader of this new group, partner up to deal with Simon, the psycho ex-operative who wants to destroy Management, and Simon's connection with an international war of profits. This seems like a turning point for Michael's character as he begins to turn even more bitter about his burn notice. But there's the chance that Michael could get his old job back, cancelling the burn notice. Isn't that what Michael wants after all? And while the major plot was compelling enough, the minor plot in Thursday's episode was more interesting,

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