A number of the nudity-containing moments named in the "Family Guy" creator's song were actually parts of rape scenes, as Salon pointed out , and MacFarlane even went so far as to bring up the fact that many people had seen actress Scarlett Johansson's breasts in a photo that was stolen from her and posted online against her will. And a number of observers lamented the fact that he chose to focus only on women who had chosen to expose themselves on screen, arguing that it would have been less offensive if he had also listed men who had gone full-frontal for movie roles. Well it appears that Gisi has filled that void with a parody video called "We Saw Your Junk" that follows the tune and formula of "We Saw Your Boobs," except with a list of famous men who have gone nude on film rather than women. He proceeds to list actors who have exposed their genitals on film and the movies in which they did so.
By Ekin Karasin For Mailonline. She seduces French actress Sofia Boutella in an intense same-sex love scene in the spy thriller Atomic Blonde. And Charlize Theron sets pulses racing once again with her onscreen antics, as she strips off for a steamy sex scene on new sci-fi show The Orville. The South African beauty, 42, slips under the sheets with shirtless comedian Seth McFarlane during her raunchy guest-starring stint. She seduces him by first flirting and then kissing him before they fall into bed. But Pria is not all that she seems - she's not really a mining ship captain but instead is a ruthless dealer of artifacts from the 29th century who wants his ship the Orville to sell in the future. Saucy: She seduces him by first flirting and then kissing him before they fall into bed.
James Franco and Seth Rogen have far more sexual chemistry on a motorcycle than Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will ever have; Family Guy mourned a loss last night; The Beastie Boys are going to fight for their right to not have their music used in commercials; and the sad Brittany Murphy saga carries on, as her mother releases an open letter today. Breakdowns is a daily roundup of all the news that wasn't interesting enough to deserve two paragraphs. Family Guy killed Brian? Someone on Gawker mentioned something about a death of a dog in last night's episode, but it didn't even occur to me that it could be Brian. He's a much a pivotal character as Peter!